Is It Safe to Get a Chemical Peel 3 Days After Botox?
Doctor Answers 11
Chemical Peel & Botox
Chemical Peel after Botox
Wait 2 weeks after botulinum toxin to perform chemical peel
IT should be safe to proceed with a chemical peel 3 days after botulinum toxin but I would recommend that you wait 2 weeks to allow the wrinkles to settle and for the chemical peel to more effectively treat a flat (rather than a wrinkled) skin surface.
You might also like...
Chemical peels can be done after botox
It is safe to do a chemical peel as soon as a full day after the Botox, and certainly you should feel comfortable with doing it three days after. The two treatments together can be additive in their cosmetic enhancement.
Chemical Peel 3 days after Botox is safe
Yes, it is safe, and there is no reason to be worried or concerned of the chemical peeling affecting the 'take' of the previous Botox injections.
No problem with chemical peel 3 days after Botox
Three days is not a problem. In fact many times for the lighter peels, we do the two treatments at the same time. As noted by others here, the two services work beautifully together. You should not have any problems with the time frame you have mentioned.
Chemmical Peel is Safe
There is really no reason why you could not proceed with a peel 3 days after Botox. The Botox may enhance the rejuvenative effects of the peel.
Chemic Peels and Botox Cosmetic
Yes, you can go ahead and have a chemical peel after Botox or Botox after a chemical peel. We often perform both Botox and Chemical peels at the same visit. Good luck.
Yes, chemical peels before or after Botox are safe
Peels before or after Botox are very safe and, in fact, give better results for rejuvenation. The peel addresses the problems of photoaging (irregular pigment, poor skin texture), while the Botox improves dynamic lines. It is a great one/two punch for non-surgical skin rejuvenation and can even be done on the same day if necessary due to a busy schedule.
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.