Is it important to drinks lots of water for two weeks after having juvoderm lip injections? I am worried that i have not been drinking enough to get the full result. is this possible?
Need to Drink Lots of Water After Having Juvederm Injections?
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Water drinking after juvederm
You do not have to drink any specific amount of water after filler treatment. You really do not have to do much of anything.
You don’t have to drink a lot of water after being treated with Juvederm
No you don’t have to drink a lot of water after being treated with Juvederm. Water consumption will not affect your Juvederm results.
Drink lots of water after having Juvederm injections
There is no medical/scientific relationship between water consumption and fillers. But it is good for you, so drink! Result from fillers is dependent upon the type of filler, amounts injected, the injector's experience, NOT water.
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Juvederm for the lips does not require drinking a lot of water
you will probably get the same good result from Juvederm injections into the lips regardless of the water you consume. Juvederm will absorb the surrounding water to bulk up its effect.
You do NOT need to drink additional water to bring out the effects of Juvederm
While keeping hydrated is beneficial (especially in the Summer), there is NO EVIDENCE that drinking large amounts of water would influence the appearance of the injected Juvederm in any way. The Juvederm will augment the tissue without such superfluous help.
Hydration after Filler Injection
There is no scientific data that shows drinking water will improve the results of restylane or perlane.
The products do pull in the water to help hydrate the area and achieve the desired results, but drinking excess water I dont think helps.
Drinking extra water not necessary for Juvederm injections
One thing that is confusing is the fact that hyaluronic acid fillers such as Restylane and Juvederm work by holding on to water, which is one reason they look and feel natural. However, the chemical bonding process that allows this to occur is very strong and not influenced by drinking extra water, or even not drinking enough.
These answers are for educational purposes and should not be relied upon as a substitute for medical advice you may receive from your physician. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911. These answers do not constitute or initiate a patient/doctor relationship.
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