After your BOTOX treatment, you will be free to return to your normal routine, but you should wait at least 24 – 48 hours before doing any exercise or strenuous activities to avoid spreading the filler to other parts of your body. Not only could it reduce the effectiveness of the BOTOX, but it could also increase the likelihood of bruising.
You might feel a little sore or tired after your treatment, but please avoid laying down for at least the first 4 hours after receiving Botox. For the same reasons to avoid working out, bending or laying down may spread the toxin and create excessive bruising. When you are finally able to go to bed, you should try to lie on your back to avoid accidentally moving the toxin around in your sleep.
Additionally, for the first 24 hours, you should avoid wearing makeup, ingesting alcohol, or taking painkillers of any kind. If you do feel any pain or discomfort, you can lightly use an ice pack for 10 – 15 minutes at a time, just try to avoid applying too much pressure.
Finally, you will want to avoid any heat exposure for the first few days. This includes staying away from hot tubs, saunas, tanning beds, and being directly in the sun.
How much does BOTOX® cost in Boston, MA?
The cost of a BOTOX in Boston can vary depending on various factors, including the number of treatment areas and the amount of BOTOX required. It is best to schedule a consultation with Dr. Tandon to discuss your specific goals and concerns. During the consultation, the cost of the procedure will be discussed, and you will receive a personalized treatment plan tailored to your BOTOX needs.