What happens in Chemical Peeling?
Chemical peeling can be made with three to six peels in a row. At Outbloom Clinics, our skin doctor in Jaipur prescribes a sequence of six peels, three weeks apart, for the best performance. You can experience a faint tingling feeling or feel the heat on the skin, depending on the type of peel.
What are the types of Chemical Peels?
Many individuals do not know that there are many kinds of chemical peeling available that are perfect for enhancing the skin’s look.
- Glycolic Peel: The smallest molecular size of the glycolic peel penetrates into the deepest one. It’s perfect for ageing skin exfoliation and rejuvenation.
- Lactic Peel: The lactic peel is extracted from milk and is suitable for skin that is dry or susceptible to active ingredients such as retinol. The lactic peel is easier on the skin and thus does not result in any adverse reaction.
- Beta Peel: Beta peel is used in both younger and elderly patients for acne treatment. It uses salicylic acid to exfoliate the skin, help control oil, and target acne-causing bacteria.
- Vitalize Peel: To maximize the texture and lighten the pigmentation of your skin, the Vitalize peel contains citric, lactic and salicylic acids, plus a retinol base.
- Pigment Balancing Peel: The pigment balance peel is meant to lighten the pigment of the skin using acid formulations. When attempting to remove brown spots and minimize pigmentation, it’s crucial to have reasonable standards. This method takes time, and to have the desired result, you need to use sunscreen for the pigment balancing peel.
- TCA Peel for Actinic Keratosis: TCA is trichloroacetic acid used to supply the skin with a medium-deep peel. This therapy will help to kill skin cells that are unhealthy. This technique also has major aesthetic advantages.
What to avoid after a chemical peel?
It is critical that, for the first 48 hours, you do not produce any additional heat. Your skin would be more vulnerable to burns because layers of your skin have just been exfoliated, revealing a raw, fresh layer. Stop hot baths and exercise. Whenever you leave your home, sunscreen is a must, whether you’re just getting in and out of the car. Do not pinch, scrape or scratch at the skin as the skin starts to flake and peel.