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Surgical/Medical Recovery System

Designed to accelerate the healing process, provide comfort and reduce pain and-and itch by preventing air from contacting the treated area.



Helps to eliminate potential scarring and hyperpigmentation, commonly seen after most invasive procedures.Non-greasy formulas help optimize the repair process from surgical procedures. 

Surgical/Medical Recovery System

  • Many common cosmetic surgical procedures such as Mohs, facial, breast, liposuction, etc., can cause post-procedure inflammation, redness, and discomfort. Any prolonged inflammation can lead to skin changes, causing scarring, hyperpigmentation, and even aging of the treated area.


    Recent studies have shown that sustained and high levels of inflammatory hormones can lead to an increase in hyperpigmentation as well as, scarring and can enhance the risk of some skin cancers. Lorenol Labs® has developed several formulas that can interrupt the production of these inflammatory hormones in skin cells, thus improving post-surgical downtime leading to better overall results.

  • Patients should follow the protocol below:


    Use Post Treatment Balm (in place of Aquaphor) up to 6 times daily.  Post Treatment Balm is extremely gentle and has natural analgesic properties that can be applied directly over sutures as needed to control stinging and itching. WILL NOT close the suture site. 


    1. Gently wash the area 1-2 times a day with tepid water  starting the morning after procedure.  After patting dry, immediately apply the Post Treatment Balm. Do this for at least 7 days.
    2. After healing is complete and sutures removed (while still visibly pink) apply a dime-size portion of Daily Regenertating Serum in the evenings for the remainder of the week. If more hydration is needed Soothing Silver Cream may be used 1-2 times a day to control flaking , but ONLY after a full 24 hours of healing. DO NOT use Daily Regenertating Serum until sutures have been removed and to prevent the sutures from closing over the wound.
    3. Avoid hot water and steam on treated areas until completely healed.
    4. Avoid direct sun exposure on the treated area. Apply sun block SPF 30 or higher when skin has healed before sun exposure. 
    5. Avoid dirty, dusty environments, or perfumes while skin is healing.
    6. Avoid topical exfoliation, scrubs, microdermabrasion, and any products containing harsh acids for at least two weeks after medical procedures.
    7. Call your medical professional during business hours if you have any questions or concerns following your treatment. 


    There are no known concerns regarding the use of these products as directed by your medical professional. As with any skin care product, avoid using product in the eye area.  If irritation develops, discontinue use.                     


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