- pregnancy and breast-feeding
- allergy to substances present in the preparation
- skin does not tolerate injections well
- usage of anticoagulant medicine and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs over the last couple of days before procedure (i.e. Aspirin, Acard)
- heart medical diseases
- severe lung and kidneys insufficiency
- usage of anticoagulants
- autoimmune diseases (self-aggression) – medical disorders involving the body being attacked by its own immune system which produces antibodies against its own, healthy tissues. We count among them: the Graves’ disease and Hashimoto’s thyroiditis; multiple sclerosis, muscle stiffness (hypertonia, myasthenia gravis), rheumatoid arthritis, scleroderma, Sjogren’s syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibrositis et cetera
- bacterial, fungal or viral skin states
A few days before this treatment it is recommended to rub the skin with a preparation containing vitamin K. It seals the endothelium of blood vessels, it prevents internal bleedings and it has anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. You should also withhold from using aspirin two weeks before this procedure.
Depending on the part of the body being treated – the skin might be slightly reddened and swollen to a few hours after the procedure. Also little lumps might appear (similar to mosquito bites) in the face, neck and neckline regions, where the preparation has been administered. They should disappear after a couple of hours but in some cases they may linger for several more days.
The formation of bruises and blotches is possible in the areas of injections which can linger for several more days.
A repetition of this procedure at regular intervals is required to obtain maximum results. During the series of treatments it is recommended to limit sunbathing and visits to the solarium for a minimum period of 7 days after the procedure. Additionally for the minimum period of 24 hours after the treatment it is not recommended to use sauna, steam room; warm baths, Jacuzzi or swimming pool.