Eye Treatments & Care

Post Procedure CO2 Fractional Laser Resurfacing

This photo gallery will show you what your skin looks like immediately after CO2 Fractional Laser Resurfacing and the journey of the next 10 days of healing. You may also follow the blog on FB at SkinDeepGJ. #skindeepgj,#skin care,#laser treatments, #CO2 Laser, #mature skin, #anti-aging

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10 Days Post CO2 Fractional Laser Resurfacing

Day 10 photos of post CO2 Fractional Laser Resurfacing.
My skin is just about back to normal with just a slight amount of redness remaining. The itching is still pushing my every little button, however, this is a good thing and it means the collagen cells are stimulated. On day 10 you can resume wearing makeup. You will still be using a lot of moisturizers on your skin because it feels really dry. You also need to be using your Sanitas Vitamin C Serum or Topical C and Pevonia Stem Cell Treatments on a daily basis. I recommend SPF 50 IS Clinical SPF. Your skin will continue to improve over the next 6 months. The collagen and elastin will increase, your skin will be plumper and tighter. Oh Yes!! This makes the last 10 days worth it. Please contact Skindeepgj.com if you have any questions regarding laser or skin care treatments. #Co2Laser, #Pevonia, #Sanitas, #laser Resurfacing, #laser treatmentspost co2 10

Eye Creams

AGING EYES

In Allure Magazine’s book, Confessions of a Beauty Editor, the author asserts that special creams for the eyes are unnecessary: skin around the eyes “does not require its own product. Regular moisturizer works just fine.” I couldn’t disagree more. Eye area skin has important characteristics and as we get older (than the average 20-something magazine editor) they become more pronounced and demand specialized treatment. In fact, I would go so far as to say that a good eye cream is the best investment you can make.

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Understanding Eye Wrinkles and Prevention

Eye wrinkles often appear around the eyes once a person starts to age. Usually, they appear on the age of 40 and above but there are cases wherein they appear earlier in life. Actually, they do not only appear on the eyes, they also appear on the mouth. There are two types of wrinkles that appear on the eyes. You can find them on the side of the eyes and also on the area under your eyes. This skin problem is also called as crow’s feet.

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