We all aspire for perfect and glowing skin. We at Rejove Clinique would like to suggest Chemical Peel for skin it is a treatment in which an acid solution is used to remove the damaged outer layers of the skin. Chemical Peel procedure is performed by the physicians by applying Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHA), Trichloroacetic acid (TCA), or Phenol to the rejuvenate the skin. Chemical Peel is one of the oldest cosmetic procedures in the world and was performed in ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome to help people achieve smoother, more beautiful skin. Today, chemical facial peels are popular because they offer nearly immediate results.
There are various medical considerations to consider before one goes for a chemical peel.Patients are urged not to smoke for a few weeks before and after a chemical peel. The best outcomes will be achieved in patients who are not taking the acne medication. Those patients who have not taken Accutane® for the previous year and a half and who are free of active skin infections can go for a chemical peel. Also, if you have a large or unusual scar formation, such as keloids, your doctor may recommend a different treatment for you.
The benefits of going for chemical peel are immense. A chemical facial peel can provide several benefits to the skin. The procedure can restore a more youthful appearance to the skin and reduce wrinkles, uneven pigmentation, sun-damage and blotchy patches. Chemical Peel comes with multiple advantages, but one should first consult a Doctor before going for a chemical peel. Rejove Clinique Doctors first have a session with its patients about the skin type of the patient and other considerations and then Chemical Peel Procedure is planned.
Let’s understand the Chemical Peel Process in detail. Some aspects of the Chemical Peel procedure differ according to the type of peel (light, medium, or deep) which is administered. However, all skin peel procedures follow the same basic protocols. At Rejove the Chemical Peel procedure is performed at the State of the Art Rejove Clinique by Expert Doctors of the Rejove Clinique.
The other considerations for chemical peel are that the Doctor gives a sedative before the Chemical Peel Procedure is administered if required a topical anesthetic is applied. The Doctor then applies the chemical peel solution. This solution is formulated according to each patient’s specific requirements. During the Chemical Peel Procedure, it is common for the patient to feel a tingling or stinging sensation as the chemical peel is applied. After the peel solution has been on the skin for the prescribed amount of time, it is washed off with water. A soothing ointment is then applied, a thick coating of petroleum jelly is often used after deep chemical peels. We at Rejove Clinique then instruct the patient on after the procedure care and precautions. Let’s understand the Three Types of Chemical Peels. The first type of peel is Light Chemical Peels these mild peels require virtually no recovery time. Though the skin may be mildly irritated after the peel, patients can return to their daily activities immediately after treatment. The second type of peel is Medium Chemical Peels the new layer of skin appears three to seven days after treatment. About two weeks after treatment, the skin will be fully healed. The third type of peel is Deep Chemical Peels the new layer of skin begins to appear seven to ten days after treatment, though complete healing can take two months or longer. Patients generally take a week off from work after undergoing a Deep Chemical Peels Procedure. So go for Chemical Peel for Skin at Rejove Clinique and feel the difference and get youth full glowing skin you always wanted.