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How To Get Ready For The Treatment
If you have never gotten a Botox or dermal filler treatment before, we recommend that you read through the information on this page. This will give you a quick overview of the treatments, and also links to where you can learn more about the specific treatments. 👍
Let’s start with Botox: The objective one wants to achieve with a Botox injection is to remove or reduce wrinkles.
Before you come for a first time treatment, we encourage you to become familiar with the following information:
And when you know more or less what to expect, you are welcome to have a chat with one of our experiences clinicians. During this conversation, you can ask any question you want, and we will together find the right treatment for you.
This conversation is 100% free and comes with no strings attached. 👍
Contact us here to book the FREE consultation.
After this chat, you should have a full understanding of the various treatments and how they can benefit you.
Also, we kindly ask that you let us know of any medical conditions you may have, if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or trying to conceive. If any of this applies to you, certain treatments may not be recommendable, so this is important information.
And if you decide to come for treatment, we will give you a 10% discount on any of the treatments you choose. 😃😃
This is important:
Before you come for either a Botox or a filler treatment (any injection), there are a few things that you should stay away from during the days before the treatment.
- Avoid painkillers (because they are often blood thinning, and this can increase bruising)
- Avoid any blood-thinning medications. If you need this medications, please speak to us beforehand.
- Avoid any other blood-thinning products you may use
- Stop smoking (or reduce it as much as possible)
- Avoid very salty foods. Excess sodium causes the body to retain water, which in turn can worsen swelling.
And lastly, we would also want you to not consume any alcohol 24 hours before the treatment. This is because alcohol is also blood thinning, and can therefore cause or increase swelling from the injections.
It is important to follow these guidelines, because if you don’t, the treatment may be less effective and the results may not be as good as they otherwise would have been.
If you have any questions whether something is OK to take or use, just ask us during the free consultation.
As long as you follow these guidelines, you can go about and enjoy your days leading up to the treatment as you normally otherwise would have. 👍