WHAT CAN BE CORRECTED BY CHEMICAL PEELING?
Chemical peeling is an effective and popular skin peeling procedure among patients of cosmetic clinics and salons. The procedure is really very popular. In this article, we will analyze who is suitable for this procedure, what aesthetic skin problems can be solved by peeling, and who should still refrain from it,since there are contraindications.
Peeling-transforms the appearance, visually rejuvenating the face! Peeling can effectively refresh the skin, improve its texture, remove pigmentation, remove wrinkles. Also, peeling can get rid of stagnant post-acne spots, scars and scars. Usually, peeling is performed on the face, but if there are problems in other areas, such as the hands, neck, and decollete, then you can treat these areas with peeling.
Chemical peeling will be effective at any age, for any type of skin, the main thing is to choose the right acids and their concentration. The wonderful properties of fruit and lactic acids have been known for a long time. We all remember the legends about Cleopatra’s milk baths and how our grandmothers bleached their faces with lemon juice, made masks from berries and fruits to improve the skin condition and fight early aging.
TYPES OF CHEMICAL PEELS AND WHAT AESTHETIC PROBLEMS CAN BE SOLVED WITH ACIDS.
Chemical peeling is a controlled process of removing the upper layers of the skin when exposed to special chemical compositions for its physiological renewal by increasing the rate of exfoliation.
Indications for chemical peeling:
Gray, dull skin color.
Local pigmentation, hyperpigmentation.
Hyperkeratosis, improvement of skin relief.
Dryness, tightness of the skin.
Loss of elasticity, fuzzy face shape.
Fight against scars, stretch marks and scars.
Increased fat content of the skin.
As you can see, with the help of this procedure, you can get rid of many problems, but the main thing is to choose the right type of peeling and its concentration. This can only be done by an experienced cosmetologist who has received special training in chemical peels. Otherwise, a simple procedure at first glance can lead to complications. It is important to adhere to all the recommendations of the cosmetologist, use the post-peeling care selected by them.
In modern cosmetology peels are classified into 3 gpuppas:
Surface peeling is the most common type of chemical peeling. The effect of this peeling affects only the upper layers of dead cells of the epidermis. In addition to moisturizing, cleansing and exfoliating the upper layers of the skin, peeling normalizes the action of the sebaceous glands, has bactericidal properties, which helps in the fight against acne. Also, surface peels are actively involved in many anti-age protocols for the treatment of photo, Chrono aging. It is well tolerated, if all the recommendations of the cosmetologist are followed, and has almost no side effects.
Middle chemical peeling. The effect of this type of peeling affects the stratum corneum up to the basal membrane, so this peeling requires rehabilitation, with this type of peeling there is a strong peeling. Peeling has a powerful anti-aging effect by stimulating the structural elements of the dermis. It is also suitable for dealing with scars, scars, stretch marks. It is an excellent keratolytic, fights stagnant post-acne spots.
Deep chemical peeling. This type of chemical peeling is performed exclusively in stationary conditions, is equated to surgery and is done under anesthesia. In this type of peeling, the epidermis is “burned out”, affecting the basal membrane. Exposure is equivalent to a chemical burn, so rehabilitation is long, up to five months. Do this peeling to get rid of scars, scars, deep wrinkles. The effect of peeling can last up to 5-7 years, but it can be done only once in a lifetime.
POSSIBLE COMPLICATIONS OF CHEMICAL PEELING.
Light, superficial peels are almost always pass without complications. There may be a slight redness of the skin, a feeling of tightness, which passes within an hour or two. On day 3-5, there may be peeling of the skin.
Complications after median chemical peeling.
An allergic reaction to the action of a chemical acid.
Erythema, an unpleasant feeling of tightness.
The appearance of age spots.
The greatest risk of complications is deep peeling. During this peeling, melanocytes, cells that are responsible for skin color, are damaged. When exposed to phenol, they can completely collapse and this process is irreversible. Therefore, those who did this peeling are forbidden to sunbathe, since the skin will be exposed to harmful solar radiation at times more strongly.
Contraindications to the peeling procedure:
Allergic reactions to components of the peel.
Violation of the integrity of the skin at the site of application of the composition.
Tendency to keloid scars.
Herpes in the acute stage.
Aggressive procedures over the past 6 months (laser resurfacing, phototherapy, retinoid peels).
Peeling procedures can be performed at absolutely any age, it can be done for both women and men. Peels have proven to be effective, safe procedures that give a quick visible result in eliminating a wide range of aesthetic problems.
Competent selection of chemical peels, adequate rehabilitation period give truly amazing results!