Once a woman has had her baby and she has the glow of pregnancy and having a new baby still there, but the tiredness of sleepless nights takes over and has an effect on her appearance. It's okay to have injectables fairly soon after having the child. Mothers who are breastfeeding are concerned that things like Botox or Dysport may be carried in the breast milk.

The worst thing that could happen is the baby will probably have a few less wrinkles on the forehead. There may be a very, very small chance of a molecule or two being transferred through the mother's milk. But to be safe, again, if a mother is breastfeeding we usually advise them for medical/legal reasons to wait until they're done breastfeeding before they have cosmetic procedures.

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