Does sun exposure after getting Botox or dysport affect the effects?
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Sun Exposure after Botox
Sun exposure after Dysport
This is a very common question i get from my patients and the answer is no; sun exposure does not affect the results you get from botox/dysport injection. That said, using a sunscreen cream(30SPF) will definitely delay skin aging and protect you from various skin lesions.
Sun exposure will not directly affect your Dysport or Botox treatment but it is important to wear sunscreen and protect your skin from sun damage and prevent future signs of aging.
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Sun Exposure and Dysport
There are no adverse effects if an individual is exposed to the sun after injections with Botox or Dysport. Avoid certain medications that can increase your risk before bruising for at least one week prior to injections. Examples are Ibuprofen and Aspirin. I would recommend always applying sunscreen prior to sun exposure to help preserve the skin quality.
Sun and Botox
This is a question I get asked frequently at my office. The answer to your question is, no. The sun
does not affect the results of Botox or Dysport. However, using sunblock of SPF 30 or higher is
highly recommended when it comes to sun exposure. Applying sunblock will also help with the reduction of creating new fine lines and wrinkles.
Sun after Botox injections
SUN AND BOTOX
Dysport & Sun
I advise my patients not to exercise for 24 hours after their treatment.
Sun Exposure & Neuromodulators
Dysport and Sun Exposure
Sun exposure should not affect the results of Dysport or Botox Cosmetic
To be sure what is right for you, see two or more experienced, licensed and board-certified providers in your area for a complete evaluation to make sure you are a good candidate and that it is safe for you to have treatment.
I hope this helps.
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