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Chemical peeling is a technique used to improve the appearance of the skin which is typically performed on the face, neck or hands. In this treatment, a chemical solution is applied to the skin that causes it to "blister" and eventually peel off. The new, regenerated skin is usually smoother and less wrinkled than the old skin.

Chemical exfoliants are ingredients such as enzymes or alpha-hydroxy acids that you can apply to your body, to loosen and remove dead and old skin cells, debris, excess sebum. The exfoliation takes no physical work on one's part - no rubbing, and no rinsing.

What is Chemical Peel?

Chemical peel uses a chemical solution to improve and smooth the texture of the facial skin by removing its damaged outer layers. It is helpful for those individuals with facial blemishes, wrinkles and uneven skin pigmentation. Phenol, trichloroacetic acid (TCA) and alphahydroxy acids (AHAs) are used for this purpose. Although chemical peel may be performed in conjunction with a facelift, it is not a substitute for such surgery, nor will it prevent or slow the aging process.

Points to remember for Chemical Peel

All chemical peels carry some uncertainty and risk Chemical peel is normally a safe procedure when it is performed by a qualified, experienced plastic surgeon.

Depending upon the type of peel, a reaction similar to a sunburn occurs following a chemical peel. Superficial peeling usually involves redness, followed by scaling that ends within three to seven days. Medium-depth and deep peeling may result in swelling and the presence of water blisters that may break, crust, turn brown, and peel off over a period of seven to 14 days.

Different formulas of Chemical Peel

  • Alphahydroxy acids (AHAs)
  • Glycolic acids
  • Trichloroacetic acid (TCA)
  • Phenol

Care after applying Chemical Peel

  • Keep treated areas cool (use a water spray).
  • Do not pick! Picking delays healing and causes scarring
  • Moisturise - use light preparations after a superficial peel, thicker moisturisers after a deeper peel
  • Protect from the sun - especially for the first 6 months
  • If advised to do so, continue to use tretinoin, glycolic acid and/or hydroquinone at night long term

Benefits of Chemical Peel in acne and scar

Chemical peels can be performed on all parts of the body - face, neck, chest, back, arms, and legs. Although one peel can significantly improve the appearance of the skin, you may require more than one peel to achieve your best results.

With startling results, many men and women who have gone through this treatment have felt revitalized, as their lives have been renewed due their enhanced appearance and improved self-confidence.



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