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Get Radiant And Flawless Skin With Chemical Peel Treatment

by Arti Sharma Health Care Executive

Common skin problems such as freckles, acne scar, hyperpigmentation, wrinkles, fine lines, and many more affect the tone and texture of the skin. Pigmentation is a common skin problem faced by many individuals. There are more than 150 genes in the body that regulate pigment production level in the skin. However, melanocytes that produce melanin are responsible for causing skin discoloration or pigmentation concerns. When skin becomes inflamed due to acne or injury, then the skin produces more amount of melanin that further results in dark spots formation. The melanin also protects the skin from harmful sun rays. During excessive sun exposure, more amount of melanin is produced, resulting in the tanning of the skin. Aging and sun exposure also causes the loss of skin collagen and elastin and result in the formation of fine lines and wrinkles.


To correct all these skin concerns, one can opt for advanced chemical peel treatment that is a one-stop treatment that helps one to achieve a lighter and rejuvenated skin tone. Dr. Divya Sharma is an experienced skin specialist who provides chemical peel treatment in Bangalore at her clinic, Dr. Divya’s Skin & Hair Solutions.


What is a chemical peel?


A chemical peel is a safe and effective cosmetic treatment for improving the appearance of dull or aging skin. This procedure extracts dead skin cells and debris from the surface of the skin to give a rejuvenated appearance. The new skin that replaces the older skin is generally smoother and have fewer scars. The chemical peel ingredients also enter in the deeper skin layer and help to correct pigmentation related concerns, boost collagen and elastin production and make the skin smoother and plumper. This procedure is usually performed on the neck, face, and other body areas in both women and men and help them to get youthful radiating skin.


Type of chemical peel:


The type of chemicals and the number of sessions required will be decided by a dermatologist after proper skin analysis. Dr. Divya Sharma suggests the right kind of chemical peel after evaluating the severity of skin problems and concerns. Different types of chemical peel are available at her clinic, Dr. Divya’s Skin & Hair Solutions, such as salicylic acid, glycolic acid, trichloroacetic acid (TCA) peel. Salicyclic acid is one of the best peel for managing acne scars, hyperpigmentation, and freckles. Glycolic acid enhances the production of collagen, which refines texture and brightens the skin tone. TCA peel works well for acne scars, sun damage skin, fine wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation.


Benefits of chemical peel:


Smoother and brighter skin:


After a chemical peel, one can notice a softer and smoother skin. The treatment brightens up the skin complexion, and also shrinks the enlarged open pores and gives a better texture to the skin.


Treat blackheads and acne:


Chemical peel treatment, especially with salicylic acid helps in improving mild to moderate acne and blackheads. It is a strong comedolytic in nature, so it unclogs pores. This also reduces the amount of oil present in the skin. It is also beneficial in rejuvenating acne-prone skin and removes acne scars. The TCA peels work best in filling the ice pick acne scars.


Reduce sun damage, wrinkles, and fine lines:


Chemical peel treatment is also known as an anti-aging peel. It is also useful for treating sun-damaged skin and wrinkles. The usage of chemical peel often softens the fine lines on the skin and improves the complexion.


Fade uneven skin tone and darker spots:


Chemical peel also fades up the dark spots and concerns of skin like freckles, melasma, and hyperpigmentation.


To know more about the chemical peeling cost in Bangalore, visit Dr. Divya’s Skin & Hair Solutions.


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About Arti Sharma Junior   Health Care Executive

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