Can I Get Liquid Facelift if I Am Pregnant?

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Botox and fillers are not approved for use during pregnancy or lactation. Always seek treatment from a qualified professional.

Sarasota Dermatologic Surgeon
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No, injectables and fillers not indicated in Pregnancy

No. The product information is clear and we have to go by that rule. In theory it is safe (e.g. HA filers like Restylane or Juvederm) but 99% of sane specialist will not want to risk your health or our registration and perform procedures like fillers or Botox whilst pregnant. Wait till after pregnancy. All the very best in your pregnancy, Dr Davin Lim. (In theory your bub will be 3 now, since this question was asked in 2013.) 

Liquid Facelift While Pregnant


Thank you for your question. Injectables are not approved during pregnancy. 

Take care. 

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