After laser treatment, correct and reasonable postoperative skin care can reduce postoperative skin discomfort, avoid pigmentation, and increase the therapeutic effect.
Ice and wet compresses in time after laser surgery can relieve skin pain and avoid pigmentation.
Laser cosmetology generally uses high energy to act on the skin. After surgery, skin redness, mild edema or epidermal damage may occur. Cold spray, ice compress or wet compress mask should be applied to the treatment area immediately. Do not rub the skin. Generally, erythema Relatively mild, it is a normal response to treatment and will gradually subside naturally. At the same time, timely wet compress after surgery can relieve pain and discomfort caused by treatment, reduce skin temperature, and avoid pigmentation.
After laser treatment, the metabolism of the skin is accelerated, and the skin is prone to dryness. Targeted external use of some skin care products (such as vitamin E cream, etc.) can increase the water content of the stratum corneum, repair the epidermis, and reshape the skin barrier.
Sun protection is very important after laser treatment.
The skin is irritated after laser treatment, and ultraviolet light stimulates the melanocytes in the epidermis to produce a large number of melanosomes, which may cause postoperative pigmentation. Therefore, postoperative sun protection is very important, and an appropriate SPF value / PA value to prevent medium-wave and long-wave ultraviolet rays. It is better to use clothing, etc. to cover the sunscreen. Also eat less photosensitizing drugs and foods to reduce the possibility of postoperative hyperpigmentation.
After carbon dioxide laser treatment, care should be taken to prevent infection.
For patients treated with carbon dioxide laser, there will be erosions, ulcers or scabs of different sizes after the treatment. Keeping the wound dry and applying topical antibiotic ointment can effectively prevent infection and accelerate the improvement of skin lesions.
1.Some people or diseases may experience scabs and other symptoms after surgery. These are normal reactions. Generally, they can fall off naturally within 7 to 10 days. Remember not to remove them manually to avoid scarring or infection.
2.Blisters will appear in some diseases and people, which is also a normal phenomenon. Under normal circumstances, small blisters can disappear on their own. If the blisters are too large, you can ask a doctor to deal with them.
3.During the recovery period, remember not to touch the treatment area with your hands directly to avoid infection or inflammation, scarring or hyperpigmentation.
4.During the recovery period, makeup is generally not recommended, so as not to affect the treatment results. If you need to make up, you can use medical skin care products.
5.During the recovery period, it is best not to take hot baths such as saunas and hot springs, and do not participate in strenuous exercise, rubbing and receiving facial massage, so as to avoid infection or delay treatment.
6.During the recovery period, do not eat spicy and irritating food, seafood and light-sensitive foods and medicines. Some vitamin C can be properly supplemented to promote metabolism.
7.During the recovery period, it is best not to drink alcohol and take aspirin and other drugs to avoid aggravating the skin reaction after treatment.