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BODY SERVICES INSTRUCTIONS

  • CoolSculpting
  • Sculptra Butt Lift
  • Radiesse
  • Kybella
  • Laser Hair Reduction
  • Botox and Dysport Wrinkle Relaxers

CoolSculpting

Before Your CoolSculpting Treatment

  • Please plan your treatment to allow for several days of potential swelling and bruising.
  • If possible do not apply lotions/creams or perfumes to the treatment areas the day of your appointment.
  • Avoiding Advil, Ibuprofen, Aleve, Aspirin, Motrin, Vitamin E, fish oil, St. John’s Wort, and other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory products 5 days prior to treatment is best to decrease your risk of bruising. Do not stop taking any medications that have been prescribed to you without first discussing with your prescribing medical provider. Notify the Provider who will be performing the treatment of any bleeding disorders/clotting.
  • Do inform your Provider of all medical conditions, medications you are taking, skin disorders, surgical history, allergies, history of anaphylaxis, and any other medical problems.
  • Avoid drinking alcoholic beverages 48 hours before treatment to reduce risk of bruising.
  • Do consider taking over the counter Arnica supplements if not contraindicated with your current medication regimen (available online, at most supplement stores, Whole Foods, etc) to help reduce the risk of bruising, start taking oral Arnica 7-10 days before treatment. Continue taking after treatment until bruising and/or swelling has subsided. Take as directed on the bottle.
  • Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding cannot be treated.
  • Clients actively undergoing chemo or radiation treatment cannot be treated. Clients must be in remission 6 months to be treated.
  • Please wear comfortable clothing, dark undergarments, and an extra change of underwear.
  • Bring chargers for the electronics you bring. Download movies and TV shows prior to your appointment as Juvly’s WiFi doesn’t work in all treatment rooms.

After Your CoolSculpting Treatment

  • To enhance your CoolSculpting results, a massage to the treated area will be performed immediately after the applicator is removed.
  • It is common to look or feel mildly sore/stiff or swollen immediately after being treated. Transient blanching (temporary whitening) of the skin may occur.
  • You may feel a sense of nausea or dizziness as your body naturally warms and sensation returns to the treated area. These are normal reactions that usually resolve within minutes
  • The treated area may be red for a few hours after treatment and this is normal.
  • Bruising, swelling, and tenderness, can occur in the treated area and will resolve in a couple weeks.
  • Temporary dullness of sensation to the area treated may occur and last for several weeks after your treatment.
  • There typically is minimal recovery time after CoolSculpting.
  • Most people return to their daily schedule immediately after the procedure, with no restrictions.

Next Steps To Protect Your CoolSculpting Investment

  • Weight gain will prevent you from appreciating your CoolSculpting results.
  • Maintaining a healthy weight, diet, and exercise program can help to prevent this.
  • Schedule a follow up appointment 90 days after your procedure to review your clinical results and discuss the option of additional treatments – which may be needed to achieve desired fat reduction.

Sculptra Butt Lift

Before Your Sculptra BBL Treatment

  • Please plan your treatment to allow for several days of potential swelling, soreness and bruising.
  • If you have an active cold sore, fever blister, canker sore, or shingles you will need to postpone treatment. If you are prone to developing cold sores, fever blisters, or shingles, please contact us 1 week before treatment for recommendations.
  • If you’ve started any antibiotics or other medications since your initial visit, please let us know.
  • Avoiding Advil, Ibuprofen, Aleve, Aspirin, Motrin, Vitamin E, fish oil, St. John’s Wort, and other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory products 5 days prior to treatment to decrease your risk of bruising. Do not stop taking any medications that have been prescribed to you without first discussing with your prescribing medical provider.
  • Do inform your clinician of all medical conditions, medications you are taking, skin disorders, allergies, history of anaphylaxis, and any other medical problems.
  • Avoid drinking alcoholic beverages 48 hours before treatment to reduce risk of bruising.
  • To reduce the risk of bruising, consider taking over the counter Arnica supplements if not contraindicated with your current medication regimen (available online, at most supplement stores). Start taking oral Arnica 7-10 days before treatment. Take as directed on the bottle.
  • Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding cannot be treated.
  • Clients actively undergoing chemo or radiation treatment cannot be treated. Clients must be in remission 12 months to be treated.
  • Tylenol will not increase the chance of bruising and is preferred for the week prior to treatment. To help with possible discomfort, you may take acetaminophen (i.e. Tylenol) one hour prior to your scheduled appointment. Do not take more than 3000mg of acetaminophen/Tylenol in a 24 hour period.

