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Post Care


Morpheus8 Detailed instructions

Ten to Fourteen Days Before Treatments
  • Stop taking NSAID medicines such as Asprins, Ibprofen, and Naproxen since they interfere with normal blood clotting. Check medication labels for the active ingredient.

  • You may take Acetaminophen (Tylenol) as needed for pain not to exceed 3000 mg a day.

  • Discontinue any irritant type of topical products such as Alpha Hydroxy Acids, Beta Hydroxy Acid, Retinol (Vitamin A), Vitamin C (in a low pH formula), scrubs, or anything perceived as active skincare.

  • No prolonged sun exposure to the area being treated. Sunburned skin can not be treated with Morpheus8.

  • If you have a history of Herpes breakouts, you will need to start preventative medication three days before your treatment. Please talk to your provider, if you have this issue and were not given a prescription for medication.

Day of Treatment
  • Shower as usual.

  • Do not apply any lotion, powder, oils, or other products to treatment areas.

  • Cleanse the area and do not apply make-up if you plan to treat the face/neck area.

  • If you have long hair, bring a hair tie to pull it back.

What To Expect During Your Treatment
  • When you arrive, you will review and sign your consent forms.

  • You will be taken to an exam room and have photographs taken.

  • We will clean your skin and apply a topical anesthetic to the treated area.

  • You will need to let the numbing cream sit for 45-60 minutes. (we use potent numbing cream, but it takes time to work). We encourage you to bring something to keep yourself occupied while the numbing cream works. Bring a book, a magazine, a computer, or headphones to use while you wait.

  • After 45 minutes, your esthetician will come in and add extra numbing cream if needed. The use of this numbing medication is discussed during your consultation.

  • Once you are numb, treatment will begin.

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Contact US

(352) 816-2920 

606 SE 3rd Ave, Ocala, FL 34471

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