got Botox done today, can I put cream on tonight, and makeup on tomorrow?
How Long After Botox Can I Put Cream or Makeup On?
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Makeup is an excellent concealer
After Botox injections you can use makeup immediately. It is important not to put excessive pressure on the skin or massage the area. The surgeon precisely places the Botox for maximum effect.
You don’t have to wait
Make up or cream can be put on immediately after BOTOX. You don’t have to wait. It will not effect the treatment.
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Makeup or cream is fine.
It is fine to put makeup or cream on immediately following a Botox injection. Keep in mind that a cream with an exfoliating agent (such as glycolic acid or Retin-A) or antibacterial properties (such as witch hazel or salicylic acid) could irritate the skin slightly but only if applied immediately after. Other than that, there is little risk except do no massage the area as you apply your products.
Cream or Makeup is Ok to apply after Botox
Botox is carefully delivered to specific areas using a small needle. After treatment, it is important not to massage the areas injected so that the Botox is not moved from where it is placed. The majority of doctors do not want patients to massage the face, bend over, etc for about 4 hours after the procedure. If you are very careful, and use a very light touch to apply cream or makeup, some doctors will let you put it on right away. You should discuss this with your treating doctor to get his or her opinion.
Putting on makeup after Botox: carefully
You can put on makeup immediately after Botox as long as your application does not "milk" the botox into an undesired area. Therefore, be gentle.
Makeup after Botox
Cream and Make Up After Botox
It is fine to put cream and make up on immediately after your Botox injections.
Make up after Botox
You may apply makeup immediately after treatment, just be gentle. After about 24 hours, you should be able to carry out your activities as normal.
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