I don’t’ want to do hyaluronidase to remove it. I called the nurse and she said to leave it. She also told me NOT to massage it due to migration of product.I don’t understand why she would think that light movement would move the product but talking and drinking from a straw would not.It’s been 8 days so I’m wondering, will lightly massaging and moving my lips help the product to dissipate or would I just be wasting my time?
Will Massage/ Intentional Movement Help Dissipate Juverderm in Lips?
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Massage Not Recommend
Juvederm can be massaged to dissipate it a bit for several days after injection. If you want it removed, then you have to have hyaluronidase injected.
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Dear Blonddie, It is possible that massage would help smooth or redistribute your filler though that becomes more unlikely as time goes by following the injection. I am assuming that you have a visible lump or asymmetry. If massage does not resolve the issue the other options are small amount of additional filler to camouflage a lump or provide symmetry vs. hyaluronidase, as you mentioned.
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Juvederm or Restylane filler in the lips and massage
massage immediately after placement might make the filler move to unwanted areas. It is more diffiicult to move it as time goes by, but not impossible. We're not entirely sure why filler lasts longer in one area than another, but typically it's duration is often different in the vermillion border of the lip compared with the body of the lip and both move the same amount.
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