postprocedure

Return to Baseline

Specialized products can bring damaged and vulnerable postprocedure skin back to a healthy state without minimizing outcomes.
Return to Baseline

Ablative procedures—e.g., chemical peels, laser resurfacing and microdermabrasion—are effective options for patients who want to reduce photodamage and restore the youthful health of their skin. But stimulating the skin is only half the equation. Patients also require post-procedure care aimed at reducing inflammation, repairing barrier function and protecting a damaged epidermis from irritants in order to reap the full benefits of your services.

Healing Aids

Protocols to minimize bruising and swelling following laser treatments and injectables.
Healing Aids

A recent American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) study on injectables showed that bruising occurs in 19% to 24% of all procedures, while other sources report a 68% likelihood that a patient will bruise. Additionally, laser- and light-based procedures can cause redness and edema that linger anywhere from 24 hours to one week following treatment.