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Understanding Acute and Chronic Inflammation in Skin Treatments

Understanding Acute and Chronic Inflammation in Skin Treatments

Posted by kelly ozmon on 04-11-2024

Inflammation is a natural immune response that occurs in the body to protect against infection and injury. When it comes to skin treatments like nano needling, microneedling, chemical peels, and microdermabrasion, it is important to understand the difference between acute and chronic inflammation (Yanti et al., 2020). Acute inflammation is a short-term process that occurs as an immediate response to tissue damage. It is characterized by redness, swelling, heat, and pain at the site of injury. This type of inflammation is necessary for the healing process and can be beneficial in skin treatments as it helps stimulate collagen production and promotes healthy cell turnover. On the other hand, chronic inflammation is a long-term inflammatory response that may persist even after the initial injury or infection has been resolved.

When it comes to creating changes in the skin in way of nano-needling, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, exfoliation, dermaplaning or photo facial it's important to use calming and nourishing ingredients while the skin is healing. The benefits of these modalities is visible and by using the right ingredients such as Centella Asiatica, Sea Kelp, Vitamin C, Niacinimide a beautiful result will be achieved.

Chronic skin inflammation can be a persistent and uncomfortable condition that requires proper treatment and management. One approach to treating chronic skin inflammation is by using topical creams or ointments that contain anti-inflammatory ingredients. These ingredients can help reduce redness, swelling, and itching associated with chronic skin inflammation.

Take a look at the environmental issues surrounding you, or the foods your eating.

The amount of exfoliation on the skin, perfumes in your products and even extreme hot showers can help with skin inflammation.

Eliminate each product that you are applying each day to see how your skin is reacting.

Keep that product in your routine and slowly add products that work. Add products into your routine that calm the skin.

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