I agree completely with Carole! However, your topicals should be okay probably even sooner than the Clarisonic and dermaroller. As I am someone that also gets fillers, as well as Botox, I will say that I have had concerns regarding the filler and dermarollers too. I often wonder if the effects of the dermaroller might cause migration, to some degree, when used on a face with filler. Honestly, as a result, I no longer use my dermaroller until my filler is almost gone, or I am due for more. I am also considering permanent filler (fat used from the body) in the future. I feel more confident that my own fat would probably not migrate.
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Hello Carole, Thank you for your question to the community. We would not recommend using anything like a Clarisonic device and certainly not a Dermaroller for 14 days post treatment. Exactly what grade of roller are you using for yourself? I am a little confused as to why your medical aesthetics practitioner was bereft of such advice following your treatment. After care advice is an essential part of medical cosmetics. If you have any further queries then please just let us know. With best regards Helen Bowes Registered Practitioner No. MD1248/12 Advanced Medical Aesthetics Practitioner Skin Beautiful Medical & Cosmetic Clinic Authorised Genuine Dermaroller™ Clinic