When it comes to exercising right after your injectables, you may want to skip your workout session on the day of your treatment. According to WebMD, your doctor will usually advise you to avoid “exercise for at least three hours” after getting Botox or fillers. Alan Durkin, M.D., and founder of Ocean Drive Plastic Surgery tells Shape, “[D]uring the timeframe between injection and Botox binding [to the muscle], there is an opportunity for the Botox to ‘migrate’ as it has not bound to the muscle.” He claims that workouts can increase migration, which you want to avoid. 

If you get fillers, you’ll want to be more careful with your workout routine post-treatment as well. Melanie Palm, a board-certified dermatologist, tells Women’s Health, “Sometimes, hyaluronic acid fillers tend to get metabolized away a little bit more quickly, despite using adequate amounts,”

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