Getting your Botox injections is just the first step in transforming your face. If you are planning on getting Botox treatments, it is important to know how to treat your face after your treatments in order to get the best results.
Tip #1: Keep Your Hands Off Your Face
After you get Botox injections, you are going to want to keep your hands off your face for an entire day. That means no touching your face or applying pressure to your face. You can't wash your face or rub lotion into your face. You shouldn't apply makeup or rub makeup remover on your face. You don't want to apply any pressure to your face.
Botox is technically a toxin, and in order to work, it needs to do its job without any added pressure.
Tip #2: Be Careful When You Sleep
Next, you need to be careful when you go to sleep. You don't want to lay on the side of your face that was treated.
If you got Botox injections on the left side of your face, for example, you need to make sure you sleep on your back or your right side, not on your left side. Laying on the side where you got the injections will put extra pressure on the area where the injections took place.
You may want to position extra pillows or blankets around your body to keep yourself in the right position as you sleep, especially if you have to sleep on a side you don't normally sleep on. It may not be your best night's sleep, but you only have to do it for one night.
Tip #3: Go Light With Exercise
The great thing about Botox is that you can engage in your regular activities. You can engage in light to medium exercise after you get your injection. However, it is a good idea to avoid really strenuous exercise for a few days. For one, your face may be a little sore for a few days. For two, you don't want to put any pressure on your face.
When you get Botox treatments, you can go about your regular activities. You are going to want to keep your hands off your face for an entire day and go light with any exercise you do. When you go to sleep, avoid putting pressure on the side of your face where you received treatment. This will help ensure your treatment is able to work without any interruptions.