The Post-Treatment of Juvederm

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Juvederm is one of the simplest treatments you’ll ever have to go through at a cosmetic clinic. It’s quick, virtually painless and not very complicated (for the patient, at least.) Juvederm has always been famous for its hassle-free procedure as well as its short and easy down time.

And this is an important aspect of any good cosmetic treatment since many of us are busy with the daily tasks of work and spending time with our family and many of us don’t have the luxury of spending time on ourselves or taking care of our body after some complicated cosmetic treatment. So Juvederm NYC area’s favorite dermal filler is the treatment that fills that particular role of a procedure that’s easy but with some grandiose results.

And you may probably already know how the procedure goes down; half an hour to 40 minutes of a couple of small injections into some key areas of the face. So I won’t bother going into the details of the procedure itself, I’ll rather give you a quick synopsis, as well as a couple of tips on what to do following the treatment itself and during the downtime.

Immediately Afterwards

Immediately after the procedure is finished you will already see some traces of the results. well they might not be exactly what you were hoping for you need to remember that it’s still way too early for the final results to become apparent. but you will definitely see some amount of improvement even if it is limited in how tight and smooth your skin is.

Directly after the procedure you will notice that your skin makes it a little red as well as swollen. This is a natural reaction that your body has for something new that it has come into contact with. This does not in any way mean that the procedure has been done incorrectly; it’s simply your body adapting to what  initially seized as an unfamiliar compound. Once your body has gotten used to the Juvederm compound and for lack of a better term, accepts the compound as a part of its own, the swelling and redness should go away.

As the treatment lasts around 40 minutes, you’ll be free to go home rather quickly after the procedure, with the agreement that you don’t pester with your skin too much. Sure, the compound is super safe, but touching and feeling around too much may cause it to lose its place and cause the results to be a lot less desirable.

So, all you really should be doing is simply being patient, confidently aware of the fact that the compound is performing its duties perfectly and within the next couple weeks, you’ll see it fall into place like the last piece of the puzzle.

Taking Care of the Skin

While you shouldn’t really do anything out of the ordinary after the procedure, you should still be doing your standard daily skin care routine one way or another. The best thing for your skin is to take it easy. This means doing nothing out of the ordinary, like going for other kinds of cosmetic treatments or basically any other procedure which may involve the face.

Long story short, just don’t put any unneeded pressure on the face, especially the treated area and within the next couple weeks, your face will begin to naturally come back to its normal state. 

After the treatment is finished, you need to give yourself at least a week to cool off. The side effects generally last around that amount of time, so by the time you’re done with your little vacation, your skin will be completely back to normal.

Some of the side effects which you may experience include a couple of minor inconveniences and discomforts. After the itching and swelling subsides, you may experience a little cramping and slight aching in the area. Again, as the compound sets into its final position, this is very much natural. All you can really do is try to mitigate the uncomfortable sensations with some household face and skin care products. While this may not relieve you of the pain, it will still help with the itchiness as well as the redness that may come about.

But even if you don’t really take care of it too much, it’ll still go away at some point and the skin will begin to return to its normal state, just like before the treatment, only now a lot firmer, more supple and plump. 

Just In Case

If you do notice that these side effects aren’t going away, then you should definitely contact the clinic. While it may not be anything serious, they’ll still give you some answers as to why that’s happening and how to treat such things.

But again, there is very little to worry about once the procedure is finished. Unless you have some kind of rare and severe allergy to the compound, Juvederm is generally a very safe treatment. And considering the years and years of development the compound has gone through, that’s not very surprising.

So, your best bet, before going through the procedure itself, is to find a clinic that’ll be there for you if these kinds of things do happen and you won’t know what to do. MiracleFace MedSpa is a clinic that’s there for you before, during and after the procedure to give you all the professional support, advice and help they can possibly offer. Their staff are super approachable and any question or concern you may have is a delight for them to help out with.

And again, Juvederm treatments generally go by very smoothly; very rarely does anything go wrong during the procedures. But everyone likes to have safety nets with everything, and you can count on MiracleFace MedSpa and their Juvederm NYC treatment to not only offer you a professional treatment package, but also all the help and support you’ll need for your future with Juvederm.




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