I have had restylane and juvederm injected in my cheeks and tear trough. I am worried that If I buy this device it will break up my filler.
Can I Use the Palovia at Home Treatment if I Have Had Fillers Injected Under my Eyes?
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Fillers are not damaged by lasers
I am not familiar with the device's wavelength, but lasers that have been cleared by the FDA for use in doctors' offices, which should be stronger than home-used devices, have not been shown, to my knowledge, to damage the effectiveness of the fillers placed in the dermis or subcutaneous compartments.
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