Chemical Peeling

Chemical peeling is an aesthetic application that purifies dead skin and gives the skin a smooth appearance thanks to its peeling effect. Its main purpose is to peel the upper layer of the skin and reveal healthy skin tissue, just like peeling procedures applied at home. At the same time, it is very effective in removing fine lines, especially in reducing skin spots due to sun and acne.

One of the important differences of chemical peeling application is the use of special solutions that act on different layers according to the needs of the skin. Thus, it is possible to get much more effective and satisfying results compared to conventional peeling applications.

What is Chemical Peel?

In the application of chemical peeling, it is aimed to remove the dead skin with the help of chemical solutions and to obtain a healthy skin appearance. Since the chemical solutions applied during the treatment contain acid, it is important to choose which chemical peeling type to be applied and the acid to be applied in accordance with the skin type. Chemical peeling is both highly effective and reliable when applied in sterile clinical conditions and by a specialist doctor.

What Does a Chemical Peel Do?

With chemical peeling, the dead skin on the skin is peeled off and healthy skin tissue appears. The skin is purified from dead skin and the healthy skin in the lower layer is revealed. Thus, the worn skin is restored to its healthy and fresh form. The skin looks more radiant and healthy. This procedure, which has a very successful result especially when applied to the hand, face and neck area, reduces the stained appearance; It can also be done to remove pits and porous appearance on the face. It also helps to heal acne and acne scars. For this reason, it is one of the most preferred methods in the treatment of stains.

When Should Chemical Peel Be Done? Is Chemical Peel Done in Summer?

The skin peeled off with chemical peeling treatment becomes temporarily sensitive and more sensitive to sunlight. Therefore, it is necessary to be more careful than usual about the exposure of the skin to the sun. For this reason, it is more preferable to do it in the winter months.

How is Chemical Peel Applied?

Chemical peeling can be applied on the face, neck, chest, hands and arms. In the area where chemical peeling will be applied, the skin is cleansed of oils and the acid solution selected according to the doctor’s choice, the patient’s skin type and the skin complaint is applied to the skin. In the treatment of chemical peeling, the first application is aimed at 2 minutes, during which the patient is asked to evaluate the burning sensation he feels between 1 and 10. If the burning sensation felt by the patient is between 8-10, the procedure is terminated. In repetitive procedures, the application may take 5-10 minutes, and a slight stinging and burning may be felt during this time.

What Should Be Done After Chemical Peeling?

After the chemical peeling treatment, the skin will peel off, but the crusts formed on the skin should not be interfered with and the peeling process should be left to itself. After the treatment, moisturizing preparations recommended by the specialist should be used. Another point to be considered is to protect the skin, which has become more sensitive to the sun, from the sun. SPF 50+ protectors must be used.