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  • Pre-treatment.


    Tips & tricks.

    • Use a soft cloth to avoid any scrubbing.

    • Make-up can typically be worn once the peeling process is complete

    • Wear a wide-brimmed hat or protective clothing for 2 months post treatment to avoid blistering, scarring, hyperpigmentation and hypopigmentation

    • When showering, avoid getting shampoo directly on the treated area

    • Avoid strenuous exercise and sweating until after skin has healed

    What to expect & what you should so.

    Feeling of warmth.

    What to expect.
    The treated area may be extremely warm for 1-2 hours after the treatment. Warmth may continue for 12-24 hours after the treatment.

    What to do.
    Cold compresses may provide comfort during this time. Also, a mineral water spray might provide some relief and much needed moisture to the skin.

    Redness (Erythema)

    What to expect.
    Redness is normal and expected. Redness generally increases in intensity for the first few days after treatment with day 3 usually being the most intense. Redness can persist for up to 7 days depending on the intensity treatment.

    What to do.
    Use gentle cleansers and keep your skin moisturized and out of the sun which will allow your skin time to heal and limit further stress on your skin.


    What to expect.
    MENDs (microscopic epidermal necrotic debris) will appear on the 2nd or 3rd day after treatment as tiny dark spots and bronzed appearance to the treated skin.

    What to do.
    MENDs are part of the healing process where treated tissue is working its way out of your body as new fresh skin is regenerated. During this time, your skin will be very dry and feel like sandpaper before flaking and peeling off. Keep your skin well moisturized to support the healing process. Do not pick at your skin.

    Possible side effects.

    Additional questions?