Prior to Treatment:
1. Prior to treatment, you should inform your provider if you have a history of Perioral Herpes (cold sores) so an antiviral may be prescribed.
2. Avoid waxing, facials, electrolysis, threading, extensive sun exposure or any laser treatments one week prior to procedure.
4. Stop all topicals, with the exception of a plain moisturizer, gentle cleanser and sunscreen 1 week prior to procedure.
5. If applicable, make sure area to be treated is clean shaven.
6. If using aspirin or blood thinners, please discuss prior to procedure
Recovering from a MicroLaserPeel
After your laser peel, you will likely notice that your skin has a white, dry appearance. You also might experience redness, tenderness, and minor swelling similar to mild sunburn. Your skin will begin peeling lightly within a day or 2 as fresh new skin cells begin replacing the older, damaged skin in the treated area. Any peeling and flaking in the days after your MicroLaserPeel can be managed with a soothing, gentle, nonalcohol-based ointment or cream.
Immediately after treatment, you should apply a cold compress to help reduce redness and inflammation. You also should avoid makeup, moisturizers, creams, and perfumes for several days or more until your skin has healed.*
You should avoid direct sunlight for several days after your laser peel. Once your skin has healed, you should use a sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or more whenever you are outside to help protect the outstanding effects of your MicroLaserPeel treatment.*
Because most clients return to normal activities 3 to 4 days after the peel, it is often referred to as the weekend peel.*
You will see results within 3 to 4 days after your laser resurfacing procedure, including improvements in skin color, tone, and texture.*
Most clients achieve outstanding results with only 1 MicroLaserPeel, but some clients have more than 2 or more laser treatments to achieve their goals.*
*Disclaimer: With MicroLaserPeel treatments, there is no guarantee of specific results and the results may vary.