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After The Treatment

What To Do After The Treatment?

After the treatment is over, you can walk out of the clinic and continue with the rest of your day as you otherwise would have. There will normally only be light swelling which typically go away in about 15 minutes.

Similarly to what we advised you not to do before the treatments, you should also avoid painkillers, medications, alcohol, etc. for about 2 days after the treatment, whether you get Botox or dermal fillers. The reason for this is that these elements can cause bruising and also interfere with the intended effect of the injections.

We recommend that you are careful with touching the areas where the injections were administered. Particularly, we urge you to avoid rubbing or massaging the treated area.

It is also our advice to avoid facials, chemical peels, microdermabrasions, etc. This can make the injection spread to areas where it was not intended.

For the next two days, we also recommend that you avoid strenuous physical activity, as this can make make the injections shift or move to areas where treatment was not intended.

We also recommend that you don’t wear tight caps or hats in the area that was treated. This could also potentially move the Botox away from the intended areas.

In addition, we urge you to not scuba-dive or fly during the 2 days following treatment. Changes in pressure can potentially move injections to unintended areas. Also, a tight scuba-diving mask around the injection can have a similar effect.

Should you experience any side effects or complications from the Botox or dermal filler treatments, please call us as soon as you can.

Other than what we have mentioned, you can do what you otherwise would have done during these two days. The effects of the injections should settle within these two days.

What To Do After The Treatment?

After the treatment is over, you can walk out of the clinic and continue with the rest of your day as you otherwise would have. There will normally only be light swelling which typically go away in about 15 minutes.

Similarly to what we advised you not to do before the treatments, you should also avoid painkillers, medications, alcohol, etc. for about 2 days after the treatment, whether you get Botox or dermal fillers. The reason for this is that these elements can cause bruising and also interfere with the intended effect of the injections.

We recommend that you are careful with touching the areas where the injections were administered. Particularly, we urge you to avoid rubbing or massaging the treated area.

It is also our advice to avoid facials, chemical peels, microdermabrasions, etc. This can make the injection spread to areas where it was not intended.

For the next two days, we also recommend that you avoid strenuous physical activity, as this can make make the injections shift or move to areas where treatment was not intended.

We also recommend that you don’t wear tight caps or hats in the area that was treated. This could also potentially move the Botox away from the intended areas.

In addition, we urge you to not scuba-dive or fly during the 2 days following treatment. Changes in pressure can potentially move injections to unintended areas. Also, a tight scuba-diving mask around the injection can have a similar effect.

Should you experience any side effects or complications from the Botox or dermal filler treatments, please call us as soon as you can.

Other than what we have mentioned, you can do what you otherwise would have done during these two days. The effects of the injections should settle within these two days.

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