Although uncommon, possible adverse effects may include: Injection-related reactions. There may be some mild redness in the treated area which usually resolves after a few hours. Swelling is also seen immediately after the treatment and lasts on average no more than 3 days. Occasionally bruising can occur which if significant may last 5-7 days.
Certain side effects are very common. This includes redness and mild swelling. Depending on the treated area you might experience bruising and some bleeding, particularly if you had a couple of injections. You might also feel some tenderness and residual “lumps and bumps” which will smooth out within a couple of days.
Other side effects are extremely rare. Should you therefore experience any effects not mentioned above we would like you to contact us so we can ensure everything is within the normal side effects.
To allow the fillers to deliver the best results we advice you to:
- NOT exert any pressure on the treated area or any other manipulation
- NOT exercise excessively
- NOT expose yourself to extreme heat or cold and sunshine for 2 weeks
- NOT drink alcohol for 24 hours drink plenty of water to help the filler to hydrate