Skin Care and Treatments of Melbourne Dermatology - About Post-Procedure Skin Care

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About Post-Procedure Skin Care

Immediately following a cosmetic procedure, it is important to manage irritation and visible redness of the skin.

There are three distinct phases of the skin healing process. These phases may be important to the long-term recovery process and key to optimizing the outcome of cosmetic procedures.

The first phase begins immediately post procedure.

Because any injury to the skin elicits an inflammatory response, skin may be irritated, red, tight, dry and tender.

Irritation is skin's expected and productive reaction to initiate proper healing support and fend off infection.

In the second phase, skin is stimulated to rebuild the tissue and collagen required for healthy skin.

This vital function bolsters skin's ability to protect itself from further damage as it heals.

The third phase involves further collagen restructuring to strengthen skin and help prolong the benefits of cosmetic procedures.

This restructuring helps to create a more even skin tone and reduce the appearance of visible lines and wrinkles.

Shortening recovery time, yet not disrupting the natural wound healing process of the skin, can reduce discomfort such as dryness, irritation, itching and tightness.

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