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What is Chemical Peel ?

chemical peel is best method for skin tightning and skin whitening . Chemical peel uses a chemical solution to improve and smooth the texture of the facial skin by removing its damaged outer layer. It is helpful for those individuals with facial blemishes, wrinkles and uneven skin pigmentation.

AHA (alphahydroxy acids)

Uses -              1. Smoothes rough, dry skin
                        2. Improves texture of sun – damaged skin
                        3. Acids in control of acne
                        4. Can be mixed with bleaching agent to correct pigment problem
                        5. Can be used as TCA pre-treatment.
Consideration
                        1. A series of peels may be needed
                        2.  As with most peel treatments, sunblock  use is recommended.

alphahydroxy acids
 Superficial peel

Glycolic acid peels can serve as a starting point for many patients who are interested in facial rejuvenation. Patients who receive a series of glycolic acid peels as a first step usually notice a difference themselves in skin texture, improvement in pigment, control of acneiform papules, easier application of make – up & reduction of fine lines.

Superficial peel before Superficial peel after
 Light Peel

Alphahydroxy acids (AHAs), Betahydroxy  acids (BHAs) Light or “lunch hour” peels are the mildest of the chemical peels. These peels include glycolic, lactic, and fruit acid peels (AHA) or Salicylic Acid (BHA). They burn off only the outer layers of the skin to smooth out fine wrinkles and/or rough, dry skin. AHA  and Beta lift peels may also be used to improve the texture of sun-damaged skin, balance out skin pigmentation, or diminish some types of acne scars. These peels are often repeated to achieve the desired  results. The application of AHA and Beta lift peels are relatively fast and simple. These peels are generally performed in the doctor’s office. No sedation or anesthesia is required, since the patient only experiences a slight stinging when the solution is applied. The treatment usually takes about 10 to 15 minutes, but the doctor may vary the concentration of  the chemical solution or the length of time of the treatment.

 Medium Peel (Trichloracetic acid TCA)
  Uses 1. Smooth out fine surface wrinkles
  2. Removes superficial blemishes
  3. Corrects pigment problem
     

 

Consideration 1.

Can be used on neck or other body areas

  2. May require pre-treatment with Retino – A or AHA creams
Medium Peel  before Medium Peel  after
Before After
Deep Peel
  Uses 1. Correct blotches caused by : seen exposure, birth – control pills, aging
  2. Smoothes out coarse wrinkles
  3. Removes pre-cancerous growths
Consideration    
  1. Used on the face only
  2. Not recommend for dark – skied individuals
  3.

Procedure may pose risk for patients with heart problem. Full face treatment may take     one hour or more. Recovery may be slow – complete healing may take several months.

  4. May  permanently remove facial freckles
  5.

Sun protection, including sunblock , must always be used

  6. Results are dramatic & long, lasting
  7. Permanent skin lightning and liner of demarcation may occur.
Deep Peel before Deep Peel after
 
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