Creams to Avoid After Thermage?
- Asked by ody2012 in home plate
- 1 year ago
what face creams and or face treatments should i avoid after thermage
Post care after Thermage
One of the great aspects of Thermage is that there is no special after care protocol to follow. There is no down time, which means that you can resume your routine activities immediately after your treatment. Hope this was helpful.
Resume your normal regimen the day after your Thermage.
On the day of your Thermage treatment, we have to use cleansers and alcohol-based agents to make certain that your skin is perfectly clean prior to your procedure. During your procedure, we must use ample amounts of a fluid called "coupling fluid". Coupling fluid is a gel that is used to insure even and complete contact between the Thermage treatment tip and your skin. After your Thermage treatment, we wash all of that off for you.
All of this means that your skin has been cleaned multiple times within a few hours, so we suggest to our patients that they give their skin one good night's sleep to recover, and then resume their normal skincare regimen the next day.
You can resume your normal activity and creams immediately post Thermage
There is no special after care once you have done Thermage. One of the beautiful things is that you can resume your normal activity immediately after the procedure with no down time at all.
Post Care Instructions for Thermage...
Nothing! You can return to your normal regimen right after a Thermage treatment.
Enjoy. Hope this helps.
Dr. Grant Stevens Marina Plastic Surgery Associates Marina del Rey, CA The Institute
Web reference: http://www.marinaplasticsurgery.com/procedures.cfm
Creams to Avoid after Thermage
Hi there. There are no creams that you need to avoid after Thermage. You can immediately return to your skincare regimen.
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