Skin Classic Treatment is used for skin abnormalities that include raised bumps or skin tags. Especially on the face, all of these are skin discolorations and growths that are benign, such as skin tags, and fibromas can still be unsightly. Results can be achieved with skin classic treatments where some lasers cannot. Skin Classic treatments can treat irregularities that you thought were permanent. Today, we at Open Door Med Spa would like to discuss the basics of Skin Classic Treatments.
What Conditions Does Skin Classic Work On?
– Skin Tag
– Sebaceous Hyperplasia
– Clogged Pore
– Cherry Angioma
– Broken Capillaries
How Does Skin Classic Work?
For alternative, non-laser devices, the Skin Classic is top in its field with award winning results. An affordable non-laser treatment for minor skin irregularities like keratosis, fibromas, telangiectasis (broken capillaries), cherry angiomas, skin tags, millia, sebaceous hyperplasia, and acne is the Skin Classic direct high frequency technology. To address common skin irregularities as the skin ages, Skin Classic treatments are quick, virtually painless, and work strictly on the epidermis. Without the use of lasers, cutting, burning, or freezing which can affect areas of the skin not being treated, the Skin Classic precisely treats each irregularity. With little downtime and no damage to surrounding tissue, the Skin Classic utilizes a lamprobe to transmit an electric current to effectively vaporize and dehydrate the skin irregularity. These irregularities need to be first diagnosed by a medical professional. Following the treatment, the area may appear erythmic (red) with some inflammation. However, within the a few hours, the redness is reduced. The longer it may take for the redness to subside, with the lighter the skin tone. Depending on the irregularity and the area of the body being treated, there may be some scabbing. The irregularity will produce an epidermal crust that looks like a scab over the area after treatments. Do not pick it at, and it will heal on its own within 3-7 days. You can wear makeup but be very careful to not prematurely remove the crust/scab while cleansing the skin during the healing process. The skin may look pinkish or brownish for up to 6-8 weeks as the new skin goes through the complete healing cycle after the crust/scab sloughs off. After 39 days, if the skin irregularities persist, additional treatments may be needed. Unfortunately, for treatment using the skin classic, lower extremities are not recommended. The recommended treatment for these areas includes saline injections and laser therapy.
How Long Does Skin Classic Take to Heal?
As mentioned, redness and some crusting may form on areas treated as well as some irritation. A clean baggie of frozen peas works well 10 minutes on and 10 minutes off if the area is still irritated by the end of the day. With something gentle, moisturize afterwards. Do not pick, rub or scrub at the crusting. Hyperpigmentation or scarring may be caused by prematurely removing the crust. During the day, keep your skin clean and moisturized using a gentle cleanser and moisturizer. Over moisturizing sunscreen, you can wear makeup. No matter the weather, you must use moisturizing sun block every day. Following treatment, avoid direct sunlight immediately. For 30 days, avoid using scrubs or exfoliants. To prevent removal of crust, pat dry instead of rubbing. The skin may be pink after crust sloughs. make to wear SPF 30 or higher.