Medical Skin Peel
Yes, it’s completely safe, medical acid peel, also know as Chemical peel, works best for people who are experiencing pigmentation, textured skin, discoloration, acne and acne scarring. A chemical peel is a chemical exfoliation process that penetrates deeper in the skin in order for the top layers of the skin to start shedding. Chemical peels will assist with regulating oil production and target bacteria within the skin.
Chemical peels improve the appearance of acne scars by breaking the bonds of the outer layer skin to remove dull old looking outer skin and promoting new skin genesis. The new skin that replaces it is usually smoother and less scarred in appearance.
- Removal of acne acne: avoid abnormal keratin accumulation and promote the activation and renewal of epidermal cells. Accelerate the relief of acne inflammatory lesions, and have a superior therapeutic effect on acne and acne. It also helps to reduce acne spots and scars.
- Lighten spots and acne marks: peels off the aged stratum corneum, and at the same time removes the pigmentation and spots left after skin inflammation
- Removal of superficial acne scars: promote the production of collagen, which is also helpful for the renewal of elastic fibers and the formation of base materials, so that the tissues of the acne scars are renewed and plumped, smooth and full.
- Removal of fine lines: coupled with its own antioxidant capacity, it is effective in preventing skin aging and reducing fine wrinkles.
- Improving the skin’s color, clarity, tone and texture.
- Stimulating new collagen and healthy skin cell growth, resulting in a radiant complexion.
- Reducing discoloration caused by sun damage.
- Helping to clear up breakouts.
- Smoothing away the look of fine lines and wrinkles.
People with acne, acne, superficial acne scars, stains and acne marks
Precautions before medical peel
- Stop all exfoliating products or treatments 2-4 weeks before treatment;
- Avoid sun exposure 2-4 weeks before treatment;
- Any type of facial hair removal treatment (such as beeswax hair removal and hair removal cream, etc.) is prohibited 2 weeks before treatment;
- Any type of facial radiofrequency or laser treatment (such as laser hair removal, photorejuvenation, etc.) is prohibited 2-4 weeks before treatment;
- Allergic to fruit acid reagents, allergic dermatitis at the peeling site, unhealed wounds, bacterial or viral infectious skin diseases, suffering from immunodeficiency diseases, taking anticoagulants, scarphysique, pregnancy, and those who have used tretinoin within one year are not suitable for treatment.
How long does it take to recover?
Treated areas take about one to seven days to heal after a light medical peel.
How often should I get a medical peel?
It is generally advised to get a chemical peel every four to six weeks. However, if you suffer from acne, there are some peels that you can do every two weeks until you find the expected results. Most people buy a series of four or five peels up front to achieve the treatment results wanted.