Chemical Peels Are Safe and FDA-Approved
Do you want to remove all those aging signs from your skin that make you feel uncomfortable? Then chemical peels may be just the right remedy for you. This technique can not only give your skin a rosy youthful glow but can also reduce signs of the aging process. It can also help you with stubborn skin problems like acne.
What Are Chemical Peels?
Chemical peels are also widely known by the name of chemexfoliation. In this technique, a special chemical solution will be applied to your skin on the specific portion where you want the treatment to be done. Then that layer eventually peels off, exfoliating your skin and revealing fresh new layers of skin. The chemicals that are applied to your skin include trichloroacetic acid (TCA), alpha hydroxyl acids (AHA), and phenol.
What Are the Various Types of Chemical Peels?
• Superficial Peel: In this technique, a mild acid is used to carry out exfoliation for the external skin. An acid like alpha hydroxyl acid is used in this case. It can help reduce the appearance of skin discolorations and can also bring a rejuvenating effect to the hands, neck, and face.
• Medium Peel: In this technique, the damaged skin layers are removed with the help of an acid like trichloroacetic acid. This type of chemical peel treatment is very effective in smoothing out rough and damaged skin and can also reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, giving you a younger look.
• Deep Peel: In the deep peel technique, acids like higher-concentration trichloroacetic acid and phenol are used to moderate the appearance of fine lines and freckles. Phenol is able to reach deeper to address harsh skin issues.
Benefits of Chemical Peels
Men and women who are suffering from the various symptoms of aging skin get visible results after implementing the chemical peel technique. Chemical peels are effective in a wide array of situations.
Are you worried about those fine lines that have started appearing beneath your eyes? These are called crow’s feet and can be reduced with the chemical peel treatment. If you have other problems like hyperpigmentation, melasma, sagging skin, and skin damage that has resulted from sun overexposure, chemical peels can address these issues. They can also help to get rid of acne that has been tormenting you for years.
Are Chemical Peels Safe?
If you are worried about the safety of your skin when using chemical peels, it’s important to learn more about the procedure. The technique has been rigorously clinically tested and has been approved by the FDA as safe for use. It is a painless procedure for achieving flawless skin. The lighter the peel, the gentler it is on the skin tissues.
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With the help of chemical peels, you won’t need to worry about the appearance of blemishes, freckles, and acne; they can be instantly removed with just a single treatment session.
So if you want clearer and younger-looking skin safely and conveniently, the chemical peel may be right for you. Contact the office of double-board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. David Shafer to learn more about chemical peels during a consultation.