Pre Injectable FAQ

Can I get filler while pregnant or breast feeding? Injectable treatments are not suitable when pregnant or breast feeding.

I have a cold sore, can I still receive lip filler treatments? Ensure no cold sores or infections are present on the day.

If I am prone to cold sores, can I receive lip filler treatments? Yes, you can still get injectables provided no active cold sores or infections are present on the day of treatment. Take antivirals the day of appointment if prone to cold sores.

How do I prep for an injectable appointment? To prepare for your injectables appointment, please remove makeup when possible.

How can I be even more prepped for my injectables appointment? To further prepare for your injectables appointment, avoid alcohol for 24 - 48 hours before treatment. Alcohol can make your blood thinner, which may increase your bleeding, bruising and swelling.

Can I have an injectable treatment after I've had a COVID-19 vaccination? After receiving your COVID-19 vaccination, you will need to wait 2 weeks before being able to be treated for dermal fillers. You will also not be able to receive dermal fillers for two weeks prior to your COVID-19 vaccination appointment.

There is no required waiting period between receiving the COVID-19 vaccination and wrinkle relaxers. Bruising and swelling is always a risk with any injectable treatment. This symptoms can last up to 7-10 days so please ensure that you factor in these risks prior to booking.