Anti-aging and rejuvenation procedures such as cosmetic surgery, laser treatments and even chemical peels can help eliminate the signs of aging, fine lines, wrinkles and sun spots.
But keep in mind that they can also leave your skin red for days (and sometimes weeks). “Post-operative redness occurs when the skin tissue has been traumatized or stressed.
After a non-invasive procedure, such as light skin, your skin may be slightly red for a few hours to a few days. But if you’ve had something deeper, like fractional resurfacing or even facial surgery, you can expect the redness to last more than a week.
Lymphatic drainage massage can help reduce redness since it manually removes blockages in the lymphatic system, as well as toxins in the body.
If your skin is still red for weeks after your surgery, it is best to seek advice and treatment from your doctor.
After the procedure, the redness goes away on its own, but a balancing hydrator can be used during your recovery period to calm and calm redness and inflammation.