Chemical peeling and dermabrasion

A chemical peel is a procedure used to resurface the skin using a chemical solution applied to the skin to remove the upper layers. The skin that grows back after a chemical peel becomes smoother and younger looking.

Chemical peels are used to treat wrinkles, discoloration of the skin and scars, usually on the face. Chemical peels can be used alone or in combination with other cosmetic procedures.

Frequently Asked Questions

Chemical peeling treatments can be performed on the skin of the face, neck or hands, and are usually used for the following purposes: Reducing fine wrinkles under the eyes and around the mouth. Treating wrinkles caused by factors such as: exposure to sunlight, aging, genetics. Improve the appearance of mild wounds. Treating certain types of acne and its effects. Reducing freckles and spots that appear with: aging, pregnancy, birth control pills. Improving the look and feel of lighter texture and skin.
There are many problems in which chemical peeling does not work, as it does not respond well to it, such as: loose skin, swelling, or severe wrinkling of the skin. The treatment of the aforementioned problems usually requires other cosmetic surgery treatments, such as: laser and carbon dioxide peeling, face-lift operations, eyebrow lift, eyelid lift, or soft tissue filler (with collagen or fat).
Usually, those with fair skin and fair hair are the best candidates for chemical peeling. As for people with dark skin, good results can be obtained and skin lightening as well, and this of course depends on the type of problem that you want to address.
First, the skin is cleaned well, using excess sebum removers. Then the hair and eyes are covered. Then, one or more chemical solutions are applied to small areas of the skin, such as: glycolic acid, trichloride acid, salicylic acid, lactic acid or carbolic acid (phenol).

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Chemical peeling
  • 10 February, 2021
  • Chemical peeling and dermabrasion

Chemical peeling is one of the most popular non-surgical cosmetic solutions that treat acne scars, minor wrinkles and dark spots that attack different areas of the body away from surgical cosmetic procedures and complex surgeries. Instead of resorting to a surgery that concerns one area of ​​the body, chemical peeling can be performed on the face, hands, neck, and all parts of the body, and before taking it, we offer you everything related to chemical peeling and know the benefits of chemical peeling and chemical peeling steps to improve the face and skin, which secures you. Get great results without damages ....

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Chemical peeling and dermabrasion