Chemical peel is a cosmetic procedure used to improve the appearance of the skin on the face. This procedure involves the application of a chemical solution to the skin, resulting in the peeling of the outer layer of the skin. This promotes skin regeneration, the removal of dead skin cells, and improves the texture and tone of the skin.
Candidates for chemical peel typically include individuals with various skin concerns such as acne, acne scars, uneven skin tone, hyperpigmentation, fine lines, or sun-damaged skin.
Before undergoing a chemical peel, patients consult with a dermatologist for a skin assessment and the selection of an appropriate type of chemical peel. Preparation may involve prepping the skin with special products or avoiding specific treatments or products that could irritate the skin before the peel.
During the treatment, a chemical solution is applied to the skin of the face and left for a specific period to achieve the desired peeling effect. After a certain time, the solution is removed, and the skin is thoroughly rinsed with water.
Chemical peels can result in improved skin texture, reduced imperfections, even skin tone, reduced hyperpigmentation, and decreased visibility of fine lines and wrinkles. The skin may become smoother, fresher, and more youthful in appearance.
After the procedure, it is important to follow the physician's instructions for post-treatment skin care. This may involve using special creams, avoiding sun exposure, and limiting the use of certain products or treatments that could irritate the skin after the chemical peel. Regular hydration of the skin is also important to maintain the improvements achieved.
Mandelic, glycolic, trichloroacetic acid and Jessner's solution are used.
The number of chemical peels is not limited, and the number of recommended treatments depends on the indications being treated.
After chemical peeling, it is forbidden to expose the skin to the sun. As with any facial treatment that results in redness, exposure to the sun can trigger procedural hyperpigmentation. So, while the redness is present and until the skin returns to its normal state, you should not expose yourself to the sun.
Skin peeling depends on the type of chemical peel and the skin being treated. In some people, peeling is not visible at all, and in some it can last up to 10 days. You will receive all specific answers from our doctors during the consultation.
Chemical peels are an excellent method for treating acne, acne scars, and hyperpigmentation spots, for reducing shallower wrinkles, and they can also be used to refresh the skin of the face. With chemical peeling, we remove the old ones and thereby stimulate the growth of new skin cells, so that it is brighter, healthier and more beautiful.
Chemical peels can address various skin concerns, including acne, acne scars, sun damage, fine lines and wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, and uneven skin tone.
During a chemical peel, a chemical solution is applied to the skin, which causes the top layers to peel off. The specific type and strength of the peel depend on the individual's skin condition and desired results.
The sensation experienced during a chemical peel can vary. Some peels may cause a mild tingling or burning sensation, but it is generally well-tolerated. Your skincare professional can provide options to minimize discomfort.
The recovery period depends on the depth of the peel. Superficial peels may have minimal downtime, while deeper peels can result in several days to a couple of weeks of redness and peeling.
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