Topical Treatments for Post Inflammatory Erythema(PIE) ❤️
Preventing acne in the first place and avoiding picking at active acne lesions will reduce the incidence of PIE. Yes, Post Inflammatory Erythema will go away with time. BUT there are a number of topical treatments that can help. These topical treatments work by reducing inflammation, reducing blood vessel dilation, promoting wound healing, and improving skin barrier function.
Be gentle to your skin -Apply soothing and gentle products to your skin, and avoid harsh physical scrubs to prevent further irritation
Don’t pick your acne
Apply sunscreen every single day
Maintaining a healthy skin barrier
150 mls of pure bliss and beauty 😍😍😍😍😍The combined extracts of Rose and Jasmine Flowers, in a cleansing gel-cream wash bring out a soft, comfortable and fresh skin, every day. The rich gel-cream texture emulsifies in water, transforming into a creamy foam that cleanses and softens the skin without drying it out
Your Skin is cleansed and free from impurities. Beyond clean, the wash reveals deeply comfortable skin that feels smooth and silky soft. Day after day, skin is softer, more supple and appears more beautiful.
Very suitable For Dry & Sensitive Skin
Microbotox or baby botox is a simple procedure done to regulate sebum production, reduce the appearance of open pores and gives you a more shiny glassy skin.. It requires botulinum but in a very diluted form , thereby preventing any relaxation of muscles .. It lasts for few months without any side effects.. It can be used with gold microinfusion needling which also stimulates collagen in the skin.. #dermacare#skincare#skincaretips#openpores#botox#hyderabad