Yes. You can sun tan 24 hours after Kybella treatment. Tanning is skin's response of damage so remember to use SPF 30+ sunblock.
Can I sun tan 24 hours after Kybella?
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Sun Tanning After Kybella
Tanning after Kybella
Hello, and thanks for your question. Tanning is the skin's response to damage, and is a sign that your risk of cancer and premature aging is increasing. Therefore, please avoid tanning. Best of luck, Dr. Frucht.
Can i suntan 24 hours after Kybella?
Thank you for sharing your excellent question. Yes you can sun tan 24 hours after Kybella but best to keep the area protected with a sunblock of spf 30 and above. Hope this helps.
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Tanning after Kybella - will not affect results
Going tanning after Kybella will not affect the results of your treatment. Tanning comes with an increased risk for skin cancer, as many other physicians here have stated.
Kybella and tanning
Hi there, you can tan 24hrs after getting Kybella but keep in mind tanning will lead to your skin looking more aged and saggy. If you "must" tan, make sure to use SPF 30 or higher.
Kybella and Suntan
You may tan immediately after Kybella treatment but please keep in mind, the sun destroys collagen and elastin in your skin which are needed to keep a youthful appearance of your neck and all your skin. Tanning booths are not recommended as they may lead to higher incidence of skin cancer.
Kybella Treatment in Los Angeles
Hi and thanks for the question.
In short, yes you may tan, although tanning causes accelerated skin aging, so think twice !
Best of luck, Dr. Vallecillos
Tanning and Kybella
Kybella is an injectable product for the reduction of subcutaneous fat on the neck. The product works by breaking down the fat cells and leading to tissue contraction. The effects would not be helped or hurt by tanning. Best of luck.
Sun after Kybella
While you can go out into sun after Kybella, always remember to wear sunscreen to protect your skin.
Kybella treatment and sun
No reason that you cannot go out into the sun. That being said be sun safe, and use a SPF 30+ broad-spectrum sunscreen with a wide brimmed hat and sunglasses!
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