Everyone wants a smooth, flawless skin but we hardly get time to follow home remedies. Wondering, how can we get a good skin?
Well, if you too are looking for a treatment that can lighten your skin tone and is non-invasive in nature then Peel is the right option for you. Peeling has become one of the most preferred treatments when it comes to skin whitening.
At Poison, our physicians will apply the peeling solution such as alpha hydroxyl acid to the skin in order to exfoliate the untoned pigmented skin. This treatment can give facial rejuvenation to the face by revealing a radiant and whitened skin.
Who are the right candidates for a chemical peel?
- Men and Women with any of the following skin conditions on the face, neck, chest, hands, arms, shoulders and legs:
- Acne scarring
- Sun-damaged skin
- Age spots
- Fine lines
- Rough skin
- Uneven pigmentation
There are three Classifications of Chemical Peels:
A series of treatments are used to improve the following conditions:
- To improve the surface of sun-damaged skin
- To smooth out abrasive dehydrated skin
- Desire to balance skin quality
- Effects of the Superficial Chemical Peel
- This type of chemical peel yields a prompt recovery allowing patients to resume normal daily activities immediately. Negligible flaking may occur. It is recommended that proper sun protection is used to help maintain the positive effects of this treatment.
A stronger acid is applied to the epidermis and the upper dermis to obtain a more dramatic effect than with a superficial peel. This type of chemical peel yields a prompt recovery allowing patients to resume normal daily activities immediately. Negligible flaking may occur. It is recommended that proper sun protection is used to help maintain the positive effects of this treatment.
A Deep peel has the most striking outcome of all the peel procedures because it directed at the dermis. This procedure is used to treat wrinkles, scars, blemishes, and precancer lesions. Anesthesia may be necessary for this type of peel due to the hot stinging sensation that this treatment can cause.
Effects of the Deep Peel Chemical Peel
Patients may experience redness, swelling and blistering following this chemical peel. The skin typically turns brown prior to any peeling and some crusting may occur. An ointment may by used to keep treated areas moist. It takes about 1-2 weeks before the peeling off many layers of skin becomes apparent. The deep peel will have the look and feel of severe sunburn. Normal skin color will return progressively.
With all Chemical Peel treatments, it is very important to maintain good sun protection. Special products may also be recommended to maintain positive results for your Chemical Peel.