Chemical Peel

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Chemical Peel in dubai

Giving natural processes a boost might sometimes be beneficial. Human skin is constantly exfoliating, shedding and replacing dead cells. However, it may not always do so as quickly as we would like. Chemical peels, for example, can help speed up the process at this point.

Peeling the skin on a regular basis helps to stimulate cellular activity and can be used to treat a range of skin problems, including age spots, acne, enlarged pores, and pre-cancerous growths. Chemical peels are available in our clinic and exfoliate either mildly, moderately, or violently, depending on the chemical employed.

WHAT Chemical Peel?

Most individuals do not consider their skin to be an organ, but it is the body's largest organ. The epidermis, dermis, and fat layer are the three layers that make up our skin. Chemical peels target the epidermis, blistering the top layer, but they can also enter the dermis. The top layer of skin loosens and finally peels away, revealing new, immaculate skin beneath it, which replaces the older, dead, and damaged cells. Chemical peels are a simple, non-invasive way to rejuvenate your skin. Cleopatra was a proponent of chemical peels from the beginning. As a peeling agent, she used sour milk, which contains lactic acid. The tartaric acid present in grapes was also utilised by the Romans.

What Skin Issues Can Chemical Peels Help With?

Chemical peels are unable to treat deep face wrinkles or tighten loose, sagging skin. However, they work wonders for the following skin conditions:

• Damage caused by the sun
• Wrinkles and fine lines
• Issues with texture
• Problems with pigmentation
• Spots of old age
• Acne scars and acne
• Freckles
• areas of scaly skin

Light Chemical Peels

The mildest form of the procedure is a gentle chemical peel, which uses glycolic acid or salicylic acid.

What Issues Can Be Addressed With A Light Chemical Peel?
Superficial chemical peels are great for exfoliating the epidermis' top layer, eliminating dead and damaged skin cells, and brightening the skin's appearance. For the following, we apply light peels:

• Fine creases on dry skin
• Acne relief
• In a light chemical peel, what chemicals are used?

Glycolic acid (produced from sugar cane, grapes, or sugar beets), lactic acid (derived from sour milk), or salicylic acid are the most commonly used alphahydroxy acids for these peels (derived from plants).

Peeling with a light chemical Recovery
Your skin may be red and irritated after your first few gentle peels, but this will fade as your skin becomes more exfoliated, and your skin will simply glow afterward. Because of its gentle nature, a light chemical peel can be applied once a week for up to six weeks, depending on the patient's desired outcomes.

Medium Chemical Peels

A medium chemical peel removes skin from the upper part of the middle layer of the skin, or the dermis, as well as the outermost layer. Trichloroacetic acid, in combination with glycolic acid, can be utilized for this purpose.

What Kinds of Problems Can A Medium Chemical Peel Help With?
Peels with a medium depth penetrate further into the dermis layer. They're used to treat the following conditions:

• Scars from acne
• Wrinkles that are deeper
• Pigmentation that is uneven

Chemical Peel Recovery:
ModerateTrichloroacetic acid is the peeling agent. Because medium peels leave the skin red and stinging, they will take some time to heal. There will be crusting, and the redness will last for several weeks. Medium peels can be done three or four times a year, but not more than that.

Deep Chemical Peels

What Conditions Can A Deep Chemical Peel Help With?
Deep peels reach the lower dermis layer and can help with the following issues:

• Wrinkles that are deeper
• Damage caused by the sun
• Precancerous tumors
• Scars on the skin that are blotchy

Get Ready for a Deep Chemical Peel
Patients must first undertake some pre-treatment at home to prepare their skin for the procedure before undergoing a deep peel. The patient will given a topical anesthetic and, if desired, a sedative before to the peel to assist control any discomfort.

Revocery of a Deep Chemical Peel
Deep chemical peels are a more harsh skin treatment that necessitates some downtime. After the peel, the patient will experience peeling, crusting, edema, and redness for several days. Redness can last up to three months, and sunscreen is essential because your skin will be quite delicate.

What Is The Maximum Number Of Deep Chemical Peels I Can Have?
Deep chemical peels should only be done once per ten years because to their abrasiveness.

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How Much Does Chemical Peels Cost?

peels can cost anywhere from AED 600 to AED 900

FAQ

Asked By Others

What Is A Chemical Peel And How Does It Work?

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During the process, the doctor normally applies the chemical solution to the patient's skin with a cotton-tipped applicator. The skin will begin to change color as the chemical reagents come into contact with it, facilitating the peeling process.

How Long Do They Take?

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Light chemical peels can take as little as 10 minutes to complete, medium chemical peels 20 minutes, and deep chemical peels 60 to 90 minutes.

Is it possible to mix chemical peels with other treatments?

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We can also use laser and IPL rejuvenation to tighten the skin, as well as dermal filters and Botox, to enhance the outcomes of your chemical peel. Team will do a complete skin assessment to identify what best matches your needs.

