Laser freckle usually recovers 2-3 weeks after operation. The principle of laser freckle removal is that the laser emitted by the treatment instrument can penetrate the damaged skin very smoothly, enter the damaged part, and treat the pigment of the damaged part. Freckle pigment will change under strong laser irradiation, and then dissipate by itself, so as to be cured. Instead of forcibly removing the pigment, the laser is treated through the skin, and because it is selective, that is, it only acts on pigment particles without damage to normal skin.
- After laser freckle removal, the skin will be irradiated by the laser, and some people will have skin redness and swelling. This is a normal phenomenon, and sometimes there will be slight bleeding. This is a normal phenomenon and will subside quickly. Don’t worry.
- After a week of peeling, the skin should be clean, and the scab should be prevented after the skin is soft and healthy.
- It’s best not to go out. If you go out, you should do a good job of sunscreen.
- If the pigment does not completely fade in about three months, laser freckle removal can be carried out again after expert diagnosis.