Chemical Peel

Chemical peel means the utilization of chemically produced agents to speed up skin renewal processes. The common agent includes Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHA), Beta Hydroxy Acids (BHA), Trichloroacetic acid (TCA), Lactic acid and Glycolic Acid and so on.

Acids of different properties and concentrations are suitable for different skin textures and problems. In general, a chemical peel can remove epidermal skin layers and thicken the dermis, which helps resolve skin problems such as spots, uneven skin color, fine lines, acne, imbalanced sebum secretion, and skin laxity.

What Chemical Peel is used for?

 Evening dull skin tone

 Preventing acne

 Reducing fine lines

 Balancing sebum secretion

 Improving scars

It should be noted that related risks should be understood clearly before the treatment. Areas under treatment may be subject to reddening, mild peeling, or change in skin texture. These problems will usually last for three to seven days or even longer, depending on individual situations. If there is any problem before or after the treatment, consultation with supervising medical practitioner is essential. 

Chemical Peel
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