Chemical Peel is the technique used to improve the appearance of skin, especially face. A chemical peel is a solution, which exfoliates the skin and finally peeling. The new skin is smoother, fresh and wrinkles less. Chemical peel rejuvenates the skin texture and tone. Chemical Peels remove dry, dull skin cells and reveal smoother, more radiant skin underneath.
The dermatologist who should understand your skin should use the chemical peel. Who use highly concentrated exfoliates. Chemical peels can be performed as outpatient procedures, but they tend to result in noticeable skin flaking, peeling or downtime, depending on the strength of the peel. To minimize downtime, and deliver the best results, a series of peels are usually performed over a six- to 12-week period, followed by maintenance twice a year.
What should be done before Chemical Peel?
Take a consultation with the dermatologist and then embark for the chemical peel.
When is a Chemical Peel appropriate?
Who should not go for Chemical Peel?
The procedures are not recommended for the people having broken skin, active skin disease, infections, and sunburn.