What is Chemical Peeling?
Chemical peels can greatly kill dead skin cells and give your skin clarity. In this technique, a special chemical is applied to the skin, which causes peeling of the outer surfaces. Following this technique, the skin becomes brighter and regains its radiance.
The new skin that is replaced with peeling has less wrinkles and is softer than before. Chemical peels are usually done on the skin of the face, neck and hands.
Benefits of chemical peeling
Chemical peels can greatly regenerate your skin. If this technique is performed by a specialist doctor, it can largely get rid of dead skin cells and restore beauty and youth. Here are some benefits of chemical peels:
- Reduce lines and lines on the face in areas such as under the eyes and laugh line
- Possibility to eliminate fine wrinkles caused by sunlight or aging.
Healing old scars and wounds caused by acne and surgical sutures.
- The possibility of treating subcutaneous and inflamed pimples
- Chemical peels can eliminate blemishes, freckles and skin discoloration caused by pregnancy and overexposure to direct sunlight.
If chemical peeling is done by an expert, it can increase the confidence and beauty of the skin.
Types of chemical peeling
In general, chemical peelings are divided into the following types:
- Deep chemical peeling
- Medium chemical peeling
- Light chemical peeling
It is up to the doctor to choose any of the above methods and which one is more suitable for you. If any of the above methods are chosen incorrectly or applied to the skin in the wrong way, it can have irreparable consequences for the person.
It is necessary to pay attention to the fact that in deep peeling, more surface of facial spots or wrinkles can be treated, deep peeling is stronger than superficial peeling and is more successful in treating sun spots.
Who are the good candidates for chemical peeling?
The most common candidate for a chemical peel is a person with sun-damaged skin, unbalanced pigments, or active keratosis.
Sun damage leads to wrinkles, thinning of the skin, sunburn spots (liver spots or sun cells) and a precursor to skin cancer.
Skin peels may be used to treat acne scars.
Who are not a good candidate for chemical peeling?
Chemical peelings are not usually considered a treatment. But some of the people mentioned below are better off not using this method. Ultimately, the decision to do or not to do this procedure is the responsibility of the specialist doctor:
Have a history of scarring or abnormal skin lesions
Dark natural spots on the skin
Discoloration of skin pigments due to deep scars
People who have had serious acne and pimple treatments in the past year
Medications and ointments that make the skin overly sensitive.
People with allergies and defective immune systems.
People who want facial radiotherapy or other facial surgery
People who have a severe infection in the treatment area.
Also, people with dark skin should be very careful about chemical peels. This is because it is very likely that the pigments of the newly treated skin will be different from the current skin color.
Price and cost of chemical peeling:
The cost of chemical peeling for each person varies depending on the surface peeling and deep peeling, it is not possible to say conclusively how much the cost of chemical peeling per person.