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Lines and wrinkles will soften over the next few days. You will begin to see results in three to five days, with full results in 10 days. Injectables appointments take approximately 30 minutes, with about half of the time spent on consultation and half on the treatment itself.
For optimal results, we typically suggest scheduling Wrinkle Reducer treatments every three to four months, and returning in six months to one year for maintenance of your Dermal Fillers.
Bruising and swelling can occur after injectables, but will typically subside after a few days. Mild redness and bumps typically improve a few hours after your injectable treatment. Avoid touching your face for the next 12 hours. Avoid strenuous exercise and alcohol for 24 hours, and avoid taking ibuprofen or aspirin containing products as this might increase your risk of bruising.
Definitely. Any redness or swelling will be mild, and should subside within a few hours, but often goes away in only a few minutes. While it is possible that minor bruising may occur (everyone’s anatomy is unique, after all), it’s a temporary side effect and does not have any bearing on the success of the treatment. We recommend avoiding alcohol and ibuprofen 24 hours prior to treatment to reduce your risk of bruising. And yes, it’s totally fine to put on makeup afterward.
Most people report a 1-2 level of pain on a scale of 1-10 for injectables and many say a flu shot hurts worse.
Don’t be. We believe that the best work goes unnoticed. When medical aesthetic treatments are done properly, you’ll look refreshed and rested, never frozen. We work with you to achieve desired results, factoring in everything from your skin type to your personal style. Leave JECT feeling exactly like yourself — but with an extra dose of glow.
Preventative treatments are becoming more common because they work. Whether you’re 25 or 45 (because everyone’s anatomy is different), the best time to start treatment is before lines appear. At JECT, we believe prevention is the best treatment.
No. We recommend avoiding injectable treatments during pregnancy.