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NeoGen Care

Pre and Post NeoGen Treatment Instructions

How to Prepare for your NeoGen Treatment

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Avoid the following for 10 days prior to your NeoGen treatment:

  • No Surgery in the area

  • No Retinols being used

  • No Botox

  • No Filler

  • No Sun Exposure (for 7 days)
     

For Maximum Results:

  • No alcohol within 3 days of your treatment.

  • Drink electrolytes 2x a day for 6 days (Propel or Coconut water are good options).

  • Increase your water intake to 2 Liters a day.

  • If there is a history of herpes, pretreat for 3 days before and 3 days after. 
     

Day of treatment:

  • Arrive 15 minutes early.

  • Do not wear any makeup. 

  • Wear glasses, instead of contacts.

  • If you have vellus hair (peach fuzz), please remove via shaving.

 

Address:

The Energy Room

200 W Palmetto Park Road, Suite 202

Boca Raton, FL 33432

Phone: (561) 210-0502

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Post NeoGen Treatment Protocol
(please follow exactly for the best results)

Both Low and High Frequency

 

  • Always use a cotton tip or applicator to apply the barrier cream. Always wash your hands thoroughly using antibacterial soap.

 

  • Keep the skin hydrated & continue electrolyte supplementation for one week.

 

  • If your skin feels tight or dry, reapply the barrier cream.

 

  • Do not pick! Picking may result in an infection or scar.

 

  • The treated skin will generally flake within 2 to 5 days (Low Frequency) and 7 to 10 days (High Frequency). The old skin will come off as you wash your face.

 

  • As your skin flakes, there may be some areas that are lighter or darker. This should even out over time.

 

  • Abstain from exercise 5 days post-treatment.

 

  • Use a sugar scrub (olive oil & sugar) on the night of Day 6 to exfoliate.

 

  • Contact your provider immediately if you have continued pain, blistering, oozing, or concerns about itching in the treated area.
     

 

LOW Frequency

  • Do not cleanse the treated area during the first 24 hours.
     

  • Do not expose your treated skin to the sun for 24 hours and use sunscreen afterwards.

 

HIGH Frequency

  • Do not cleanse the treated area during the first 4 days. You may rinse off under lukewarm water while in the shower, but no scrubbing. Pat dry.
     

  • Do not expose your treated skin to the sun for 5 days and use sunscreen afterwards.
     

  • Densely cover the treated area with the barrier cream to protect the skin. Reapply during the day and at night.
     

  • To ease any discomfort such as itching you may take half of a Benadryl or use hydrocortisone cream (High Frequency treatments only).

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