Chemical peel at BareFace Aesthetics is what your skin needs at the moment.
In a chemical peel, the top layers of skin are removed by applying a chemical solution to the skin. The skin that regenerates is softer.
To get the results you want, you might need to use a light or medium peel more than once.
Chemical peels are frequently used to heal scars, damaged skin, and wrinkles on the face.
They may be performed separately or in conjunction with other cosmetic procedures.
Additionally, they can be performed at a range of depths, from light to profound. The results of deeper chemical peels are more spectacular, but the healing process takes longer.
Who Is Eligible For Chemical Peel?
According to experts at BareFace Aesthetics, people with light and fair skin typically make better candidates for chemical peels.
Depending on the kind of problem being addressed, darker skin may potentially yield positive outcomes.
But following the treatment, you can also be more prone to having uneven skin tone.
Chemical peels do not work effectively on skin that sags, bulges, or has deeper creases.
They could also require soft tissue fillers; a facelift, brow lifts, eyelid lifts, or laser resurfacing, among other cosmetic surgery treatments.
The best course of treatment for you can be decided with the assistance of our dermatologic surgeon at BareFace Aesthetics.
Remember To Take These Precautions Before Treatment
In a session conducted by our experts, tell your doctor if you have any history of scarring, cold sores that keep coming back, or facial X-rays.
Before you get a chemical peel, the doctor may ask you to stop taking certain medications and prepare your skin by using other medications, such as Retin-A, Renova, or glycolic acid.
Additionally, the doctor can provide antibiotics or antiviral medications.
Determine the depth of your peel in collaboration with the doctor. The condition of your skin and your treatment objectives will determine this choice.
If you want to know if you’ll need a ride home following your peel, ask our specialists in advance.
What Is The Process Of Chemical Peels?
The skin care experts at BareFace Aesthetics will assist you in choosing the most appropriate course of therapy during this session.
They will inform you of the specifics of the peel you will receive and enquire about any potential conflicts. This could include information regarding your use of acne medications and your susceptibility to scarring.
At BareFace Aesthetics, both a surgery center and a doctor’s clinic offer chemical peels. Since it is an outpatient operation, there is no overnight stay required.
Our dermatologic team performing your peel will carefully clean your skin before beginning.
After that, they will administer one or more chemical solutions to small sections of your skin, such as glycolic acid, trichloroacetic acid, salicylic acid, lactic acid, or carbolic acid (phenol).
Doing so makes a regulated wound, allowing new skin to grow in its place.
According to our experts, Most people experience a burning feeling during a chemical peel that lasts for five to ten minutes, followed by a stinging sensation.
Our dermatologists suggest Cool compresses applied to the skin may lessen the stinging. Taking painkillers during or after a deeper peel may be necessary.
We suggest you Speak with our experts if you’re unhappy with the outcomes of your chemical peel or if you’re experiencing issues.
Risk & Side Effects Of Chemical Peels
Temporary side effects include stinging or burning, redness, dryness, and mild swelling. You can lose your ability to tan permanently if you get a thorough peel.
Chemical peels, however, may have more dangers and potentially harmful side effects.
Additionally, it can result in a short-term or long-term change in skin tone, especially in women taking birth control pills and later becoming pregnant or already having a history of brownish facial discoloration.
At BareFace Aesthetics, you can avail yourself of a free consultation session with our experts before your surgery.
You can discuss all your concerns, and they’ll satisfy you, and then head for the treatment.
You can book your appointment at BareFace Aesthetics through a website or dial or UAN number for assistance.