A skin peeling treatment involves the application of different variants of toxic chemical solutions in a supervised and controlled way, so that it could lead to the death of the necessary tissues. The required death of the wound depends on the conditions that are to be treated. The skin regenerates and rejuvenates after the peeling process, and the areas which are damaged is regenerated through the process of growth of cells from the inner layers of the epidermis as well as the undamaged parts of the hair follicles. Skin peeling treatments are broadly classified according to the depth of the damage present in the skin and are termed as deep, medium and superficial. The peels that reach deeper within the skin require deep peel treatment, while medium peels would be restricted to the epidermis and the superficial peels normally rest above the epidermis. The damage caused from the chemical peel is dependent on the concentration and nature of the chemical solution, as well as the time allowed to the solution for reacting with the skin. When the chemical peel treatment is executed properly in the affected patients, the skin will give out a youthful radiance with a uniform complexion, which will slowly coalesce with the areas that are not treated. In general, any individual with skin that is damaged by the harmful UV rays of the sun or with uneven pigmentation can opt for the skin peeling treatment.