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Bio-remodelling Aftercare Advice to Get The Best Result

Bio-remodelling is an innovative treatment for skin laxity, leaving the skin hydrated and lifted. However, it is essential to be aware of the treatment’s minor yet visible side effects. With this article, we will provide some of the best bio-remodelling aftercare advice to help you achieve and maintain the best results after treatment.

How does Bio-remodelling work?

It is a product that operates through the gradual release of high and low-molecular-weight hyaluronic acid. Composed entirely of pure HA, it distinguishes itself from conventional dermal fillers.

Instead of focusing on volume, its primary function is to induce bio-stimulation of cells. This entails promoting the production of new collagen and elastin in the skin’s superficial layers, just beneath the surface. The outcome is lifted tissue with reduced lines and wrinkles, improved texture, and heightened hydration.

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Bio-remodelling injections before and after 

Before receiving bio-remodelling treatment

  • In the week preceding treatment, avoid taking aspirin, anticoagulant medications, Ginko Biloba, garlic, flax oil, cod liver oil, vitamin A, vitamin E, and any other essential fatty acids.
  • DO NOT apply makeup, lotions, creams, tanners, serums, or any other products to the areas to be treated on the day of treatment.
  • For the next four weeks, avoid waxing, bleaching, depilatory creams, and electrolysis. 
  • Avoid chemical peels, facials, laser treatments, and microdermabrasion for two weeks before treating the same area.
  • For the best results, avoid unprotected natural and artificial sun exposure in the treated area for two weeks. 

Bio-remodelling aftercare: The effective advice you need to know

We recommend that you follow these recommendations to further reduce side effects of the treatment and achieve the best possible outcome:

  • Do not rub or massage the treatment bumps; they usually go away in a few hours.
  • To help prevent infection, avoid rubbing or touching the injection sites for at least 2 hours and avoid doing anything dusty or dirty.
  • For up to 2 hours after treatment, avoid taking aspirin, anti-inflammatory medicines, fish oils, or other medications with anticoagulant properties.
  • To reduce the risk of infection, avoid wearing makeup for at least 12 hours after treatment because makeup frequently contains germs that can cause infection.
  • For two weeks after treatment, avoid filler injections in the same area, as well as microdermabrasion and chemical peels.
  • Avoid activities that increase your heart rate, such as exercising, taking hot showers, or saunas, to help reduce bruising.