In general, face down massage should be avoided for the first 72 hours to one week after injections to avoid displacement of filler. Check with your injector about their criteria.
I Had Sculptra, Botox and Juvederm on Thursday. Can I Have a Face Down Massage on Sunday?
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Massage after Sculptra Botox and Juvederm
Thank you for your question. I would clear this with the provider who did your injections as they know your injection placements, and can direct this. At our clinic, we have patients wait a minimum of a week to ten days, or more if indicated. I hope this helps.
Injection treatments and Face Down Massage
There should not be an adverse effect with face down massage following treatment injections (Sculptra, Juvederm, etc.) but, it is recommended to discuss physician preferences with your provider.
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Face Down Massage After Sculptra, Botox, Juvederm
In my practice, I wouldn't have any restrictions for a face down massage beyond 72 hours. I would recommend that you discuss with your treating Physician, because opinions are likely to vary on this subject.
Sculptra, Botox and Juvederm
You should wait 2 weeks after having Sculptra and Juvederm injections before having any procedures on your face or applying any pressure as in lying face down. There is not the same wait-time for Botox.
Is face down massage okay 3 days after Sculptra, Botox and Juvederm?
Different doctors may have different opinions as to when a patient could have a face down massage after Sculptra, Juvederm, and/or Botox. You should ask this question of your treating physician, as he or she will have the most information about your particular treatment and will be able to give you the best advice.
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