Do Fillers Cause Hard Lumps Under the Skin?

Hard, tender lumps may indicate that your body has reacted to the filler. A mild allergic reaction can be quickly and easily treated with a prescription for steroids, which our aesthetic medicine professional can provide. This prescription is available at most pharmacies. Lumps usually occur due to bruising under the filler. To prevent skin bumps from forming after an injection, it is important to take steps to prevent bruising.

Before treatment, avoiding certain medications or supplements (blood thinners), avoiding alcohol, and talking to your doctor about any problems you've had in the past will help reduce the risk of bruising. After treatment, there are additional steps you can take to minimize bruising, such as using ice, avoiding certain medications, avoiding alcohol and using moisturizers with hyaluronic acid. The good news is that yes, those pesky lumps of filler will eventually go away. In fact, it is very rare for patients to experience irritations or lumps after the procedure, but if they do, it is expected that they will disappear after a few days. At most, it can take 2 to 3 weeks to fully resolve them with minimal downtime.

It is perfectly normal to have a bump or lump after applying the filler. First of all, don't panic - most cases of lumpy filling resolve on their own or with basic care at home. When you notice a lumpy filling, be aware of your timeline. Within the first two weeks after injections, it is normal for bumps and lumps to form as the cheek filler is settling. If they are particularly pronounced, the injector may recommend massaging the filler. Lumps that appear after dermal filling are a common problem and may be normal and temporary, or may need to be reviewed.

Also tell your injector if you have had a history or if you have had any lumps from dermal filler in the past that have not resolved for more than 4 weeks after the injection. It is very common to feel bumps on the skin in the days following an injection of dermal filler into the face, including the upper lip, cheeks, and chin area, and along wrinkles and creases when injecting to lift them up. He answered questions, offered suggestions and made me feel comfortable injecting BoNTA and dermal fillers into my first model.