26 Aug, 2022
Once we are exposed to environmental toxins, sunlight, and other irritants, they continue to harm our skin. These factors can contribute to visible signs of ageing, acne, sun damage, and other skin issues over time. Wearing sunscreen, using antioxidant serums, and getting regular skin checks can help slow the ageing process and keep your skin healthy and looking its best. However, there may be times when a more aggressive treatment is required to address your specific skin concerns, and that is when medical-grade chemical peels can help you.
These chemical peels can only be obtained from a licenced medical provider. A medical-grade chemical peel can be used to treat wrinkles, fine lines, age spots, acne, and uneven skin tones, among other things. Ã‚Â A chemical peel may be able to help improve the appearance of your skin, if you've tried other treatments and had little to no success.
A chemical peel removes layers of skin with a chemical solution, revealing the more youthful skin beneath. The new skin is usually smoother and has fewer lines and wrinkles, as well as a more even colour and a brighter complexion. The depth of your peel and the type of skin condition treated are determined by different chemicals used.
What conditions are treated by a chemical peel?
Chemical peels are used to treat specific skin conditions or to improve your appearance by improving your skin's tone and texture.
Chemical peels are most commonly used on the face, neck, and hands. They can help improve or reduce:
- Wrinkling, fine lines under your eyes or around your mouth.
- Specific types of acne.
- Minor scarring
- Age spots, liver spots, freckles, and uneven skin colouring
- Precancerous scaly patches
- Dry skin, scaly patches, and a dull complexion.
- Dark spots.
- A light chemical peel, which is often done in a series, provides subtle improvement over time. In this peel, the skin's outermost layer is removed. If you have fine wrinkling, acne, uneven skin colouring, or dry, rough sun-damaged skin, this option can be chosen to promote a healthy glow. The recovery time following this peel can range from a few hours to a few days, with little to no downtime.
- A medium chemical peel gives your skin a smooth, youthful appearance. In this peel, the upper part of your middle skin layer and the outermost layer is removed. If you have uneven or moderate skin discoloration, age spots, acne scarring, or fine-to-moderate wrinkles, this option may be recommended to you. This type of peel may take a week or more to heal and may necessitate some downtime.
- A deep chemical peel provides the most dramatic results. This chemical penetrates your skin's lower middle layer. A deep peel requires more recovery time. This option is recommended if you have moderate lines and wrinkles, extensive sun damage, deep acne scars, blotchy skin, and/or actinic keratosis, which are precancerous growths. Pre-treatment for a deep chemical peel can last up to eight weeks. Specific instructions will be provided by your doctor. If applied to your face, a deep chemical peel is a one-time treatment with significant downtime.
How are chemical peels performed?
Different chemical solutions produce different outcomes. The depth of your peel will be determined in collaboration with your dermatologist. This joint decision may vary depending on your skin's condition and treatment goals.
Why should you have your peel done by a medical professional?
While at-home chemical peels are available, we do not recommend them. They are not only less effective, but they also carry a higher risk of side effects and complications. One can face serious side effects of chemical peels if they are not performed by an in experienced person.
A chemical peel is a medical procedure that should be performed only by a licenced medical professional. When done correctly, a chemical peel can produce stunning, long-lasting results. We at Ghaziabad, have a team of dermatologists, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants who are well trained to perform of his procedure with perfection.
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