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What can Co2 Laser treat?


2. Convex moles

3. Fleck

4. Polyps

5.Acne clogged

6. Milia

7. Warts

8.Small wrinkles around the eyes, cheeks, forehead and around the mouth


Post precautions

1. Consult a doctor before treatment.

2. Do not exfoliate the area treated with the laser, as exfoliation can cause abrasions of the skin, which may result in skin weakness.

3. Refrain from using chemical soaps and creams that irritate the skin, such as Retin-A, AHA acids, as some creams may exfoliate, which may result in weakened skin and not along with the laser treatment. If you are unsure, you should consult a doctor.

4. Avoid exposure to strong sunlight for 6 weeks prior to laser treatment as this will reduce the laser's effectiveness or results.

5. If you have any underlying disease or are taking any medications, you should inform your doctor before the laser treatment



1. After 1 day, you can take a shower. The doctor will apply for the ointment twice a day, using saline solution to wipe the wound clean and apply the ointment given by the doctor to prevent inflammation and infection for about 7 days. During this time, the wound may or may not occur. If you have wounds, you should let them go off on their own and absolutely never peel or scratch the wound.

2. After laser surgery, you should avoid exposure to sunlight as it may darken the wound. Once the wound has healed, you should protect your skin by applying sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher.

3. Avoid using cosmetics on the laser treatment area until the wound has healed.


The high-precision carbon dioxide laser technique can permanently remove moles, flecks, freckles, and polyps without damaging the surrounding skin. You may have flakes 5-7 days after treatment.

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