The usual question is: how do I know when to stop ablating the Xanthelasma? After wiping off the carbon residues with a cotton pad impregnated with non-flammable antiseptic if you notice that some yellow fatty residues are still present then you may want to carry on burning off the Xanthelasma until you remove all the yellow residues and there is no trace of any fatty deposits.
Be careful because if you ablate too deep, you damage the inner part of the dermis the risks of scarring increases.
Remember that there is no currently known way to remove benign lesions while guaranteeing that the final results will be scar-free. All you can do is minimize the risks of developing permanent scarring.
The new tissue grown after the part has recovered usually have a pinkish texture to it and this is normal.
The first time you attempt Xanthelasma Removal remember to be cautious and it is generally better to have the client to come back with a smaller Xanthelasma than going too deep with the removal.
The aftercare is up to your client and if infections arise after this simple aesthetic procedure risks of permanent scarring can increase.