Thin Skin Bruising

Thin Skin Bruising

Husband See’s Excellent Results Using NeuGuard On Thin Skin Bruising

Doing red light therapy on Dolores’s legs, which have large patches of blood under the skin from bumps and bruises that happen when skin is so thin. Put lotion on every night before bed, following 2 to 3 hours of light. She has had this problem for years and Right now they look the best they have in 10 years.

Thin Skin Bruising
Thin Skin Bruising







What Is Thin Skin

Thin skin is skin that tears, bruises, or breaks easily. Thin skin is sometimes called thinning skin, or fragile skin. When thin skin develops an appearance like tissue paper, it’s called crepey skin.

Thin skin is a common condition in older adults and is most noticeable in the face, arms, and hands. A person with thin skin may find that they are able to see the veins, tendons, bones, and capillaries under the skin of their hands and arms.

Your skin is made up of many layers, and the middle layer is called the dermis. It contributes 90 percent of your skin’s thickness.

The thick, fibrous tissue of the dermis is made of collagen and elastin. The dermis provides strength, flexibility, and elasticity to the skin. Thin skin is the result of the thinning of the dermis.

Thin skin is most often associated with aging. But it can also be caused by UV exposure, genetics, lifestyle, and the use of certain medications.

So far we have several people using the light for this problem and the results  have been excellent.

Give it a try and see if it helps.