Here’s How to Take Care of Your Skin After Getting Cosmetic Injectables
Whether you’ve yet to make an appointment for injectable filler or injectable wrinkle reducer or have one penciled into your calendar, doing a little pre-injection research for post-injection care is a must. After all, these temporary treatments — which are injected into areas of the face to help plump (for filler) or smooth (for wrinkle reducer) moderate to severe lines and wrinkles— are still medical procedures, even if they tend to be on the quick side. And it’s important to do your homework and be well informed.
“With filler, you should see immediate results. You should have less shadowing on your face, less lines, and less sagging,” says Dr. Rachel Nazarian of NYC’s Schweiger Dermatology Group. After receiving injectable wrinkle reducers, you should see your lines diminishing after about one month.
Source: Spotlyte – Here’s How to Take Care of Your Skin After Getting Cosmetic Injectables By, Wendy Rose Gould