The amount of redness that you are experiencing right now is normal and will likely fade away over the next several weeks to months. Redness of this type is due to increased blood flow and is not indicative of scarring.
You can try applying a topical silicone gel (scar cream). I have found that early early treatment with a vascular laser such as VBeam can be very rewarding.
Best of luck
The redness of the scars will fade with time but it is variable from patient to patient. Occasionally this can be expedited with low dose steroid injection to the scars. You should see this settle down over the next 4-6 weeks. Be patient and it will get better.
Redness can take many
months to fade, everyone is a bit different. It would probably be a good idea
to start on a scar cream sooner rather than later to help reduce the scars. I
Usually get my patients to start antibiotic cream straight away for a few weeks
then scar cream for 3 months.
Redness shows through the skin of a white person as long as there is increased blood flow. Increased blood flow means it is still healing. Most of the red color should be gone at about three months in that location. Borrow a girlfriend's cover make up until it is gone. It could stay pink, particularly when you exercise or raise your blood pressure, for a year.
Incision around the nose heal like any other incision on the face. These wounds take anywhere from four to six months to permanently fade.Trauma and sun exposure can make them stay visible longer. You are early in the healing process. Hang in their.