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Post Resurfacing Laser

How to wound heal your skin after your have laser resurfaced

Whether you are doing an ablative or a non-ablative procedure, your skin is going to have downtime. During this period I like to use products that are sensitive but effective in wound healing. This is also the time when using an SPF50 daily is a must. The routine is fairly simple for the first few days where your skin is being forced to repair itself. However, at the culmination of the restoration, you have to exfoliate, gently but adequately. And that's when the results start to shine through. AMA about laser resurfacing and wound repair.

The Post Resurfacing Laser routine

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