Laser Skin Allergy Care

Our New Look Skin Clinic has efficient heathcare providers who have achieved expertise in cosmetology. Although laser therapies used in cosmetology are less painful, they damage the skin to some extent causing allergic reactions. Formation of erthyma, edema, bruises, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, or discolouration of skin are the more common issues associated with the laser treatment. Also formation of blistering, crusting, Milia and Purpura after the laser therapy have also been seen to increase among the patients.
Our New Look Clinic offers various therapies for such allergies induced by laser treatment, and provides complete care for patients. Topical steroid ointments such as cortisone and ascorbic acid can be used. Long-term erythema can be cured using cortisone creams. It accelerates the wound-healing process and also prevents the scar formation. Also, it greatly reduces the inflammatory responses which hinder the wound and scar healing. Ascorbate ointments posses the ability to rejuvenate the skin epithelial cells and reduces the flare formation. Antibiotics such as Minocycline and Tetracycline are prescribed in order to cure the milia and acnes. These develop after 3 or 4 weeks post-surgery and require an occlusive dressing with ointment such as erythromycin, clindamycin, tretinoin, glycolic acid, or azelaic.
Milia always generally heal without an appropriate treatment. We offer a wide range of herbal remedies to cure this. Vitamin E ointments and alovera creams has shown the best as remedy for this issue. For allergy, aquaphor ointments and hydra balm are also used to fix this issue. Oral antihistamines and corticosteroids resolve the bruises, subcutaneous, as well as cutaneous inflammations.
There are 2 – 4% chances for the development of viral, bacterial, or fungal infections on the wound created during laser therapy. Oral drugs such as acyclovir, valacyclovir, and famicyclovir can be used to treat the viral infections until 7 – 10 days after treatment. Antibiotics such as chloramphenicol, streptomycin, and clotrimaxol can be used for bacterial and fungal infections.
Peels such as glycolic acid and trichloro acetic acid can be used in case of hypopigmentation. Silicone gels are also used to cure scars.