Guide on Chemical Face Peel

July 3, 2011 by: admin

Chemical face peel is the chemical solution for removing the outer damaged layer of your skin and create new layer which is smoother and wrinkle less than the old skin. In this peeling process several types of acid solutions are used. The chemical peeling is essential for those people who has wrinkles, blemishes and spots on skin.  There are three most popular types of chemical face peeling:

1. TCA (Trichloroacetic Acids):
This is most common type of chemical peeling and it requires for deep peeling. Wrinkles, pigment problems and blemishes are treated with TCA. The TCA peeling type is preferred for the dark-skin people and also it help to remove the problems of skin pigments. It also improves the blackheads and acne by throwing away the dead skin layer of your skin. After this peeling the patient need to protect her/his skin from the antibacterial ointment for about a week.

2. AHA (Alpha Hydroxy Acids):

This type of peeling is also most popular and it can provide brighter and smoother looking skin. In AHA peels removes the outer layer of dead cells and thus bring out the healthier and smooth looking skin. It works as an exfoliant. The AHA peeling may divided into five different types i.e Lactic Acid, Citric Acid, Glycolic Acid, Tartaric Acid and Malic Acid.

3. Phenol :
This type of peeling is strong and it requires deep skin peeling. It helps you to correct the blotches which can causes due to aging or sun exposure and also it will removes the growth of precancerous. The solution of the phenol peel may be applied for 10mins and the strength of the peel may be depend on the concentration mixed  by the practician. Phenol peel helps you to remove deeper lines and wrinkles.


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