Planning a wedding can be overwhelming and daunting, but it doesn’t have to be! We look at the Botox and filler timeline that will help you look your best on your special day.
In the middle of wedding planning’s excitement, expectations, pressures, and tensions, many brides worry that their skincare won’t fulfill their beauty goals. Many modern brides use injectables like dermal fillers or Botox to make themselves look better on their wedding day and get the famous glow.
Our specialists help nervous brides relax and look beautiful on their wedding day. Anti-aging and skin-improvement procedures should be scheduled months in advance. We recommend scheduling your initial six-month visit to discuss your skincare routine, injectables, fillers, and Botox treatment.
Patients can return to our office for any changes or touch-ups in the weeks after their first session, closer to their wedding day, to see the full results of the first treatment and ensure no bruising, swelling, or side effects have gone away.
Botox is still the best medical aesthetic therapy today. Botox is a highly purified protein. The FDA has approved this prescription injectable to temporarily smooth out moderate to severe crow’s feet lines and frown lines between the brows. Most people don’t know that it can use to treat hyperhidrosis, which is excessive sweating in the palms or underarms, wrinkles, crow’s feet, frown or “worry” lines, brow lift, and nose bunny lines.
It’s ideal to do it four to six weeks before your wedding to give your body time to adjust. Botox should be done 4-6 weeks before your wedding because it takes two weeks to fully settle, and you don’t want to seem stiff or strange in your photos.
If you only want Botox for the wedding, try it four to six months ahead to see the “full results” and decide if you “love” it.
One-year and six-month timelines included discussions about testing out dermal fillers and Botox injections. You can take your time locating a board-certified specialist who understands your aesthetic priorities. And because hyaluronidase can break down HA (hyaluronic acid) fillers like Juvéderm, Botox, Sculpsure, and Dysport starting early lets you fix or get rid of any bad effects.
On the other hand, regular filler users should schedule their final session one month before the wedding to allow for a final touch-up. You can take time to get over any discomfort or swelling the injections may create. The duration of filler varies depending on the type; however, it can range from six months to two years.
The Bottom Line
Make an appointment with Reviva Medical Aesthetics if you want to get Botox and filler before your wedding in a month. This is a great chance to change your look with non-invasive but effective skin care procedures.
Contact us if you want to learn more about skin care or treatment options to look and feel confident on your wedding day.