Abstract

Postdermabrasion complications may develop under the best of circumstances. These complications may include keloids, hypertrophic scars, hyper- or hypo-pigmentation, blocked pores, milia formations, the appearance of enlarged pores, the loss of the natural skin texture, or acne flare-ups.

Keywords

Porosity Peroxide Hepatitis Oncol Flare 

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  • James E. FultonJr.

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