Post-Treatment Medical Grade Skincare

Post-treatment skin care is a crucial step aimed at enhancing the clinical results following facial esthetic procedures. The application of ideal skin products not only helps to stimulate and regenerate skin cells, improving their collagen synthesis, but may also modulate the inflammatory response post-treatment, thereby significantly reducing patient downtime.

Specific ingredients delivered via topical skin care products create a synergistic effect with facial esthetic treatments like PRF and laser therapy to maximize rejuvenation while minimizing healing time. The biologic effects of initiating a potent skin care post-treatment regimen are based on three core steps:

Activating immune cells and reducing inflammation caused by controlled damage

Stimulating the epidermal rejuvenation process

Enhancing epidermal protection from extrinsic aging factors and improving water retention

Step 1: Activating Immune Cells and Reducing Inflammation

The controlled damage inflicted on the epidermal layer of the skin during facial esthetic procedures triggers a cascade reaction, eventually resulting in skin rejuvenation. Clinical trials have concluded that immediately after treatment of the epidermis, a combination of immune-modulating agents and potent antioxidants results in both a short- and long-term advantage, favoring healing and minimizing downtime post-therapy. PRF can improve regenerative outcomes in the short-term, but topical use of medical-grade skincare can extend these results long-term.

Step 2: Stimulating Epidermal Rejuvenation

Clinical studies have demonstrated that treating the skin with a complex of collagen-inducing therapies and protective ingredients will enhance the effects of facial rejuvenation procedures. Therefore, a stimulating serum is the basis of many esthetic creams developed to target fibroblast activity and induce collagen synthesis.

Step 3: Multilayer Protection and Rejuvenation

Invasive treatments trigger rejuvenation but also expose the skin to damaging external environmental effects. A multilayer protection giving the epidermis an optimal layer against external exposure is therefore needed.