How Great Are Chemical Peels? And What Kinds Are There?

by Tyler P. A Passionate Blogger - Entertainment
Chemical peeling dates all the way back to ancient times, where it has been used in Roman, Greek, and Egyptian civilizations. We may no longer use salts, milks, and alabaster like our ancient ancestors, but we still use chemical peels for the same purpose.
Chemical peels are to treat anybody with acne and skin problems, such as wrinkles. More specifically, chemical peels have the purpose of exfoliating the top layer of your skin, to heal or correct the epidermis and the dermis that is underneath it. Through chemical peels, the skin overall looks better and more in tone.
For better results, clinical providers prescribe topical retinoids or AHA (alpha hydroxy acid) that is used to "prime" the surface of one's skin. For skin infections, patients must take antivirus medications the day before they go for chemical peels in Stockton, and must continue to do so for up to one week.
There are three types of chemical peels: Superficial peels, medium depth peels, and deep peels, all of which have different depths they go into a person's skin. The depth of the peel varies on the ingredients used, pH, time of application, and location of application on the body. 
Superficial peels exfoliate the epidermis only. Made of alpha hydroxy acid, these peels are made to cure pigmentary disorders and fix signs of aging, such as fine lines, wrinkles, and liver spots. These peels are to be applied 4 to 6 times in a span of 2 to 4 weeks. These peels are not only to improve the quality of the skin, but thoroughly get rid of any possible acne problems.
Medium depth peels, get in below the epidermis and reach the top area of the dermis. These peels, in addition to ingredients found in superficial peels, include trichloroacetic acid. These peels are to be applied 1 to 6 times in a span of 4 to 8 weeks. They will treat the skin flaws mentioned from the superficial peels, in addition to pock marks and multiple types of scars.
Deep peels get into the lower layers of the dermis. It will not go further down than that. There is another layer, the hypodermis, before getting to the muscle. The ingredients for deep peels consist of trichloroacetic acid and phenol. These peels are possibly only applied one time, and will usually leave the patient in a great deal of pain, that anesthesia is necessary. The patient should give themselves time to recover from the effects of a deep peel. These peels are used for severe cases of skin problems and scarring, in addition to other conditions such as flat warts.
Superficial peels are generally the cheapest of the chemical peels in Stockton, ranging from $100 to $300 dollars each. In comparison a deep peel can cost as much as 6 grand. Please remember that for superficial and medium depth peels, they are individually sold and do not come in bundles. These peels are manufactured by a variety of brands, and some could work better than others, depending on your specific skin condition. Ask your clinical specialist for what he or she may recommend for you.
It is important that the patients follows the instructions from the label of the product that they choose, for safety measures. Without the right protection and recovery methods, it is possible for the peel to go to waste. One main cause of this is applying sunscreen to the face during the recovery period. It is important to follow directions to determine what you should not do in the time span of this treatment.
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