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There are numerous creams and ointments you can use after laser skin resurfacing, generally with the intention of keeping the skin clean and moist. Your laser specialist may recommend one to use in the first week post-laser until the skin no longer appears raw. After this period, you will need to use a light moisturizer in the form of a cream or lotion. Many laser specialists don’t recommend sun-protecting creams right after laser resurfacing procedure. But two weeks after the treatment, they recommend that you start using a moisturizer with SPF 30 and above for the next three months. Taking care of your skin after laser resurfacing Laser skin resurfacing can be done to different penetration depths, which translates to different skin care protocols. But a rule of thumb after any kind of laser resurfacing is keeping the skin moist…


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Skin tags are the excess flaps of skin that hang loosely from different parts of the body like the eyelids, underarms, neck, under breasts, and groin folds. Although these tags do not hurt or cause any known medical condition, they are undeniably unpleasant and embarrassing. If you want to get rid of skin tags, here are a few tips to help you with the process: Ask your doctor to remove them with a scalpel A physician can remove skin tags simply by severing them at the base with a pair of scissors or scalpel after numbing the site with a local anesthetic. If done properly, this is a fairly painless method that can be used to get rid of multiple tags in a single sitting. Cauterizing the skin tags Besides cutting the skin tags, your physician can also recommend treating…


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Although excessive sweating, also known as hyperhidrosis, is not a medically serious condition, it can be embarrassing and distressing. For instance, someone with bad palm sweating may be constantly afraid of offering a cold, sweaty handshake or of having their sweat drip onto their work documents or office hardware. Someone with bad armpit sweating faces other problems, such as the embarrassing wet patches on clothes under the arms or the need to change clothes at least once during the day. Such events can adversely affect one’s social life. Fortunately, there are a number of things that you can do to manage and treat the condition, including lifestyle changes. Generally, lifestyle changes cannot cure the primary cause of excessive sweating, but it can dramatically improve the symptoms and give you a confidence boost. Dressing to hide the sweat There are many…


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When seeking any scar treatment, it is common practice to completely control any acne in order to prevent an outbreak that can lessen the merits of the scar treatment. Scarring caused by acne is particularly difficult to treat. But recently, it was reported that skin needling in combination with platelet-rich plasma (PRP) application can effectively treat rolling acne scars. How plasma treatment works Platelet-rich plasma contains autologous growth factors, including platelet-derived growth factor, epidermal growth factor, vascular endothelial growth factor, and transforming growth factor, all of which act synergistically with growth factors induced via skin needling to promote wound-healing response. The PRP injection itself is a fairly simple process that involves the following: Step 1: A small amount of healthy blood is taken from your arm. Step 2: The platelets and plasma are separated from the rest of the blood…


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