What foods should I avoid after getting lip fillers/injections?

What foods should I avoid after getting lip fillers/injections?

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  1. Lip filler is a wonderful procedure to augment and beautify your lips. Here is an example:

    What foods should I avoid after getting lip fillers/injections?

    But there are certain precautions to be taken post lip filler injections. These are:
    * No hot/cold beverages for 3 hours: This is because most of the hyaluronic acid based fillers contain lignocaine in it. This is an anaesthetic agent that can numb your lip. So if you drink any hot or cold beverages immediately after the procedure, you can develop burn/blisters.
    * No tap water exposure for 12 hours. Lip filler involve multiple injections all over the lips. These needle pricks take 12 hours time to reseal themselves. Therefore, avoid tap water for fear of contracting any opportunistic infections.
    * No kissing/sucking/blowing for…

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  2. The lip filler are the products which can react based on the things eaten by the bearer after the injection so one has to make sure that they eat perfectly clean and healthy food and best supposed is try to avoid eating for 4-5 hours after you are injected with lip filler and also make sure that you do not consume tap water.

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  3. Try to avoid foods that would require you to open your mouth too much. After injections on your lips, you may experience increased sensitivity due to bruising or inflammation. Definitely avoid anything that can irritate your lips like hot sauce or something acidic like lemon juice. Not that the contents are bad for your health, but you will experience an increased burning sensation if you do

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  4. There are a few different foods that you should avoid after getting lip fillers injections. First, make sure you avoid alcohol or anything acidic. These can cause the injection to wear off quicker and result in pain. Foods to avoid include anything with tomatoes, citrus fruits, coffee, tea, mint, onion, garlic, vinegar, or excessive amounts of sugar.
    You should also avoid fatty foods. These can decrease the texture of your lips after your lip fillers injection , and make the lip filler wear off more quickly.
    Foods to avoid include butter, margarine, mayonnaise, cream cheese, cottage cheese, bacon, lard, sausage, hamburger, pizza, tacos, ice cream, cake, pie, cookies, brownies, donuts, potato chips, fried foods, gravies, sausages, and potato chips.
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    Also, avoid juices with high levels of sugar such as soda and sweetened beverages such as fruit drinks and sweetened teas.
    Don’t think that these restrictions will apply only to food items you eat at restaurants or when dining out.
    Some food items can be found at home, including those that come from a grocery store or a restaurant. The following foods should also be avoided after getting lip fillers injections:
    sugar, fat, beef, pork, lamb, beer, vinegar, starch, cellulose, malt, flour, garlic, onion, leek, beer, alcohol, lard, mustard, chocolate, coffee, tea, blackcurrant, sweet pepper, red pepper, soybean, lemon, grapefruit, tomato, apricot, plum, peanut, saffron, fennel
    , shallot, watercress, eggplant, walnut, oyster mushroom, mackerel, bean sprout, squid, seaweed, mussel, soybean curd, fermented shrimp, lotus seed, and ginseng.
    Fruits and vegetables to avoid include apples, aubergines, avocado, corn, peach, persimmon, pomegranate, spinach, cucumber, tomato, kale, cauliflower, celery, lettuce, radish, zucchini, and carrot.
    Avoiding certain foods may also protect against cancer by reducing the risk of aflatoxin exposure and its carcinogenic effects.

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  5. On the first day after getting your fillers eat those foods which are not messy and you can chew them easily and also avoid any acidic and spicy food to prevent from any burning sensation on first day. Avoid drinking from straw so that there should be no unnecessary pressure on your lips. For 2-3 days don’t take any vitamin E/ omega 3 supplements as it can in…

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  6. You are able to eat whatever you want as soon as you want. It is up to you.
    The only recommendation from doctors is that you should be aware that some injections, such as Juvederm, contain a local anesthetic (lidocaine in this example). Having numb lips could make it difficult to eat and, together with some swelling, could make you bite your lips or you could burn them with a hot beverage because you don’t feel the pain.
    So sometimes it is advised to wait 2–4 hours after the procedure and this is said just so that the effects of the local anesthetic will wear off.

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  7. Most fillers contain local Anaesthetics. Hence after filler injection the lips tend to be numb for about two to three hours. Anything too hot might burn your lips. Hence better to avoid anything too hot and too cold.

    Eight O’Clock

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  8. Generally speaking on the first day stick to foods that are easy to eat and chew. ‘Messy’ foods may cause you to lick/wipe your lips more frequently which should be avoided on the first day. You should avoid touching your lips as much as possible to reduce the risk of infection.
    Avoid drinking from a straw on the first day as this creates pressure on the lips. Any uneccesary manipulation of that area should be avoided.
    Also avoid taking any vitamin E/ omega 3 supplements for 2–3 days afterward as this can increase the risk of bleeding/bruising.
    As previously mentioned acidic and spicy foods may cause stinging/burning sensation especially on the first day as the skin has been broken and is still in early healing stages.

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  9. After getting the lip filler you must avoid supplements, including St. John’s Wort, gingko biloba, primrose oil, garlic, ginseng, and Vitamin E for one week prior to injections. Avoid topical products such as Tretinoin (Retin-A), Retinol, Retinoids, Glycolic Acid, or any “Anti-Aging” products for 2 days prior.

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  10. It is by and large prescribed to try not to drink alcohol for a couple of days after getting lip fillers or some other injectable facial treatment, similar to BOTOX. After lip injections, patients ought to also maintain a strategic distance from whatever powers the lips to pucker, like drinking from a straw or smoking a cigarette.

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  11. You can eat anything, I’ve had lip fillers quite a few times; I ate everything I normally do. Just be careful, it becomes very addictive.

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  12. The main thing to avoid hot and spicy food for 14 days. Do not smoke or drink alcohol for 7 days. Do not chew too hard and do not swell your lips. Then your result will be of sufficient quality.

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  13. Avoid taking Aspirin, Non-steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDS) such as Motrin for 5 days prior to procedure. Vitamin E, Fish Oil, Ginko Biloba, St Johns Wart, Ginseng, and Garlic 7-10 days prior to the procedure.

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  14. Alcohol – though it’s tempting to toast to your lovely results, drinking in the first 24 hours could lead to bruising and swelling.

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