Chemical Peels

A chemical peel can revitalise your skin by getting rid of the layer of dead cells on the surface to reveal the new, fresh skin underneath, reducing the effects of sun damage, acne, pollutants and scarring, which build up on our skin over time.

Alongside rejuvenating your skin, this non-invasive treatment can be used to reduce mild scarring, pigmentation, fine lines and certain types of acne. There are several different types of chemical peel, and our team of experts will advise you about the type of chemical peel best suited to your skin type.

Chemical Peel Facts
  • A chemical peel damages the skin during a controlled manner, manufacturing a superficial wound.
  • As the injury is repaired by the natural healing method, the skin’s look is improved.
  • The depth at that the injury happens is set by the character of the chemicals applied to the skin.
  • The type of chemical peel used depends on the character of the disease to be treated.
  • Skin issues that respond best to chemical peels square measure attributable to chronic sun injury from ultraviolet radiation.
  • Since most skin peels injury the skin, there’s a amount of healing necessary.
  • As with any operation, there square measure risks, that embrace scarring, infection, and undesirable color changes.
  • Currently, chemical peels square measure typically utilized in conjunction with alternative damaging techniques like optical maser to diminish the signs of sun injury or skin condition scarring.

Basic Three Types Of Chemical Peels

  • skin cells off from the highest layer of skin (epidermis)
  • left on the skin for a number of minutes
  • skin could feel tight for some of hours later on
  • regular treatment required to take care of the results
  • skin cells far from the highest and middle layers of skin
  • left on the skin for a number of minutes
  • a burning or stinging sensation is also felt once the peel is applied
  • skin might go brown or red within the days later on
  • it will take up to 6 weeks for the skin to come back to traditional
  • treatment is required each half-dozen to twelve months to take care of the consequences
  • affect deeper layers of skin
  • a local anaesthetic and sedative is also required
  • a phase change sensation is also felt once the peel is applied
  • can be left on the face for half-hour or a lot of, counting on the required result
  • your heart and pressure have to be compelled to be monitored as phenol, the chemical used, will cause dangerous effects on the guts and kidneys
  • expect some peeling, redness and discomfort for some days
  • swelling will last up to 2 weeks
  • skin redness will last up to 3 months
  • often ends up in lightening of the skin, therefore it isn’t extremely appropriate for darker skin
  • it’s a natural event treatment with lasting effects, therefore does not typically have to be compelled to be perennial
Chemical Peel Treatments
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