So, now that you’ve undergone scrotum enhancement injections, you’ll want to ensure that it looks great for as long as possible.
Here at Cosmetic Connection, we believe that patient education is one of the most important parts of your treatment journey. While the procedure may be minor and non-surgical, it is vital that you know how to make the most of your treatment by carefully adhering to the aftercare instructions for your scrotum enhancement injections.
Following the scrotum enhancement injection aftercare is an effective way to achieve and maintain a great and long-lasting result.
What should I avoid after scrotum enhancement injections?
Until the day after your scrotum enhancement injections, you should avoid:
- Applying pressure to the scrotum.
For the first 24 hours after scrotum enhancement injections, you should avoid:
- Intense exercise
- Excessive alcohol
How to reduce swelling after scrotum enhancement injections
Here are some great ways you can minimise any swelling from your scrotum enhancement injections:
- Avoid hot environments for 48 hours. This includes hot showers, saunas and sitting out in the sun.
- Avoid touching, scratching or picking at the skin of the treated areas.
- Gently apply a wrapped ice pack intermittently (10 minutes on, 10 minutes off) for the first 4 hours after your treatment.
How to reduce bruising after scrotum enhancement injections
If you are worried about bruising from your scrotum enhancement injections, consider following these steps:
- Avoid excessive alcohol for 24 hours
- Avoid intense exercise for the first day
- Gently apply a wrapped cold pack intermittently for the first few hours after your scrotum enhancement injections (be careful not to apply any pressure).
What to expect in the first few months after scrotum enhancement injections
In the first few days, there may be some mild swelling and tenderness. The final result should be visible 2 weeks after your procedure when the scrotum enhancement injections take effect.
If it is your first treatment, or if the result from your previous treatment has worn off before you come back for another session, there is a small chance that you will need a second session 2 weeks later to achieve the best result.
You can expect your scrotum enhancement injections to last for 3-6 months on average. As the treatment wears off, your scrotum will gradually return to normal.
Most patients revisit their scrotum enhancement injections every 6 months on average to maintain their result.
Are there any side effects with scrotum enhancement injections?
All cosmetic medical procedures have potential side effects.
When performed with skill, caution and care, scrotum enhancement injection treatment is categorised as a low-risk procedure. You can reduce the risk of side effects by following proper scrotum enhancement injection aftercare.
While it is unlikely, some scrotum enhancement injection treatment side effects that you may experience include:
- Skin redness that will gradually improve in the first few days.
- Bruising which has a <5% risk and is usually mild.
- Mild swelling around the injection sites.
Why is scrotum enhancement injection aftercare important?
No matter if it’s your first scrotum enhancement injection treatment or your tenth, following the scrotum enhancement injection aftercare is very important.
Following these aftercare instructions for your scrotum enhancement treatment is the best way to reduce the chance of side effects and prolong your result.
While these scrotum enhancement injection aftercare steps may seem minor and trivial, not following them may compromise your result.
We want you to achieve the best result possible, so please, take care.
Scrotum enhancement injections
Here at Cosmetic Connection, scrotum enhancement injections are a great option to treat scrotal wrinkles, sweaty balls, a tight sac and testicular retraction.
It is a great option for men who want to rejuvenate their scrotum, have a larger looking sac, and generally invest in self-care.
Check out our comprehensive scrotum enhancement injections treatment page for more information on this procedure.