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When Can I Wear Makeup After Morpheus8™ Treatment?

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Evelyn Rodriguez, RN | 02/17/2021

Most people want to achieve healthy-looking skin. When your skin is smooth and wrinkle-free, you can minimize makeup products and feel more confident about your complexion. If aging and factors like sun damage have caused fine lines and rough skin texture, it may be time to look into a popular noninvasive solution called Morpheus8 by InMode.

So, how long does Morpheus8 last, and when can you wear makeup after getting treatment? Allura Aesthetics can address all your questions and concerns when you schedule a skin rejuvenation assessment in Boynton Beach, FL. Our skilled team can review Morpheus8 recovery instructions with you in detail.

Common signs of aging and skin damage

Natural aging causes the skin to wrinkle and sag over time. Years of sun exposure or activities like smoking could also lead to problems like damaged skin and discoloration. While most people can slow the progress of skin issues with over-the-counter products, results are often minimal. Allura Aesthetics offers Morpheus8, a treatment that uses a combination of advanced radiofrequency (RF) energy and microneedling.

Morpheus8 works to treat the following in Boynton Beach, FL:

  • Sun damage
  • Acne scars
  • Dull skin tone
  • Enlarged pores
  • Loss of skin elasticity
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Uneven skin texture
  • Hyperpigmentation

How Morpheus8 is performed

We conduct Morpheus8 treatment with a local anesthetic to make the process as comfortable as possible. Allura Aesthetics uses a small handheld applicator with tiny needles to create small injuries in the skin. This jumpstarts your body’s healing processes and generates new collagen and elastin in the area. Radiofrequency energy is also delivered for skin rejuvenation results. When this is complete, a member of our team can offer information about what to expect during Morpheus8 recovery.

When you can wear makeup again

Patients should expect some redness and swelling that should resolve within several days. Small pinpoint scabs will also appear after 24 – 72 hours. It is important to clean your skin as instructed and keep yourself hydrated during this time. Most people can return to daily activities since downtime is minimal, but try to stay away from strenuous workouts. Patients can safely apply light makeup 1 – 2 days after treatment. It is best to wait until all scabs have fallen away before using any heavy cosmetics or exfoliants.

How long does Morpheus8 last?

Patients should keep in mind that while noticeable improvement happens after just one Morpheus8 treatment session, several treatments may be required for optimal outcomes. Allura Aesthetics can give you an exact timeline, but most people generally need 3 – 4 sessions spaced out 3 – 4 weeks apart. So, how long does Morpheus8 last? The good news is that most people can see great results from their procedure for at least several months.

Skin rejuvenation with Morpheus8

Do you have loose skin or fine facial wrinkles? Tired of ineffective drugstore products? Now you have an innovative nonsurgical solution to common signs of aging. Allura Aesthetics presents the advanced Morpheus8 at our facility in Boynton Beach, FL. When you come in for a skin assessment, we can learn about your goals and examine your specific problem areas together. Our skilled team can create a custom treatment plan for you.

There are many “medspas” in South Florida, but here’s only one Allura MedSpa + Wellness. Our highly certified medical professionals ensure that your treatments deliver medically sound and beautiful aesthetic results. At the same time, our luxurious private salon suites offer you the relaxing comfort and decadence of a high-end spa day. Schedule a consultation today to discover why Allura MedSpa + Wellness truly lives up to its name.