After Your Sculptra BBL Treatment

  • Treated areas may be red, swollen, and bruised for the first 2-14 days.
  • Avoid strenuous workouts and alcohol for 24 hours.
  • A few days after treatment, the injected volume will absorb and you will look as you did before treatment. This is normal. Your body will gradually build collagen in the treatment areas and full results may be seen in about 3 months.

Radiesse

Before Your Radiesse Treatment

  • Please plan your treatment to allow for several days of potential swelling, soreness, and bruising.
  • If you have an active cold sore/fever blister, canker sore, shingles you will need to postpone treatment.
  • If you are prone to developing cold sores/fever blisters or shingles, please contact us 1 week before treatment for recommendations.
  • If you’ve started any antibiotics or other medications since your initial visit, please let us know.
  • Avoiding Advil, Ibuprofen, Aleve, Aspirin, Motrin, Vitamin E, fish oil, St. John’s Wort, and other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory products 5 days prior to treatment is best to decrease your risk of bruising. Do not stop taking any medications that have been prescribed to you without first discussing with your prescribing medical provider.
  • Do inform your Master Provider of all medical conditions, medications you are taking, skin disorders, allergies, history of anaphylaxis, and any other medical problems.
  • Avoid drinking alcoholic beverages 48 hours before treatment to reduce risk of bruising.
  • If you have any upcoming x-rays, CT scans, MRIs, or any medical grade visual scan- please be advised that radiesse will show up on these scans, so it is imperative to inform your medical provider ordering those scans.
  • Do consider taking over the counter Arnica supplements if not contraindicated with your current medication regimen (available online, at most supplement stores, at Juvly, Whole Foods, etc) to help reduce the risk of bruising, start taking oral Arnica 7-10 days before treatment. Take as directed on the bottle.
  • It is preferred for patient to start taking an antihistamine (Claritin, Zyrtec or Loratadine) for 3 days prior to treatment to help reduce the chance of swelling.
  • Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding cannot be treated.
  • Patients actively undergoing chemo or radiation treatment cannot be treated. Patients must be in remission for 12 months to be treated.
  • Tylenol will not cause bruising and is preferred for the week prior to treatment. To avoid possible discomfort, you may take 1g of acetaminophen (i.e. Tylenol) one hour prior to your scheduled appointment.

After Your Radiesse Treatment

  • You might have some redness and swelling that should resolve within several days. Bruising may occur, and may last up to 14 days. Cold compresses/ice may be used immediately after treatment to reduce swelling. You may apply a cold compress to the area for several seconds at a time, up to 20 minutes per hour, and you may do this hourly for 3 days.
  • Call our office if you notice blanching (whitening of the skin) or have any other concerns.
  • Do not manipulate, push, or rub injection sites within the first 48 hours.
  • Exercise should be avoided within the first 24-72 hours as it may increase swelling.
  • Retreating before the product has fully dissipated may enhance the lasting effect. Please be sure to consult our office about recommendations for touch-up or follow up treatments.

