Eligibility for Restylane Sub Q

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Because Restylane Sub Q is made primarily from hyaluronic acid, it means that the majority of people are eligible for the treatments. This is because it is a pure and natural product that is already found in the human body, meaning that it is unlikely to suffer any adverse reactions to the injection.

There are, as with all treatments of this kind, a couple of restrictions that are worth noting. For example, the treatments are not recommended for women who are pregnant or breast feeding, or for people who with a hypersensitivity to hyaluronic acid. Other issues that generally do not affect your suitability to the treatment but are worth looking a bit further into include the suitability of the product for people using blood thinners, if you are prone to cold sores, and if you have had a previous negative reaction to dermal fillers.

Restylane Sub Q Treatment Whilst on Blood Thinners

If you currently use any kind of blood thinning medication it is important to inform your practitioner beforehand. It is recommended by Restylane Sub Q manufacturers that you should avoid blood thinning treatments up to around a week before you undergo your treatment. The reason for this is due to potential extensive bruising around the designated area to be treated, which, although not dangerous in any way, will leave you having to wait for the bruising to go down before you can properly view your transformation.

Restylane Sub Q Treatment and Cold Sores

It has been noted as a side effect by a few users of Restylane Sub Q that if you are normally prone to cold sores, the Restylane treatments can sometimes cause them to flare up after you have been treated. This does not happen to everyone, and should not put you off getting the Restylane treatment – it is merely a non-serious potential side effect. If this does happen to you though, just treat the cold sore as you would normally and within a few days you should be back to normal.

Restylane Sub Q and Previous Reactions to Dermal Fillers

If you have had a negative experience with dermal fillers in the past, it does not necessarily mean that you will be unsuitable for any of the Restylane treatments. Even though Restylane Sub Q is one of the most intense treatments available from the range, this does not mean that you are more likely to have another bad experience.

If you know the reasons behind your negative experience prior to Restylane Sub Q, then it is important to discuss these with your practitioner. If, for example, the negativity mainly stems from a reaction to the product, then you need to know if you have a hypersensitivity to hyaluronic acid. If this is the case, then Restylane and other hyaluronic dermal fillers do not recommend this product for you. However, if you were affected by a non-hyaluronic acid filler, then Restylane Sub Q could be the perfect alternative to your prior treatment as it completely pure and natural.

Restylane Sub Q Treatment and Pregnancy or Breast Feeding

Restylane Sub Q is not suitable for use on pregnant women, or mothers who are breast feeding their child. The effects of Restylane Sub Q on a developing baby are unlikely but generally unknown, and therefore it is extremely important that you delay treatment if you believe that you are pregnant. You will be able to return to Restylane Sub Q as usual as soon as you have given birth or have finished the breast feeding course.

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