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Cosmetic Surgery And Their Aftercare Methods

Table of Content

  1. Introduction

  2. Botox

  3. Laser Resurfacing

  4. Chemical Peels

  5. Microneedling

  6. Fillers

  7. Conclusion



Treatments and procedures are an instigative way to let your face glow, but be careful when taking care of your skin after treatment. Even if you have invested your time and money in skin treatments at hospitals/clinics, you should follow various after-treatment care routines recommended by the best homoeopathic doctor in Delhi for your skin. For example - Don't apply harsh facial peels, waxes, or other ray treatments at least two weeks after your treatment.

When it comes to cosmetic surgery and skin procedures, the post procedures care is as significant as the treatment itself. Do you plan on getting a microneedling, IPL treatment or microdermabrasion anytime soon? Be sure to continue reading to understand the procedures and the after-procedure care.


An injectable neurotoxin that temporarily reduces the look of creases and facial lines. In addition to Botox, other FDA- approved neurotoxins involve Xeomin, Jeuveau and Dysport. The toxin blocks nerve affairs and paralyses the muscles. Once the muscles can no longer contract, creases and lines in a localised area relax.

Post-procedure care - Icing the area, using prescribed topical creams to counteract swelling and bruising, and avoiding applying makeup for several hours. Also, botanical-based masks and gels can help to lessen the after-Botox redness.

Laser resurfacing

Light-based lasers correct everything from lines and wrinkles to discolouration, plus acne scars and uneven texture. The lasers safely injure the skin while leaving it intact to increase collagen production. Aggressive lasers heat and tighten the deeper layers of the dermis while removing the upper layers of skin.

Post-procedure care - keep your skin moisturised, gently clean the treated area, stay out of the sun and to reduce the redness and swell, you can use a cold compress.

Chemical peels

Acid-based peels fasten the rate at which the skin naturally exfoliates. Peels are an easy and quick skin refresh. They remove dead skin cells to enhance the skin while stimulating collagen. Generally used acids involve lactic and citric for light exfoliation, glycolic to handle wrinkles and minimum hyperpigmentation, salicylic acid for acne, and TCA for more prominent pigment and signals of ageing.

Post procedure care - Avoid glycolic, salicylic acids and retinol, along with vitamin C since dryness, flaking, and redness can do. Keep the skin well hydrated and load up on peptides( found in this toner) for elastic skin.


It is a minimally invasive procedure that improves acne scars, enlarged pores, and sun-damaged skin. Tiny needles are methodically ‘stamped’ into the skin via a mechanical device, which makes small perforations to damage the skin safely. With the healing process, collagen is produced.

Post-procedure care - Avoid heavy activities and sweating for 24 hours after your treatment., don't apply any other things to your skin for 24 hours. Avoid makeup for a day. Avoid swimming, saunas and gym for 24 hours, do not use chemical peels or skin treatments, and Avoid potent retinol or glycolic acid products for 4- 7 days.


It revives volume into two sets: hyaluronic acid ones that give immediate results or longer-lasting bio-stimulatory fillers, which promote new collagen. Both work towards the same thing, and opting for the right product comes down to the degree of deflation. Injecting filler into the cheeks, lips, jawline, and temple helps to repair while adding structure. Hyaluronic acid fillers attract water to plump the area, while bio-stimulatory fillers produce a scaffolding to yield volume over time.

Post-procedure care - don't apply anything on your skin for 24 hours of the treatment. Avoid doing heavy exercise and don't touch or manipulate the treatment site.


Whatever treatment you plan to undergo, the best skin doctor in Delhi at Ayushman Skin and Cosmetology Centre will help you with the procedure and the aftercare procedures to give you your best-looking skin.



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