Burning sensation after applying make-up the day after dysport injections. How long will this last? And is this normal?
Doctor Answers 5
I agree this is most likely the skin prep and not the Dysport. I believe your symptoms will get better soon. Otherwise, speak with your injector. Best, Dr. ALDO
Burning isn’t caused by Dysport® and will likely resolve in a day or so.
Thank you for your question. It can be alarming when you try a treatment for the first time and have an adverse reaction. Dysport® should not cause the burning sensation you are describing, so I wouldn’t blame the product. My suspicion is that you’re experiencing sensitivity due to the pre-injection steps that were taken. Competent, responsible injectors make every effort to clean and sanitize the injection sites to reduce the risk of infection. Depending on what products were used to clean your skin, you may be experiencing some irritation and sensitivity as a result. Again, this is my suspicion, but I can’t say for sure without examining you. If this persists, visit your injector to be examined and evaluated.
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