Laser skin resurfacing is a safe and effective way to show a younger, healthier complexion. This method can not only promote the production of collagen, making the skin firmer and firmer but also improve the embarrassing skin condition such as acne, rosacea and spider veins.
Although recovery after 808nm diode laser hair removal machine surface repair is not as strong as invasive surgery, your skin still needs special treatment to help it heal. If you have recently or are planning a laser resurfacing, be sure to follow this care advice to protect your skin.
Keep your skin moist
After laser resurfacing, it is important to keep the newly exposed skin moist until it heals. Keeping your skin moist helps prevent the formation of scars and helps reduce the healing time of the skin. After surgery, you may get an ointment such as Vaseline or Aquaphor. You need to clean the laser treatment area 4 to 5 times a day, then apply an ointment to prevent dry skin. If you use a product that contains retinol or glycolic acid, your doctor will let you know when you start using it again.
It is normal to experience some swelling after laser skin resurfacing. To try to swell, you can apply ice packs to the affected area. Your doctor may also prescribe some steroids to help relieve swelling on your face. Using an extra pillow to sleep in a higher position can also help reduce facial swelling. Over-the-counter painkillers can help treat any pain.
Minimize redness or darkness
After laser resurfacing, your skin may be raw and will undergo a few days of peeling. After the peeling stops, you can use oil-free cosmetics to minimize redness, which usually resolves within two to three months. Green makeup is ideal for balancing and masking facial redness.
After laser resurfacing, people with darker skin may have hyperpigmentation or darkening of the skin. Bleaching cream can be used after treatment to minimize any unwanted black spots.
Protect skin from sun exposure
After Q Switched ND YAG Laser Machine treatment, the skin is more sensitive to sunlight. If there is not enough sun protection, the skin is easily damaged or even dark spots. It is especially important to use a broad-spectrum sunscreen after laser resurfacing to prevent UVA and UVB rays. Sunscreens should have an SPF rating of 30 or higher.
Since sunscreens disappear during the day, be sure to reapply them regularly - every 2 to 3 hours. Wear UV-protective sunglasses to protect the delicate skin around the eyes from the sun. A hat that covers the face provides extra sun protection. If you can, avoid going outside between 11 am and 4 pm, when the sun's rays are usually the strongest.