After the laser treatment you should keep your skin away from the sunlight to protect it from the UV rays. Keep an eye on the treated area until its colour matches with your natural skin colour. It’s also recommended to stay away from cosmetic products, as they can cause a burning feeling in the treated area.
Care after this treatment is very basic – simply use an antibacterial cream twice a day. Facial skin recovery mainly takes about 5-7 days; however, changes of the body skin might last longer, about 10-16 days. Recovery is very similar to scar healing, at first it looks like a wound, then after a week it heals up and becomes pink, where finally the colour gradually develops to match your natural skin tone. One week after the treatment you can begin to use cosmetic products on the treated area, but it is crucial to protect the area from direct sunlight for at least 2 months.
The complication rate after laser mole removal is very rare. Sometimes the treated skin’s surface can be uneven compared to the skin around it, or it may be a bit risen above the skins surface, or a bit hollow, but it normalizes with time.
It is not recommended to rub or scratch the treated area, because it can cause local inflammation and purulent secretion;
Make sure the hands are hygienic before applying the antibacterial cream on the treated area.