Chemical Peeling

Peeling chemicals easily absorbed by the skin can be applied to all types of skin, including sensitive skins. It is a superficial skin peeling procedure performed to provide cell regeneration in the skin. It is a procedure that helps revitalize and rejuvenate the skin, remove acnes and stains, and provide moisture balance in the skin. Especially with the chemical peeling procedure performed on oily skins, excessive sebum (oil) release of the skin is balanced, and thick skin gets thinner. It also helps prevent acne, blemish and blackhead formations.


IN WHAT CONDITIONS IS CHEMICAL SKIN PEEL PERFORMED?
Chemical peeling is an effective procedure performed to ensure PH balance of the skin. It is used for the treatment of acne scars, sun spots, pregnancy spots, fine wrinkles, enlarged pores, as well as for cell rejuvenation of the skin. It is also used to desensitize sensitive skins.


HOW IS CHEMICAL PEELING PERFORMED?
For obtaining the desired results, chemical peeling can be performed for 4-6 sessions, depending on the necessity. In addition, it can be combined with different spot removing treatments (mesotherapy for spot removal, laser skin spot removal, regular skin care), depending on the necessity.
First of all, the skin is cleaned properly after the procedure. The chemical peeling solution is applied to the skin and left for a certain period of time under the supervision of an expert, in line with the requirement of the skin. At the end of the process, the peeling solution is cleaned from the skin by the expert.  It is normal to feel mild burning sensation when the peeling solution is on the skin. A slight redness, tenderness, scaling, and even slight peeling that develop after the removal of the chemical peeling solution from the skin are normal, as well.


AFTER CHEMICAL PEELING
It is very important to protect the skin from sun rays after the chemical peeling procedure. In the first 3-4 days after the procedure, the skin should be cleaned with water only. Hot water should be avoided in the first 1-2 days. The recommended session intervals should be followed for achieving the desired results. In the first week after the procedure, the skin begins to look healthier and livelier; and the desired result can be achieved with the successive sessions.


WHO ARE NOT SUITABLE CANDIDATE FOR CHEMICAL PEELING?
Chemical Peeling is not applied to people who are allergic to fruit acids, and who have skin disorders such as eczema and dermatitis, and open sores or cold sores on their skin. In addition, if laser or wax has previously applied to the application area, the patient needs to wait for a certain period of time for this procedure.

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