During a chemical peel, the topmost layers of skin are removed by applying a chemical solution to the skin. The skin that regenerates is softer. You might need to have a light or medium peel many times to obtain the desired results. By eliminating the damaged outer layers of skin, a chemical peel employs a chemical solution to enhance the texture and tone of your skin.
Chemical peels can be utilized to enhance the skin of your hands and neck, even though they are typically employed on the face. Your skin tone may become uneven, wrinkled, spotted, or scarred as you age, as a result of sun exposure, acne, or just aging. One of the most economical methods to enhance the appearance of your skin is with a chemical peel. The kind of chemical and application method employed determine the potential outcome of the chemical peel.
What can be enhanced by a chemical peel?
A chemical peel is beneficial for all skin types, even the most sensitive, and may significantly reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, skin tone, and texture. Some customers may select a series of harder chemical peels to address more severe freckling, hyperpigmentation, acne scarring, and age-related facial creases and wrinkles. However, many clients appreciate the advantages of chemical peels to simply clear, brighten, and polish the skin.
What skin problems can be addressed by Chemical peel?
Chemical peels are frequently used to heal scars, damaged skin, and wrinkles on the face. They can be carried out independently or in tandem with other cosmetic operations. Additionally, they can be performed at a range of depths, from shallow to deep. Deeper chemical peels produce more impressive results, but the recovery time is longer.
A gentle chemical peel reduces the visibility of fine wrinkles while improving skin tone and texture. The effects of each therapy, albeit first modest, get greater with time. You'll notice that your skin is much smoother after a brief chemical peel. You'll notice a significant improvement in the appearance and texture of the treated regions following a thorough chemical peel. Results might not be long-lasting. New wrinkles and variations in skin tone might develop over time as a result of aging and new sun damage. After every peel, the new skin temporarily becomes more sun sensitive.
Does the VI peel cause any pain?
Most people experience mild to moderate heat during a V.I. chemical peel as the chemical peel solution is administered. The skin loses its sensitivity to the solution after approximately 30 seconds, making subsequent applications less painful. However, we frequently use a hand-held fan during the procedure to quickly cool the skin and lessen any discomfort.
Results of a VI chemical peel
Following a chemical peel with V.I. Peel, the skin will start to tighten and turn bronze a few days later. The peeling of the skin will last for five to seven days. After the old skin has been exfoliated, the fresh skin will look more radiant and youthful.
After just one V.I. Peel, the majority of people notice significant improvement. However, a series of chemical peels carried out once a month for at least three months will be beneficial for skin that has suffered severe damage. Every 6 to 12 months, a maintenance peel should be carried out to keep the results.
What to do next after treatment?
You must maintain your skin moisturized after your chemical peel without over-moisturizing it. You can moisturize twice a day if you have dry skin. The majority of people with dry skin who get a chemical peel decide to moisturize their face just before going to work and soon before going to bed.
You should only moisturize your skin once a day if it is considered normal or oily. If we decide that you are a good candidate, we will provide you a detailed list of what to do and what to avoid following your treatment at your initial appointment.
Do we need sunscreen after treatment?
We will now talk about a different crucial post-treatment care step. After thoroughly cleaning your hands, apply a broad-spectrum SPF 40+ sunscreen to your face every three hours. You should only touch your face with your fingertips while this.
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