Aftercare

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Welcome to your Aftercare

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Aftercare refers to any subsequent interventions that follow the initial treatment
Aftercare plan needs to address all of the obstacles you’re likely to face once treatment is completed.
_____________ is far more important than the way the aesthetic treatment is carried out.
Most importantly the area you treated must be kept clean in order to avoid ___________ until the part has recovered completely
It is also important to avoid exposing the treated area directly to the sun for at least 2 to 3 months after the aesthetic procedures
What are the things to follow on Aftercare. (Multiple Answers)
The use of any flammable and alcohol-based antiseptics are strictly forbidden. Why?
Wash the treated area twice a day, in the morning and before bedtime using the Benzalkonium Chloride solution.
Do not bandage the area
If infections are contracted soon after the treatment they could increase the likelihood of scarring.
Picking the scabs can cause scars and/or hypo-pigmentation.
More exposure to sunlight including other artificial light sources the higher the risks of hyper-pigmentation.
Wearing camouflage make-up before the area has recovered can result in delayed recovery, hypo-pigmentation and increase the risks of infections and hence scarring.