Are you tired of trying to get rid of your dull and lifeless skin? Have home remedies and other methods failed you? Are you looking to turn back the clock and get radiant and soft skin back? Then look no further than chemical skin peel treatment which will remove your old and damaged skin cells to uncover new and fresh layer of skin as explained by celebrity cosmetic dermatologist Dr Shweta Sawalka with her vast experience in treating celebrities.
Why Do You Need Chemical Peel?
Chemical peels are used in a variety of skin conditions ranging from mild skin discoloration to ageing problems such as fine lines, wrinkles, freckles or age spots or left over scars of acne or skin that has been damaged by the sun or if you want to get rid of crow’s feet and/or shedding damaged skin cells.
Understanding Different Chemical Peels
Your skin cells undergo constant renewal within a 28-day time period. When you decide to undergo a chemical peel, it is important to consider several factors, such as your skin type, whether it is oily, normal, dry, or sensitive. Chemical peels are usually solutions of acid but their ability to infiltrate through the skin divides them into 3 classes which are usually superficial peel, medium peels and deep peels.
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Let us explore some chemical peels:
Salicylic acid chemical peel:
- This is a beta hydoxy acid peel. Most often salicylic acid peel is used in case of lessening the appearance of acne, blackheads, large pores and reducing oily skin.
Retinol peel/Yellow peel:
- This peel is based on vitamin A. People use this peel to address specific skin problems related to aging, such as reducing fine lines or wrinkles. This peel also treats damage on skin by the sun such as sun spots, ageing, scars, inflammation etc. This peel also infiltrates deep into your skin thus is a great choice for unclogging your pores and lessening acne breakouts.
Glycolic acid peel:
- This chemical peel is available in different concentrations. This peel goes into the deepest layers thus is the first choice in cleaning your blocked pores thus giving a fresh and rejuvenated skin
Lactic acid peel:
- This peel is very much mild and gentle. Thus this peel is more suitable for those patients who have sensitive skin
Mandelic acid peel:
- This is an alpha hydroxyl acid peel. This chemical peel is more focused on anti ageing concerns and it increases collagen production in your skin thus giving it more strength and firmness along with smoothness.
- Jessner’s peel offers great versatility and can effectively address multiple skin issues, including treating uneven skin tone, reducing the appearance of scars, smoothing out fine lines and wrinkles, and treating melasma, among others.
- Trichloroacetic acid (TCA) peel, available in various concentrations, is a treatment used to address a range of skin conditions, including wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, sun damage, and more.
Vitamin C peel:
- This peel rejuvenates your skin by enhancing collagen synthesis thus improving pigmentation and stopping free radical induced damage.
- This peel improves wound healing in addition to improving skin elasticity by increasing collagen production.
What are before and after care in case of chemical peels?
Before you come to clinic for chemical peel treatment make sure that you
- Stay away from facial waxing for 7 days
- Do not use and NSAIDs for 7 to 10 days
- Avoid exposure to sunlight
- Avoid tanning beds for at least 14 days
After your chemical peel treatment is done then make sure you take the following post care
- Avoid applying makeup on the day after your treatment
- Avoid strenuous activity for at least 2 days post your treatment such as exercise, hot tubs, steam, saunas etc.
- Do not use any kind of exfoliation for a period of 7 to 10 days.
So here is your guide towards selecting a chemical peel. No matter your skin concerns we at Allure MedSpa have a variety of peels for your skin problems. So rather than waiting why don’t you give us a call at 9869470835.
Word of Precaution
Do not use any chemical peel at your own discretion. It may cause more harm than good. Always consult a dermatologist and get proper skin diagnosis before proceeding with treatment. Avoid falling into traps like offers or discounts on chemical peels available on websites.