Kybella

Before Your Kybella Treatment

  • Please plan your treatment to allow for several days of potential swelling and bruising. Swelling may last up to 4 weeks. Consider a scarf or turtleneck to camouflage when treating the chin, jawline, or cheeks.
  • If you’ve started any antibiotics or other medications since your initial visit, please let us know.
  • You cannot be treated if you are pregnant or nursing.
  • You may not be treated if you have a history of difficulty swallowing, nerve injury, or weakness in the lower face you if you are treating your chin, jawline, or cheeks.
  • Inform your medical provider if you are on blood thinners, or have had procedures or surgery of your lower face or neck.
  • If you have an active cold sore, fever blister, canker sore, or shingles you will need to postpone treatment. If you are prone to developing cold sores, fever blisters, or shingles, please contact us 1 week before treatment for recommendations.
  • Avoiding Advil, Ibuprofen, Aleve, Aspirin, Motrin, Vitamin E, fish oil, St. John’s Wort, and other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory products 5 days prior to treatment to decrease your risk of bruising. Do not stop taking any medications that have been prescribed to you without first discussing with your prescribing medical provider.
  • Do inform your Master Provider of all medical conditions, medications you are taking, skin disorders, allergies, history of anaphylaxis, and any other medical problems.
  • Tylenol will not increase the chance of bruising and is preferred for the week prior to treatment. To help with possible discomfort, you may take acetaminophen (i.e. Tylenol) one hour prior to your scheduled appointment. Do not take more than 3000mg of acetaminophen/Tylenol in a 24 hour period.
  • Avoid drinking alcoholic beverages 48 hours before treatment to reduce risk of bruising.
  • To reduce the risk of bruising, consider taking over the counter Arnica supplements if not contraindicated with your current medication regimen (available online, at most supplement stores). Start taking oral Arnica 7-10 days before treatment. Take as directed on the bottle.
  • Patients actively undergoing chemotherapy or radiation treatment cannot be treated. Patient must be in remission 12 months to be treated.

After Your Kybella Treatment

  • You should expect swelling and redness. You may also experience bruising, pain, numbness, and induration. This will normally last around 7 days, and for some customers may last up to 4 weeks. Some clients will experience numbness for longer than 4 weeks.
  • You may elect to ice the area post treatment, but must do so very carefully. Use an ice pack with the fabric side against the skin, or wrap a soft plastic ice pack in a wet thin towel. Apply the ice pack approximately 30 seconds on, and 30 seconds off. Icing too vigorously can cause frostbite and scarring. You may apply a cold compress to the area for 20 minutes per hour, and you may do this hourly for up to 3 days.
  • Do not participate in strenuous activity for 3 days following treatment.
  • Sleeping with your head elevated may help avoid increased swelling.
  • Do not scratch, pick or traumatize the area in any way. Do not massage or manipulate the injection sites.
  • You may apply your normal skin care regimen and sunscreen.
  • Kybella treatments are done in a series, for best results we recommend a series of 2-4 treatments spaced about 2-3 months apartment.
  • Call our offices if you have any difficulty swallowing, crusting or scabbing, asymmetry of your smile or any other unusual symptoms.

Suggested Skincare

  • SkinMedica offers a line of products containing TNS, a compound which promotes skin healing and renewal and is a great addition to your skincare regimen. These products are available at our office.
  • Remember, daily sunscreen with an SPF of 30 is recommended to maintain your improved skin.

Laser Hair Instruction

Before Your Laser Hair Reduction Treatment

  • Please note, the laser is not effective on blonde, white, gray, or red hair.
  • Clean shave the area to be treated 24-48hrs before the treatment; preferably with a fresh razor.
  • Skin must not have any sun exposure or tanning bed use 4 weeks before treatment. Sunscreen should be used daily.
  • Do not spray tan or use self-tanner for 2 weeks before treatment.
  • If you have an active cold sore/fever blister, canker sore, or shingles you will need to postpone treatment. If you are prone to developing cold sores, fever blisters, or shingles, please contact us 1 week before treatment at info@juvly.com for recommendations.
  • If you are treating your face, avoid any irritants or sensitizing agents (such as retinol, tretinoin, glycolic acid, salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, astringents, and topical Vitamin C) 7 days before treatment. If your skin is irritated please contact our office at least 24 hours prior to your appointment to reschedule.
  • Do not tweeze or wax, or use depilatories (Nair) for at least 4 weeks prior to treatment as this removes the root of the hair which is the target.
  • Do not bleach hair for 4 weeks prior to treatment as laser is ineffective on bleached hairs.
  • If possible, please do not wear any makeup prior to your facial treatment.
  • In women, skin may be more sensitive during a menstrual period.
  • Women may not be treated while pregnant.
  • Patients actively undergoing chemotherapy or radiation treatment cannot be treated. Patients must be in remission for 6 months to be treated.
  • If you have recently used the medication Accutane, please postpone treatment until at least six months after stopping the medication.
  • Inform your Provider or Aesthetician of all medical conditions, medications you are taking, skin disorders, allergies, and any other medical problems.

