LIP BLUSH PRECARE
Before Your Lip Blush Appointment
We recommend the following to ensure that your skin is in the best condition as possible for the procedure:
If your appointment is during a cold sore outbreak, your procedure cannot be performed. If you do not have cold sores, it is still highly recommended for you to go to your family doctor and get Zovirax or another anti viral medication prescribed to take 5 days prior procedure, the day of, and 5 days after as a precaution. Cold sores is herpes simplex virus and many are not aware that they are a carrier of the virus as the signs are not always visible until it is triggered. Lip blush can trigger cold sores if you are a carrier of this virus therefore as a precaution, it is recommended that you take anti viral mediation as cold sores can affect the healing result.
Do not get lip injections 4 weeks before and after this treatment.
Do NOT drink coffee or any caffeine on the day of the procedure
Do NOT drink alcohol 24 hours before the procedure
Do NOT workout on the day of the procedure
Do NOT consume Advil, Aspirin, Niacin, Vitamin E and/or Ibuprofen, fish oil supplements, omega-3, unless medically necessary or any blood thinning mediation for a minimum of 72 hours prior to the procedure. (Tylenol or acetaminophen is okay)
Exfoliators, creams containing Glycolic Acid, Retin-A, Renova, and Alpha Hydroxyls Acid (AHAs) at least 72 hours before the procedure
Chemical peels and laser treatments should be avoided within 4 weeks of the procedure
If you have been on prescription Accutane in the past, you MUST wait at least 1 year before considering this procedure.