DYSPORT POST TREATMENT INSTRUCTIONS
*Do NOT lie down or bent for four (4) hours.
*Avoid manipulation of the area for four (4) hours (no massaging, rubbing or scratching). The safest, Do NOT touch your face!
*Facial exercising in injected areas for 1 hour (practice frowning, raise your eyebrows, and squinting- with caution when operating a vehicle).
*No straining, heavy lifting, vigorous exercise for first 24 hours.
*Avoid sweating and excessive heat, such as sauna or hot tubs for the first 24 hours.
*Do not receive a facial/ facial peel, laser treatments, microdermabrasion for two (2) weeks.
Make-up may be applied one (1) hour after treatment gently.
*Slight headache for the first few days may occur. Take Tylenol or Advil if needed.
*After treatment moderate swelling and redness with possible bruising can occur.
*It can take 3-10 days for result to be seen. Results may vary from individual to individual as well as from treatment to treatment.
*Dysport takes two (2) weeks to fully develop. Be aware in the meanwhile, one/a muscle can take effect earlier than another, as well as one side (left or right) can take effect earlier than the other side. As well as, a feeling of heaviness in the forehead can occur.
* If desired result is not seen after two (2) weeks of your treatment, you may need a touch up. Book your follow up appointment online.
*The benefits last on average 3-4 months (for some individuals shorter and for some longer). It is best to return for your next treatment when the muscle starts to strengthen. If you wait too long, the muscles that were treated will regain their full strength.
*Remember what Dysport (Botox) does: It relaxes the injected muscle, therefore if you have advanced wrinkles on your forehead and the muscle relaxes, your wrinkles diminish (smoothing out). Simultaneously, your forehead skin relaxes. Consequently, your relaxed skin positions lower than before.
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