Krasota Health and Beauty
Chemical peels are a technique used to improve the appearance of the skin. It is the process of causingcontrolled chemical injury to the skin ( partial or complete epidermis and may also involve dermis). Achemical solution is applied to the skin that causes exfoliation of top layers leading to removal ofsuperficial lesions followed by regeneration of new epidermal and dermal tissue.
During the procedure, most patients experience a warm to hot sensation that may last about 5 to 15minutes, followed by a stinging sensation. A deeper peel may be more painful and require medicationduring or after the procedure.
- Helps prevent sun spots
- 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, stretchmarks
- 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 turn over time
- Gives a younger, fresher, hydrated look
Light chemical peel or Superficial (fruit 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
Treatment recommended once per month.
After treatment you may experience minor redness and irritation.
No downtime after treatment.
Medium peels ( glycolic acid base) for deeper exfoliation. It is good for such skin issue as
- Acne scars
- Noticeable skin damage
- Uneven skin tone
- Dry or damaged skin texture
Treatment recommended once a month or 4 – 6 per month.
The more invasive the peel, 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