A chemical peel is performed to reduce fine lines, remove facial blemishes, reverse uneven skin pigmentation of the face and improve skin texture from sun damage. There are several types of chemical peel solutions and formulas offered.
Who best qualifies for Chemical Peel Treatment
Patients looking to alleviate acne, smooth wrinkles, improve skin texture or to reduce effects of sun damage qualify for Chemical Peeling.
Good candidates are individuals who have the following symptoms:
What to expect during your Chemical Peel
There are three main types of chemical peels and each procedure produces different results. Depending on your skin color, your skin texture and your appearance goals, our cosmetic surgeons can perform light peel, medium peel or deep chemical peel. The doctor can modify any of the treatments to meet the specific needs of your skin type.
Chemical peels are applied directly to the skin typically in liquid, cream or gel form. Once applied, they begin to break up the top layers of the skin. In the following hours or days, you will start to notice some redness as peeling of the dead skin occurs and comes off.
After Chemical Peel Treatment
Although the results of chemical peels are favorably positive, certain types of skin react differently and may develop permanent pigmentation changes.
Some patients may develop:
*Chemical peel burns
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