This is not typical of velashape. It should feel like a warm massage. You also shouldn't ever have a burn...
You can safely pull the skin to the side and treat with the shallow transducer.
I perform this treatment daily in our office. I make it standard practice to take an after photo right then to document the way the patient left the office. I do engage in light conversation during the treatment to put the patient at...
Ask you doc to give you a steriod pack like Medrol Dose Pack to calm the swelling and redness
This reaction is not from sun exposure. It is from the provider having poor contact from the transducer to the skin. The droop in your face is nerve swelling. It will all subside with time. I am very sorry this happend to you.
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