After Your Laser Hair Reduction Treatment

  • Continue sun precautions for at least 2 weeks, and use a sunscreen with minimum SPF of 30 at all times.
  • Until initial skin irritation subsides, avoid hot water or any products irritating to the skin. Redness and perifollicular edema (bumps around hair follicle) are common and will resolve with time.
  • The laser destroys only hair roots that are in the active growth phase. For best results, a minimum of 6-10 treatments are needed for effective results.
  • Hair reduction will not be immediately noticeable. Affected hairs will typically release from the body within 1-3 weeks. Until this time, hairs may appear to continue growing and feel more coarse than usual until the body is able to expel them.
  • Do not wax or pluck treated areas between treatments.

Suggested Skincare

  • Cerave PM for the face and Cerave Moisturizing Cream for legs as well are recommended after your laser treatment.

Botox and Dysport Wrinkle Relaxers

Before Your Wrinkle Relaxer Treatment

  • If you’ve started any antibiotics or medications since your initial visit, please let us know.
  • Avoid Advil, Ibuprofen, Aleve, Motrin, Vitamin E, Fish Oil, St. John’s Wort, and other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory products 14 day prior to treatment to help decrease your chance of bruising. Do not stop taking any medications that have been prescribed to you without consulting your prescribing physician.
  • Avoid drinking alcoholic beverages 48 hours before treatment to reduce chances of bruising.
  • To help reduce the chances of bruising, start taking oral Arnica 7-10 days before treatment. Take as directed on the bottle.
  • If you are being treated for excessive sweating, you may wear deodorant on the day of your appointment.
  • You cannot be treated if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
  • Clients actively undergoing chemotherapy or radiation treatment cannot be treated. Clients must be in remission for 6 months to be treated.
  • Please inform your Master Provider of all medical conditions, medications you are taking, skin disorders, allergies, history of anaphylaxis, and any other medical problems you may have.

After Your Wrinkle Relaxer Treatment

  • You may receive multiple procedures on the same day as your Wrinkle Relaxer appointment. Dermal fillers can be done before or after a Wrinkle Relaxer treatment. Microneedling must be performed prior to receiving Wrinkle Relaxers. If you wish to get Dermal filler, Microneedling, and Wrinkle Relaxer, they would be done in that order.
  • Do not participate in any strenuous exercise for a minimum 24 hours.
  • Do not massage or manipulate injection sites for 24 hours.
  • Bruising may occur after injections, and typically resolves within 14 days.
  • Allow 10 days for Botox, Dysport, or Xeomin to fully set in before judging the final result, even though some benefits are typically seen earlier. In some clients, it may take up to 14 days to reach full effect. An improvement in skin appearance may begin after Botox/Dysport is fully set in.
  • If you are being treated for excessive sweating you may wear deodorant after your treatment.
  • Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin are FDA indicated to last about 3 months. However, everyone is unique and the longevity and amount of product required will differ per person.

Suggested Skincare

  • AM – SkinMedica TNS Essential Serum + Skinmedica HA5 + SkinBetter Lines
  • PM – SkinMedica Retinol .5 + Skinmedica Dermal Repair Moisturizer or Obagi Nu Derm or CRX System
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