Are Chemical Peels Harmful to Your Skin?

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Peeling skin after any cosmetic procedure, including peels, can erase years in as little as two weeks. While we do do peels with varied levels of flaking following treatment, it is relatively simple to control and maintain in less than 5 days.

Is There A Difference Between Chemical Peels?

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Yes, we have seven different peel strengths available right now. Because each patient's skin is unique, they will require various substances and concentrations to attain the greatest results. Our staff of experts is well knowledgeable about the various peel strengths and can advise you on the best course of action.

Is a chemical peel beneficial to the skin?

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Yes, chemical peels can minimize fine lines, repair wrinkles caused by UV damage and aging, enhance the look of scars, treat acne, reduce age spots, freckles, and dark patches (melasma), improve skin tone and texture, and send signals to the body to manufacture new collagen.

What is the purpose of a chemical peel?

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Chemical peels, in general, remove the top layer of skin and replace it with healthier, more youthful skin. This improves the individual's bothersome surface defects. Chemical peels include alpha hydroxy acid peels (AHA), beta hydroxy acid peels (BHA), Jessners' peels, retinoic acid peels, trichloroacetic acid peels (TCA), and phenol peels, which range in intensity from minimally superficial to thoroughly resurfacing. In order to discover the best option for you, you need sit down with your doctor and have a complete consultation.

Is it possible to observe results with only one peel?

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Yes, chemical peels produce noticeable changes, such as improved luminosity, better skin texture, and refined pores.

Is it possible to erase dark stains using a chemical peel?

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Chemical peels can minimize the appearance of hyperpigmentation and acne scars by stimulating cellular turnover.

Is it safe to use chemical peels?

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When performed by an experienced, certified medical aesthetician, chemical peel procedures are FDA-approved and usually regarded a safe, effective operation. Chemical peels have been used for decades and have passed extensive clinical trials.

What should I know before getting a chemical peel?

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Chemical peels are not recommended for skin that is tanned or sunburned. Two weeks before your peel, avoid using self-tanner. Seven days before to treatment, stop using any topical prescription drugs.

Following my chemical peel, what else should I expect?

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Chemical peels are often misunderstood as unpleasant or requiring a lot of downtime, but this is not the case. While each person's results may differ, chemical peels usually have very minor negative effects. Peels usually cause little to no discomfort and just little flaking, and your skin will be bright and healthy thereafter.It's crucial to maintain the skin moisturized after the peel; 7–10 days after the procedure, we recommend applying a mild moisturizer to assist your skin repair and obtain the best results. Because your skin may be temporarily more sensitive to the sun as it heals, you should avoid any sun exposure while it heals. And, as tempting as it may seem, please resist from peeling or picking your skin after the surgery. When you follow your medical provider's post-peel advice, your skin will begin to recover naturally.

How long does a chemical peel session last?

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Depending on the sort of peel you're getting, your appointment will last anywhere from thirty to sixty minutes.

How does the technique work?

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You'll meet with your provider to discuss your options before getting a chemical peel. Your provider will wash, tone, and apply your chemical peel when you arrive for your appointment. If you're getting a Lactic, Glycolic, or Salicylic peel, it'll be neutralized 1-2 minutes after it's applied. You must leave a PCA peel on for the remainder of the day if you are getting one (min. 8 hours). Following the application of any chemical peel, your therapist will administer a variety of serums, boosters, moisturizers, and sunscreen. With little to no discomfort, you will leave feeling and looking fresh and bright.

how many sessions i need ?

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Depending on the problem being treated and how your skin reacts to the chemical peel, you may require many treatments. Chemical peels are used to address a variety of skin issues, so it's ideal to discuss this with your medical practitioner during your appointment. For example, if you have acne and blocked pores, a chemical peel every couple of weeks can be advised, depending on your issues and skin needs.

Is it possible to mix chemical peels with other treatments?

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Yes. Chemical peels are frequently used in conjunction with other procedures like as laser genesis, dermaplaning, and microneedling. During your appointment, we'll talk about the best treatment plan for you to get the results you want.

I'm not sure whether I'm a candidate!

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You'll be relieved to learn that this is a wonderful treatment for many skin types, and various formulas may make one better than the other for your particular skincare aim. If you're using oral drugs like steroids or Accutane, you might not be a good fit. Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should not be treated.

A chemical peel may be beneficial if you are concerned about acne, fine lines, dullness, sun damage, and/or discolouration. Chemical peels, on the other hand, are not a "one-size-fits-all" procedure. With so many alternatives to explore, it's best to start with a consultation with a skilled medical professional. You will meet with our skilled Medical Staff for a complimentary consultation where we will go over your medical history, discuss your concerns, and tell you what sort of outcomes you may expect from fillers, including which peel is advised for you.

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