3 Do’s & Don’ts for the Week before Your Profound Treatment

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Profound, the non-surgical facelift, is quickly becoming one of the most popular med spa treatments on the market. Known for its incredible results with minimal downtime, many people are thrilled to have another option for rolling back the clock.

With the right Profound prep, you should enjoy excellent results.

However, much like a surgical procedure, there are some preparation steps you need to take. Here are three do’s and don’ts for the week before your Profound treatment.

Do Hydrate Well Every Day

Step one of how to prep for Profound treatments is to drink 64 ounces of water each day in the week before treatment. Hydrated skin responds best to Profound.

Don’t Indulge Your Bad Habits

Alcohol, tobacco and non-nutritious foods should be off limits in the week before treatment. Alcohol and tobacco harm your skin, while good nutrition prepares your body to respond to treatment.

Do Discuss Your Prescriptions with Your Provider

Some medications can cause complications when paired with Profound treatment. Be open with your provider about any prescriptions you are on.

Don’t Take NSAIDS

While you might be tempted to take over the counter pain medications just in case Profound causes discomfort, taking the wrong ones will cause bruising.

Do Disclose Your HSV Status

The herpes virus and Profound do not interact well. However, you can still be treated. You just need an antiviral medication first.

Don’t Catch any UV Rays

Finally, a big “what not to do” before Profound is spend time in the sun or in a tanning bed. Avoid UV rays as much as possible for 5 days before your treatment.

For more information about Profound, contact our office at 813-877-8067 or fill out our contact form.

 

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3 Do’s & Don’ts for the Week before Your Profound Treatment
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3 Do’s & Don’ts for the Week before Your Profound Treatment
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How should you prep for Profound treatments? Board-certified laser technician Caroll Delo at Simply Smooth Laser Center in Tampa explains what to do.
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