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BRUISES: HOW TO PREVENT AND TREAT THEM

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Posted by 01.18.17

In the world of non-surgical and surgical beauty procedures, bruises are pretty common. Wikipedia defines a bruise as a a type of hematoma of tissue in which capillaries and sometimes venues are damaged by trauma, allowing blood to seep, hemorrhage, or extravasate into the surrounding interstitial tissues. Basically, a bruise gives the skin a temporary blue, black or purple color which then changes to a greenish tint and finally yellow as the body absorbs and then gets rid of this collection of blood cells in the tissues.

I had questions and turned to San Jose, CA-based, board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Kamakshi Zeidler, who was more than happy to share her expertise:

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BRUISES: HOW TO PREVENT AND TREAT THEM

Photo Credit: depositphotos.com

Posted by 01.18.17

In the world of non-surgical and surgical beauty procedures, bruises are pretty common. Wikipedia defines a bruise as a a type of hematoma of tissue in which capillaries and sometimes venues are damaged by trauma, allowing blood to seep, hemorrhage, or extravasate into the surrounding interstitial tissues. Basically, a bruise gives the skin a temporary blue, black or purple color which then changes to a greenish tint and finally yellow as the body absorbs and then gets rid of this collection of blood cells in the tissues.

I had questions and turned to San Jose, CA-based, board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Kamakshi Zeidler, who was more than happy to share her expertise:

What causes

Read More


#Gorgeous
Giveaways

  • Makeup artística
  • Golden Freckle Temporary Tattoos Will Complete Your Festival Look
  • This refreshingly sweet watermelon lemonade is made with only two ingredients and contains no added sugars, It is the perfect drink for hot summer days.
  • Pink, Make-up, Upside Down


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