Burns, wrinkles, spots and freckles on the face, neck, chest, hands and arms are no longer a problem thanks to chemical peeling. Chemical peeling made by applying various chemical solutions to the skin is a very effective method for removing small pits and scars formed on the skin. It is the application of some chemical solutions to revitalize, rejuvenate and improve the appearance of the skin. In this treatment, a chemical acid is applied to the skin, which causes the separation and peeling of the superficial layers. Although there are many chemical peeling agents, the most commonly used are glycolic acid, alpha hydroxy acids (AHA), triclosetic acid (TCA), salicylic acid, jesner solution and combinations.
WHAT CAN BE TREATED WITH CHEMICAL PEELING?
Wrinkles, sun and age-related spots, liver spots, freckles, crusted redness with cancer potential, or dark spots on the face, hormonal or pregnancy spots called melasma can be corrected or even improved by skin and burned hereditary factors. It helps to improve active acne and improve acne scars. New skin comes after skin peeling. The texture and color of the new skin are smoother and more homogeneous.
WHAT CANNOT BE TREATED?
HOW TO APPLY PEELING?
AFTER PEELING MAINTENANCE
Loosening and sagging of the skin cannot be corrected. Chemical peeling process does not replace face lifting, eyebrow lifting. It is also not effective in removing eyelid miscarriage. It can help to some extent in deep pits. It is very effective in small pits and tracks.
It can be applied to the face, neck, chest, hands and arms under hospital conditions by selecting an acid solution according to the physician's choice and the condition of the patient's skin. After the skin is degreased, the treatment area is applied. During the procedure, slight burning and stinging can be seen for 5-10 minutes.
Depending on the depth of the chemical peel, a mild or sunburn-like reaction occurs on the skin. In the superficial type, there will be rednesses and slight peeling for 1-5 days. In deep types, edema and skin tension as well as the formation of a brown layer is normal. This layer is peeled off in 7-10 days.
Chemical Peeling Process
Skin shells should never be peeled off.
PEELING IN WHICH CONDITIONS NOT APPLIED?
If there is an open herpes on the surface to be exfoliated, there are deep sunburns, open wounds and infections, this method is not used if peeling has been done in that area before. In addition, chemical peels are not applied to people who have received or recently received Roaccutane treatment