A chemical peel is a procedure for enhancing the look of the skin on the face, neck, and hands. The skin is treated with a chemical solution, which causes it to exfoliate and finally peel off. The new skin, which has been regenerated, is generally smoother and less wrinkled than the old skin.
Chemical peels are used to remove wrinkles, discoloration, and scars from the skin. They can be used alone or in combination with other cosmetic procedures. They can also be done at various depths, ranging from light to deep. Chemical peels that are deeper in depth provide more dramatic effects, but they also take longer to recover.
A chemical peel can be used for:
What should I consider before receiving Chemical Peel treatment?
We may advise you to stop using some medications and prepare your skin with other treatments before getting a chemical peel. Antibiotics or antiviral medications may also be prescribed.
we determine the depth of your peel according to aesthetic goals. This selection is based on the state of your skin and your treatment objectives.
How Chemical Peels Are Done?
Your skin will be completely cleansed by our specialist doing your peel. Then we will apply one or more chemical solutions to superficial sections of your skin. Lactic acid, salicylic acid, trichloroacetic acid, and glycolic acid are some examples of peeling materials. This results in a regulated injury, allowing new skin to grow in its place. Most patients have a burning feeling for five to ten minutes after a chemical peel, followed by a stinging sensation. Applying cold compresses to the skin may help to alleviate the stinging.
What Can You Expect Following a Chemical Peel?
Following the process, a response comparable to sunburn may develop, depending on the type of chemical peel used. Peeling normally starts with redness and progresses to scaling over three to seven days. Mild peels can be repeated every one to four weeks until you get the desired result.
Because the skin is momentarily more sensitive to the sun after a chemical peel, use sunscreen every day. On the label, it should read "broad-spectrum," which means it protects against UVA and UVB radiation from the sun. Wear a wide-brimmed hat and limit your time in the sun, especially between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Because your new skin will be delicate, you should avoid the sun for several months following a chemical peel.
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