Choosing the Right Chemical Peel for Your Skin
If you want to rejuvenate your skin or help to give yourself a more youthful appearance, a chemical peel may be the right choice for you. However, once you decide to have a chemical peel, you will need to decide what type of peel to have. Here is a little bit of information about the main types of peels which can be administered in America, to help you to decide what to have done.
Superficial peels are the easiest and least expensive type of peel to choose, however the results are also the least dramatic. These peels only take the top layer off the skin, so the recovery process is relatively quick. Most people who have a superficial peel will be able to return to work the following day, and the only sign they have had a peel will be the fact that their skin is looking fresh and rejuvenated. This type of peel is great for those who are seeking to minimise the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and mild acne scars.
Medium Depth Peels
Medium depth peels penetrate more deeply into the skin than superficial peels do, and they are therefore better for treating heavy sun damage and deeper wrinkles. Because of the type of chemicals which are used during these treatments, many users do feel slight discomfort (including mild stinging and burning) during the process and for up to an hour afterwards. The treated area may appear red and delicate for up to a week after the procedure, but once the skin has recovered, the positive effects will be far more pronounced than those which can be seen following a superficial peel. This treatment is better for those whose skin needs significant help, and who can afford to take up to a week’s recovery time.
Deep peels are the most intensive type of chemical peels available. Because strong chemicals are used, deep peels are only available from qualified dermatologists or plastic surgeons. Although the results are very effective, the discomfort levels which are experienced during this type of peel can also be high, and will leave the skin looking “sunburnt” during the recovery process. Deep peels are only recommended for those who already have deep age lines and wrinkles, or who have pronounced scarring. Deep peels can be very effective in treating these problems. Most people who choose deep peels will do so on the professional advice of a trained skincare expert.
If you are considering having a chemical peel to treat your skin or rejuvenate your skin, discuss your options with a qualified expert at Buchele Plastic Surgery.
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