“Patients should try to avoid smoking and always wear sunscreen to extend the results of Botox,” continues Dr. Peredo. While completely staying out of the sun may be out of the question for some, Kirkland, WA facial plastic surgeon Daniel J. Liebertz, MD says to definitely avoid it at peak UV times during the day. Both doctors agree using an SPF of at least 30 every day is a non-negotiable.

Dr. Liebertz was featured in the article, “7 Ways to Help Your Botox Last Longer, According to Top Doctors” on NewBeauty.com. Click here to read the full article.

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