Chemical peeling is a cosmetic skin treatment that involves a mixture of chemicals. These chemicals often have a gel-like consistency and are applied to the face so as to remove the appearance of fine lines, blemishes, pigmentation, and to smooth the surface of the skin. Chemical peeling should always be performed by a skilled professional.
This light chemical peel eliminates only the first layer of the skin by gently exfoliating it. The peel improves the texture of the skin, acne scarring in addition to reducing the effects of sun damage.
The medium chemical peeling exfoliates the first and second layers of the skin. It improves acne visibility in addition to correcting pigmentation issues such as age spots. You can only have this treatment only when your skincare specialist has assured you that it is safe to.
The deep chemical peel gets rid of deep coarse wrinkles, treats sun-damaged skin and can remove melasma from the deepest part of the skin. It is the most effective of them all. It can be dangerous if done frequently, so it can only be done once.
Only a cosmetic dermatologist can advise you on which type of chemical peeling is good for your type of skin.
This is one of the biggest advantages of getting a chemical peel. It reverses the signs of aging, firms saggy skin around the eyes and under the chin, making you look younger and more radiant.
Dead skin cells make the skin to look dull, and feel rough. Getting a chemical peel treatment helps in getting rid of that, and permits a new healthy and younger looking layer of skin to grow.
Chemical peels even out the skin color. It gets rid of acne scars as well as freckles leaving you with a great complexion and radiant skin.
Once you get a chemical peel, your skin might become more sensitive because it might be dry and scaly for a couple of days. Make sure to always apply a broad sunscreen when outside or you can just basically avoid over-exposure to the sun.
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