Hi, yes you can use your normally tolerated facial cleanser following a filler injection. You may want to be careful over the areas of injection.
I just had restylane silk injection. Can I wash my face using cold water with skin medica facial cleanser?
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Using facial cleanser following injection
Thank you for your question. Yes you can wash your face with cool water and the Skin Medica cleanser, just be gentle as you wash and you will be fine. Good luck!
Daily skin care after restylane silk
It is generally fine to follow your daily skin care program after restylane silk. However, each injector has his or her protocols post treatment. Consult with your injector as he or she knows the scope of the treatment and the specifics about you.
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There is some minor bruising and swelling 24-48 hours after being injected, applying cold compresses to reduce this will help. washing your face gently is fine! try not to massage to hard in the areas injected, and try sleeping on your back for a couple nights! I hope this helps you on your journey!:')
After care for your restylane injections
Restylane Silk Injection
I appreciate your question.
There should be no issues to resume your normal skin care regimen post injection. With that said, your MD should have reviewed everything with you at the end of appointment. For any immediate questions/concerns, please call injecting MD.
The best way to assess and give true advice would be an in-person exam.
Please see a board-certified plastic surgeon that specializes in aesthetic and restorative plastic surgery.
Best of luck!
Skin care regimen after Restylane Silk
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