In the first 24 hours following treatment, limit exposure to sunlight or UV lamps. Extensive sun or heat exposure and alcoholic beverages may cause a temporary increase in redness, bruising or swelling at the injection sites.
What must you not do after Botox?
You should avoid rubbing and touching your face after Botox for many reasons. One is to reduce the risk of infection at the injection site, and others can include the risk of migration. You should also avoid other beauty treatments for the next few days.
How long does it take for Botox and fillers to settle?
The best results of dermal fillers are seen typically 1 to 2 weeks post treatment with some of the swelling and bruising dissipating by then. It could take up to 4 weeks for everything to completely settle down, at which point you will notice the results you're expecting.
What is the recovery time for Botox and fillers?
How Long Does It Take To Recover From BOTOX & Fillers? BOTOX and dermal fillers like JUVÉDERM® involve little to no recovery downtime. You can return to work and your usual activities the same day of your appointment.
What is forbidden after filler?
Until the swelling and redness have resolved, avoid intense heat in the treated area(s). This includes sunbathing, tanning, saunas, hot tubs, or hot wax. To help alleviate swelling, we recommend an antihistamine during the day, such as Zyrtec or Claritin, and Benadryl at night.
What should you not do after Botox?
Top 7 Things Not To Do After Botox
- Rubbing Your Face.
- Going Under The Sun And Strong Heat.
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- Taking Blood Thinners.
- Drinking Alcohol.
- Washing Your Face With Soap.
- Applying Any Topical Products Or Ointments On Your Face Immediately After The Procedure.
- Lying Down On Your Face For The First Few Hours After Treatment.