Within the aesthetic medicine there are different treatments to correct certain imperfections of the facial skin such as couperose, solar keratosis, ruby spots, spots, melasmas.
These injuries carry many problems and complexes, since sometimes they are difficult to disguise them. There are several specific aesthetic medicine treatments for this injuries.
In aesthetic medicine what are the procedures to treat injuries?
We will try to explain briefly which are the most important and known. To eliminate stains and improve the smoothness of the skin the best option is a superficial peeling with glycolic or salicylic acid. For melasmas or chloasmas the perfect treatment is depigmenting masks and to treat solar keratosis, ruby points and even couperose we use a specific multidiode laser for each lesion.
If we want to remove more superficial layers of the skin and increase collagen and regenerate the skin, we recommend superficial peeling or TCA, called in aesthetic medicine trichloroacetic acid that leave your skin much more elastic, hydrated and luminous.
In the winter months, it is the perfect time for this type of facial treatments since you can not sunbathe in weeks after treatment, the skin is exposed and is more fragile, so you have to take special care and follow the guidelines what your doctor has described.