How Does Chemical Peel Work?
Uneven skin tone, acne, acne scars are definitely one of the most common skin concerns that we face in the modern day. And one of the easy solution that our clinic offers to help treat these problems are chemical peel. A chemical peel could improve the appearance of your skin.
In this treatment, a chemical solution is applied to your skin. After that, acne, blackheads, uneven texture, and fine lines are reduced, so your skin can appear smoother, brighter, and younger. There are three levels of chemical peel, light peel, middle peel, and deep peel. Depending on the different type of skin and main concerns to treat, the type of chemical peel recommended by our consultants will vary.
Uneven skin tone
About the Procedure
Our health practitioner will first cleanse your face, then apply a thin layer of chemical solution typically containing glycolic acid or salicylic acid on your skin. You may get one-two more layer depending on your skin condition and skin goals. During this process, you may feel a slight warm and stinging sensation. After that, a health practitioner will apply a neutralizing solution, repair cream, and sunscreen on your treated skin. For more information, please speak to our medical consultant to see if you’re suitable for this treatment.
Don’t use hot water rising your treated skin
Apply daily sunscreen
Apply daily moisturizer and keep your skin moist
The level of discomfort during a chemical peel can vary depending on the depth of the peel and individual sensitivity. Superficial peels may cause a mild tingling or stinging sensation, while deeper peels may result in a more intense sensation. Your skincare professional may use topical anesthesia to minimize discomfort during deeper peels.
The downtime after a chemical peel depends on the depth of the peel. Superficial peels generally have little to no downtime, with mild redness that usually resolves within a day or two. Deeper peels may cause more noticeable peeling and redness, and the recovery time can range from a few days to a week or more.
The number of chemical peel treatments needed varies based on the specific skin concerns and the depth of the peel. Some individuals may achieve their desired results with a single peel, while others may benefit from a series of peels spaced a few weeks apart.
A chemical peel is suitable for individuals looking to improve their skin’s texture, tone, and appearance. But please avoid chemical peels if you:
Outbreaks cold sore
Have taken isotretinoin in the past six months
The results of a chemical peel can be long-lasting, especially with proper skincare and sun protection. However, the longevity of the results can vary depending on factors such as the depth of the peel, the individual’s skin condition, and their skincare routine. Regular maintenance treatments may be recommended to sustain the benefits.
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