Hi, most doctors advise waiting a couple of weeks after having the vaccination before having fillers (or, if you’ve had fillers, to wait a couple of weeks before having the jab). There are relatively few instances where having the vaccination causes an immune reaction that makes fillers swell temporarily – but it can happen.
With Botox or other wrinkle-relaxing toxins, the general advice is the same – to wait two weeks after having the vaccine.
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