What is peeling?
With a basic definition, peeling is sloughing off the dead skin to improve and smooth the facial skin.
What is chemical peeling?
If it is applied with materials such as AHA, TCA, Phenol, then it is called chemical peeling.
How is chemical peeling applied and how does it affect?
Chemical peeling is implemented by applying special lotions. These solutions are wide groups including several materials, which have different effects of concentration, to obtain desired depth and effect. When they are applied on skin, they create a chemical burnt on the skin. The depth of the burnt depends on the type of the applied material, its concentration and its waiting time. As a result, it shows its effect by providing the slough of dead cells until the aimed depth on the skin. With the effect of this result, new cell production is accelerated. The skin is regenerated by young cells.
On which purpose are glycolic acid peelings used?
It is a method aimed to reduce wrinkles caused by aging and sun, blemishes caused by acne, pregnancy and sun and freckles. Besides, it can be used on large pores and inelasticity on inner thigh and belly. Both the amount of collagen and quality of the skin is increased and advance level of moisturizing is provided with glycolic acid peelings. By improving smoothness and vitality of the skin, it makes the skin fresher, stretcher, younger, shinier and more elastic after the application.
On what kind of events are chemical peelings avoided?
Allergy of substance materials, immune system diseases, some skin problems (eczema, dermatitis etc.), viral skin problems (herpes etc.), wound healing problems, open wounds, laser application, radiation treatment, some medicine used for acne treatment (Roacutane), some diseases make the skin more sensitive to the sun (porphyria etc.) are the events that chemical peeling is either not applicable or delayed.
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