Does extreme heat from hot yoga make fillers fade faster than normal?

I have Juvederm and Radiesse dermal fillers. Will taking hot yoga classes cause my fillers to fade faster than normal?

Answers from doctors (3)


Wade Laser Clinic

Published on Apr 09, 2015

In my experience, some individuals may notice that their fillers are not staying as "plump" or lasting as long. This may be caused by dehydration. If you are doing a lot of hot yoga (more than a couple of times a week) and not drinking enough water, then yes, your fillers may fade faster. I would recommend a good topical hydrating serum to prolong the effects of your fillers and water, water, water.

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Answered by Wade Laser Clinic

In my experience, some individuals may notice that their fillers are not staying as "plump" or lasting as long. This may be caused by dehydration. If you are doing a lot of hot yoga (more than a couple of times a week) and not drinking enough water, then yes, your fillers may fade faster. I would recommend a good topical hydrating serum to prolong the effects of your fillers and water, water, water.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Total Cosmetix & Laser Body Sculpting

Published on Apr 08, 2015

I don't believe hot yoga will have any effect on your fillers.

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Answered by Total Cosmetix & Laser Body Sculpting

I don't believe hot yoga will have any effect on your fillers.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Celibre Medical Corporation

Published on Apr 08, 2015

There is no way to know the answer to this as it has not been clinically studied. Some patients that are active believe that they metabolize the product more quickly, but this has not been our experience.

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Answered by Celibre Medical Corporation

There is no way to know the answer to this as it has not been clinically studied. Some patients that are active believe that they metabolize the product more quickly, but this has not been our experience.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


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