Use a cold pack to reduce swelling and redness on the injection site.
Stay well hydrated (1.5–2.0 l water per day).
physical strain, sudden head movements and sports the first day after the treatment.
direct exposure to ultraviolet light (solar exposure, lamps) in the 4 weeks following the treatment.
intense hot (Sauna, steam bath) or intense cold in the 4 weeks following treatment.
further cosmetic therapies for the first two weeks after the treatment.
massaging the injection site.
the intake of significant amounts of alcohol for a period of 10 to 14 days after the treatment.
application of make-up for at least 12 hrs post-procedure.
Please be aware:
Reactions such as redness, oedema, pain, and itching may follow treatment, as may an acne-like eruption. All these reactions are linked to the procedure itself and usually resolve after a few days. Should symptoms persist please contact us.
Lumps and abscesses; sometimes associated with redness and/or swelling have been reported after treatment in some patients. In most cases, these side effects disappeared, however in some cases, they have lasted up to two weeks.
If you have had herpes simplex (cold sores) in the past note that there is always a risk that injecting any product around the lip/or previously affected area may cause herpes to flare up again.