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Bruising and Swelling After Dermal/Facial Fillers

Dermal fillers and Facial fillers play a vital role in your anti-ageing treatment and offer a refreshing and youthful look. But, many still avoid this treatment with the fear of bruising and swelling. But, did you know that bruising and swelling after dermal fillers/facial fillers is based on 'what you do' and 'avoid' – following your treatment?


Every person is different and so is their skin. Every type of skin reacts differently to dermal/facial fillers. Some patients are more susceptible to bruising and swelling due to inflammation. But remember this, with the quality of dermal filler injectable, your pre as well as post-treatment actions can have a notable impact on how well and subtly your bruising or swelling heals.


How to Treat Bruising and Swelling After Dermal/Facial Fillers?


If you do experience bruising or swelling after dermal/facial filler injections, you can be confident that it will disappear within a week or two. However, you can increase the speed of your recovery by following a few basic tips like avoiding strenuous exercise and alcohol for up to 48 hrs. Keep your hands away from the dermal filler injected areas. This involves touching, squeezing, and massaging.


The solution - Proboxin cream - London


Proboxin is an advanced Dermal/Facial filler aftercare cream formulated in London UK. It is proven to be highly effective against bruising and swelling after dermal/facial fillers. Proboxin is the next-gen cosmetic product designed in London especially to reduce the unwanted side-effects of dermal/facial Fillers. Our Botox aftercare cream should be used for at least 7 days post-treatment, once in the morning and once at night. The formulation has chosen organic ingredients such as Arnica, Green tea, Passion Fruit, Retinol and SPF-25 which aid healing and minimising your recovery time.

Proboxin Cream - London is the right aftercare you can offer your skin to alleviate bruising and swelling after dermal fillers.

London. UK

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