Swelling After Dermal Fillers
Dermal fillers is one of the most powerful anti-wrinkle treatments that is highly preferred across the globe. But as with all the medicines, there are few temporary side-effects and complexities to consider such as redness, bruising, inflammation, and swelling after dermal fillers.
Most of the time, if you’re going to have swelling after dermal fillers treatment, it will develop within 1 to 2 days. Sometimes, however, it can take a quite a long time for the swelling to migrate to the skin’s surface—more like 3 days. This is not as common as the instant bruising, but it does occasionally happen.
More injection site responses/reactions are seen following dermal filler injections. The amount of redness, bruising and swelling after dermal fillers injections are related to the variety of product applied, the depth at which it is placed, and the total number of needle pokes needed to perform the dermal filler treatment. Swelling commonly occurs following soft tissue filler injections. The presence of the dermal filler product causes swelling; also, the hyaluronic acid-based filler products bind water, which aggravates swelling. Visible swelling signs of the treated area might be present for a couple of hours, or a couple of days, but then gradually subsides. Redness also occurs usually at the injection sites. This is more limited and may happen for a few hours or up to a day or so. Swelling is less frequent in the nasolabial fold region but can occur more often with dermal filler injections in the lips, the cheeks, and the marionette lines.
Be prepared for the side-effects like reddening, numbness, bruising, headache and swelling after dermal fillers. You can apply our Proboxin cream as an aftercare treatment to overcome these side effects in a much shorter period than waiting for the natural healing process. Proboxin combines arnica, green tea, passion fruit oil, retinol and SPF 25 to offer a profound healing effect on the affected area of your face and quick relief.