Wait period after Hyaluronidase to get chemical peel?
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Peeling skin recently injected with Belotero
- Since most peels do not go over the tear trough, you should be able to have both treatments.
- Point out the injected area and be sure the peel is not applied there.
Hope you find this information helpful. Best wishes.
Waiting time after Hyaluronidase before chemical peel
Once the injection marks are fully healed, it is safe to have a peel. Usually, that takes 3-4 days. If you want to proceed with the peel you scheduled, simply ask your doctor to skip the area of your injection.
All the best,
Dr. Michelle Yagoda
Peel after hyaluronidase
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Once the chemical peel is performed, the associated swelling (edema) and skin changes will obscure the problem area. The swelling and skin changes from chemical peels may vary based on the depth of penetration of the acid. There are mild peels, moderate peels, and deep peels using different acid options like TCA or Phenolic Acid.
If the problem of excess Hyaluronic Acid persists after the chemical peel, the affected area can be re-treated with Hyaluronidase. Best wishes!
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