Before Treatment

Before your treatment avoid medication like aspirin, ibuprofen, and St. John’s wort and alcohol in the days leading up to your treatment. Smoking is discouraged before and immediately after treatment. Eat and replenish fluids prior to treatment. Adhering to preparatory advice can help to prevent swelling, bruising and bumps. It is essential you inform your practitioner, about any medical conditions, current medications and allergies or sensitivities.

After Treatment

Avoid strenuous activity, sunbeds, blood thinners and alcohol for at least 24 hours post-treatment. It is imperative to maintain maximum hygiene around the treated site, including clean toothbrush and pillowcases. We typically advise applying new and clean makeup after 24 hours. You should notice the effects of Juvéderm or other fillers right away, but optimum results are seen after the swelling reduces. Results typically last around one year.


It is normal for the skin to be red around the area of injection but also white around the area where the anaesthetic cream/injection was applied. This should only last a few hours.


Lumps can occasionally occur when the dermal filler absorbs water from the body and swells. For the first 24 hours after treatment, these lumps can easily be massaged away (between finger and thumb). Don’t massage lumps that you cannot see as this will only displace your filler.


Rarely numbness and/or tingling over the site of injection may occur for a few days.


Bruising is the most common complication of treatment. You can reduce bruising by applying ice; it is ok to cover up bruising with concealer/makeup the next day (see IV)


Avoid applying makeup over the injection sites for 12 hours. This is to reduce the already small risk of skin infection.


Often superficial lines in the face are ‘highlighted’ in pink or red following treatment. This effect will settle within a few days (see V regarding makeup)


Until the initial swelling and redness have resolved, do not expose the treated area to intense heat (i.e. solarium, sauna or sunbathing).


If you have previously suffered from facial cold sores, there is a risk that the needle punctures could contribute to another eruption of cold sores. This question is on the consent form.


If you are using aspirin, clopidogrel, warfarin or similar medication, be aware that these may increase the bruising or bleeding at the injection site.


It is common for lips fillers to cause some swelling, Your lips will settle within a few days.Sometimes it may look as if more dermal filler has been placed into one side or the other; this  due to swelling. In a few days this should even out. However if an individual small lump can be seen, this should be massaged firmly in the first 24 hrs following treatment (see II)

Consent Form

Before any treatments can commence we request Clients to complete a consent form at the Clinic which includes Contra-Indications and Medical History. This does not take to long to complete but is essential to check you are a Safe candidate for treatments. 


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