Krasota Health and Beauty

Chemical Peels

Chemical Peels

Chemical peels for wrinkles are a technique used to improve the appearance of the skin. It is the process of causing controlled chemical injury to the skin (partial or complete epidermis and may also involve dermis). A chemical peeling on face solution is applied to the skin that causes exfoliation of top layers leading to the removal of superficial lesions followed by regeneration of new epidermal and dermal tissue. 

During the peeling treatment, most patients experience a warm to the hot sensation that may last about 5 to 15 minutes, followed by a stinging sensation. Deeper chemical peel acne scars may be more painful and require medication during or after the procedure.

BENEFITS: 

  • Helps prevent sunspots
  • Lighten the appearance of hyper-pigmentation
  • Treats and prevents all forms of comedogenic pore obstruction that causes acne and blackheads
  • Fades both shallow and deep scars, stretch marks
  • Reverses signs of aging and sun damage such as wrinkles
  • Clarifies the pores
  • Make pores smaller
  • Improves skin tone
  • Enhances collagen formation
  • Illuminates the complexion
  • Greatly improve skin texture by increasing epidermal turnover time
  • Gives a younger, fresher, hydrated look

LIGHT CHEMICAL PEEL FACIAL OR SUPERFICIAL (FRUIT, JESSNER PEEL, OR SALICYLIC ACID-BASE) IS A GOOD FOR MILD SKIN ISSUES SUCH AS

 

  • Mild wrinkles and lines
  • Light hyperpigmentation
  • Minor acne scarring
  • Minor skin tone and texture issues
  • Dull skin

The treatment is recommended once per month.
After treatment, you may experience minor redness and irritation.
No downtime after treatment. 

MEDIUM BEST CHEMICAL PEELS (BEST GLYCOLIC ACID PEELING BASE) FOR DEEPER EXFOLIATION. IT IS GOOD FOR SUCH SKIN ISSUES AS

  • Chemical peel acne scars
  • Noticeable skin damage
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Uneven skin tone
  • Dry or damaged skin texture

The treatment is recommended once a month or 4 – 6 per month. 

The more invasive the peel facial, the longer it will take to heal in full. Healing can take anywhere from a couple of days to a few weeks.

Some swelling, redness, and irritation will likely occur. Blisters and crusting are also common after the
treatment.

Who Is A Good Candidate For A Chemical Peeling Treatment?

Usually, light-haired and fair-skin tone patients are the better candidates for chemical peeling treatment. If you have a dark skin tone, you might also have better results, depending upon the sort of problem being treated. But you might also be more likely to have uneven skin after the chemical peeling on face treatment. 

Skin drops, swelling, and more harsh wrinkles do not respond fine to chemical peels. They might need other sorts of cosmetic surgical processes, like laser rejuvenation, brow & facelift, eyelid lift, or soft cell filler. A plastic surgeon can help decide the most suitable kind of treatment for you. 

Before You Get The Best Chemical Peels For Wrinkles:

Inform your doctor if you have any past scars, cold sores that keep coming back, or any facial X-rays! Before you get the best chemical peel for wrinkles, your doctor might ask you to stop taking certain medications and prepare your skin by using other drugs, like retin or best glycolic acid peel.

Work with your doctor to decide the depth of your peel facial. This decision relies on the condition of your skin and your aims for treatment.

 Ask your doctor whether you will need to have somebody drive you home after your chemical peeling treatment. 

What You Can Expect After The Chemical Peeling On Face?

Depending upon the kind of chemical peel, a reaction like a sunburn occurs following the treatment! Peeling generally involves redness followed by scaling that ends in seven days. Mild acid peeling might be repeated at four-week intervals unless you get the look you want.

Deep peeling might outcome in inflammation and blisters that might break, turn brown, crust, and peel off over time of 7-15 days. If necessary, medium peels might be repeated in 6-12 months.

 After the procedure, you might need bandages for few days on part or on the skin area that was being treated.

You will need to prevent the sun for few months after a chemical peel because your new skin will be delicate.

 Final Results:

A chemical peel enhances the texture of your skin, tone, and reduces the look of fine wrinkles. The results are slight but increased with repeated procedures! If you have a medium chemical peeling treatment, treated skin will be smoother. After a deep chemical peeling treatment, you will see dramatic growth in the look and feel of the treated areas. Results might not be ever-lasting. Overage, time, and new sunburn can lead to new fine lines and skin tone changes. 

Through all peels, the new skin is momentarily more receptive to the sun. Krasota beauty experts will guide you on how to protect your skin from the sun.

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