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How Lipofoam Helps With Dermabrasion Recovery

In order to get amazing skin, many opt to undergo a dermabrasion procedure. This is an exfoliating technique that utilizes a rotating instrument to take off your skin’s outer layers to greatly improve the appearance of your skin. Dermabrasion can work wonders on skin conditions like sun damage, fine lines, uneven texture and acne scars. While you can get a mini dermabrasion procedure at a specialized spa, undergoing a dermabrasion happens in a dermatologist’s office.

But know that it’s not like a regular facial or skin treatment you’d get at a spa. It’s pretty invasive and will require numbing your skin with anesthesia because removing the outermost layers of your skin will hurt. But it’s an outpatient procedure that allows you to go home and recover after it’s done. Your dermatologist will cover the treated areas before you leave with a moist dressing and then change it the next day at your second-day appointment to check recovery.

But what happens after your dermabrasion appointment is important to the results. Your skin will be pink and swollen and you might feel as if it’s tingling or burning. There also might be yellow or clean crust or liquid coming out while your skin heals. Because of the way you’ll face will look, you might not be able to return back to work or your daily schedule for a few weeks. And you’ll be advised not to go out in the sun much since this can hinder the procedure’s overall results, which can take months to show.

To help with the healing process of undergoing a dermabrasion procedure, Lipo Healing’s Triangular Lipofoam for smaller cosmetic surgeries will greatly help with any discomfort. Since your skin will be super tender and sensitive after your dermabrasion appointment, the foam can help reduce the risk of anything touching your swollen and pink skin. It will adhere to the surface of your face using an adhesive spray and can be cut into any desired shape to help with healing.