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5 Tips for Lip Filler Aftercare

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Lip fillers are injections that give the lips a more plump and full appearance. They’re more generally called dermal fillers.
They may cause swelling or tenderness and bruising after the procedure, though the side effects should be minor.
Aftercare for lip fillers is manageable. If your patient is unsure whether the procedure is right for them, it helps to be aware of what to expect during aftercare.
Here are 5 tips about the Lip Filler aftercare:
1. Afterward, apply ice to your lips with an ice pack or an ice cube wrapped in a thin cloth (so it doesn’t stick to the lip and cause pain). This will help to reduce swelling, itching, bruising, and pain. g, itching, bruising, and any other pain.
2. Avoid strenuous exercise for at least 24 hours after receiving lip or other dermal fillers. Exercise-induced increases in blood pressure and heart rate may exacerbate swelling or bruising. It is acceptable to engage in light activity, such as walking.
3. Keep hydrated. Drinking plenty of water will aid your body’s healing process.
4. Eat plenty of hydrating fruits and vegetables and avoid excessive sodium, which may aggravate swelling.
5. Avoid wearing lipstick or any other types of makeup on your lips for at least 24 hours after the procedure.
By following these 5 tips, it can help reduce the risk of Lip Filler side effects and help achieve better results.

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