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Benefits of Chemical Peeling

Updated on January 27, 2010
So you wanna get a beautiful face like her, try chemical peeling.
So you wanna get a beautiful face like her, try chemical peeling.

For people who are not convinced with the aesthetic or cosmetic appearance of their face skin, a chemical peel is a cosmetic treatment that becomes an interesting alternative to achieve the desired change for them. A dermatological peeling is a treatment that improves the appearance of your face and consists of applying a chemical solution to exfoliate and loosen the old and damaged skin cells replacing them with a smooth and soft regenerated skin with less wrinkles or undesired acnes or fine lines. The chemical peeling can be done superficially or medium or deep depending on the skin type and the problem you are having. Your dermatologist is the person who determines the most appropriate chemical peel for you. Benefits of chemical peeling include reduction of blemishes, fine wrinkles, large pores, and chronic scars. After the application of chemical peels, its benefits include improvement of skin texture and appearance. Chemical peels can be used on both types of wrinkles, i.e., wrinkles that are caused by old age and others that are caused by stress or tiredness. In both these cases, good results are obtained with treatment of retinoic acid cream or solution in concentrations ranging from 3% to 5%. Application of chemical peels also benefits people who have surface wrinkles or dull skin.

Benefits of chemical peels for deep wrinkles

When wrinkles are deeper, chemical peels are integrated with dermal fillers such as hyaluronic acid injections that give your skin a better tone, volume, and hydration. Chemical peeling is also useful in improving the excess oiliness (seborrhea) and large pores and certain types of chronic acnes and scars. In these cases, the chemical peels that are useful are salicylic acid chemical peels and pyruvic acid.

To get rid of mild acne scars, you can use sudden change scar diminishing Cream for sensitive skin

Benefits of chemical peels for chronic acne scars

If you want to get rid of acne scars and treat severe deep-rooted marks caused by old acnes, you can take help of trichloroacetic acid chemical peels often combined with dermal fillers and microdermabrasion but due to some risks associated with these, it is advisable that you should consult a good dermatologist in your area who will check your skin type and than perform the chemical peel and other procedures. Most importantly, to increase the effectiveness of your chemical peeling, sometimes dermatologists can perform a microdermabrasion with diamond tip and the procedure is commonly called diamond microdermabrasion.

All natural chemical peel
All natural chemical peel

How a chemical peel is performed? Chemical Peel for Facial Rejuvenation

What you have to do before a chemical peel is performed?

  1. First of all, your dermatologist will check your skin type and depending on the kind of peeling you require will recommend you to start using certain creams that you have to apply to the affected area to prepare your skin for the procedure and also to increase the results of the procedure.
  2. Then, after this session is completed, your dermatologist will give an appointment to come in his office to get the chemical peel performed.
  3. The patient feels a sense of warmth or stinging during the procedure that happens due to the placement of refreshing skin masks and revitalizing creams.

Beautiful skin after undergoing chemical peel procedure.
Beautiful skin after undergoing chemical peel procedure.

Advanced Microdermabrasion Peels

A few days after the procedure is done, you will see the ultimate benefits of chemical peeling. Your skin blemishes, large pores, fine wrinkles, and chronic scars will reduce or completely disappear. Now, you will be glowing and rejuvenating with youthful skin and your skin texture will be much better than what is was before the application of chemical peels. So chemical peels will make you look young by restoring your youthful vigor by regenerating dull and old skin making it fresh, soft, smooth, and wrinkle free.

Chemical peel real pic
Chemical peel real pic
Pre and post chemical peel
Pre and post chemical peel


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    • soni2006 profile imageAUTHOR

      Rajinder Soni 

      9 years ago from New Delhi, India

      I am really glad that you found this hub useful and interesting TnFlash.

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      9 years ago from Tampa, Florida

      Excellent Hub! I have acne scars from my younger years. I didn't realize that this would help remove them. Thanks for the information.

    • soni2006 profile imageAUTHOR

      Rajinder Soni 

      9 years ago from New Delhi, India

      Yeah Veronica, that's my daughter Shronika Soni. She is truly a creative mind. She is just 2 year old now and she has started singing songs on her own, just because her dad and mom sing in front of her. We are lucky that God gave us this excellent gift.

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      9 years ago from Indonesia

      It's good information for those who want skin peeling but don't know how.

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      Veronica Allen 

      9 years ago from Georgia

      I've often wondered how this procedure was done, thanks for sharing this information. By the way - I love your new avatar - is that your daughter? If so, she is a real cutey!


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