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Dealing with acne is never easy, especially when it is chronic. If you have had little success with treating your acne in the past, you may (or may not have) considered chemical peels as a potential solution. Here is everything you need to know about whether or not a chemical peel can clear acne. Can A Chemical Peel Clear Acne? First and foremost, there are a lot of chemical peel treatments of varying strengths to choose from, all of which are designed to treat a wide range of skin issues, from aging to hyperpigmentation. When it comes to whether or not chemical peels can clear acne, the answer is absolutely yes. In fact, it is a highly effective way to do so. The great thing about chemical peels is that even a medium-strength chemical peel can deliver permanent results. As…


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It takes more than a simple wash to make your skin look healthy. There are a variety of treatments on the market today that enhance the condition of your skin while giving it the smooth, clear, and radiant appearance that you’ve always wanted. Chemical peels and microdermabrasion are two popular therapies that can improve the appearance of your skin. Understanding these treatments along with their similarities and differences will help you achieve better results from your skincare regimen. What Are Chemical Peel Treatments? Chemical peel treatments help to smooth out rough and dry skin. It can soften deep wrinkles, reduce fine lines, and improve the appearance of skin damaged by the sun or acne scars. Undergoing a series of chemical peel treatments can help to balance the pigmentation of the skin. Before treatment begins, the skin is thoroughly cleansed to…


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Chemical peel treatments are done to resurface the skin by removing the superficial layers resulting in the promotion and growth of new, healthy skin. Chemical peels improve the skin’s appearance by reducing fine lines and wrinkles, dark spots, sun damage and uneven texture. If you’re about to undergo a chemical peel treatment, your doctor will provide a list of what not to do, which you must follow because your skin will be incredibly red and sensitive. If you avoid any of the aftercare instructions provided by your doctor you run the risk of reversing the affects of your treatment. Here’s what your doctor will tell you not to do after a chemical peel: Don’t pick at your skin Because of the techniques used in chemical peel treatments, your skin will be left red and raw immediately afterwards. Do not pick…


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A chemical peel can improve the appearance of the skin, face, neck and even hands. It’s one of the best exfoliating techniques available and will leave you with fresher, more youthful looking skin. A chemical peel is comprised of a safe chemical solution that when applied to the skin allows old skin to peel off and new regenerated skin to emerge. If you’re thinking of getting a chemical peel, there are six things you need to know: How do they help? Chemical peels are incredibly effective at treating everything from acne scars to aging skin that needs a boost. If you have crow’s feet, wrinkles or sun damaged skin, a chemical peel can prove helpful by deeply exfoliating your skin, allowing new skin to emerge. Additionally, chemical peels can also treat sagging skin by promoting skin elasticity. How many types…


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For younger and healthier skin, or to correct any skin irregularities, a chemical peel is a great choice. There are many types of chemical peels available, ranging from gentle and temporary to more intensive. For those who want to correct facial skin conditions or irregularities, scarring, fine lines and wrinkles, or who just want an overall fresher glow, you may be a good candidate for a chemical peel! What is a Chemical Peel? There are many different kinds of chemical peels available but they all work similarly, albeit with varying degrees of depth. A chemical peel is used to remove the outer, damaged layer of skin in order to give you a more youthful, healthy glow. There are three different levels of facial peels: Light depth: A light peel usually contains beta-hydroxy acid. This exfoliates the upper layer of the…


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A TCA peel is a cosmetic treatment designed to reduce the look of age spots and other imperfections of the skin. The TCA chemical (trichloracetic acid) is non-toxic, which means the TCA peel process is exceptionally safe for a range of patients. However, many are now wondering whether they can undergo the TCA peel after a cortisone injection. In this latest article, we’ll answer this important question and highlight the benefits the TCA peel can bring to your treatment regimen. Completely Safe and Highly Effective It’s important to note that it’s completely safe to undergo a TCA peel after a cortisone injection. However, it’s generally recommended that patients wait a month after their cortisone injections to undergo the treatment. This timeframe should be enough time for the specialist to see the full benefits the patient has achieved from the cortisone…


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Chemical peels have become a popular method of improving the looks of one’s skin. For most patients, the end result of a chemical peel is smoother, less wrinkled skin. Chemical peels are useful for giving you a more youthful, rejuvenated look, but there is little point to getting a chemical peel if you do not properly take care of your skin afterwards. This means using the right kind of lotion on your skin. Chemical peels During a chemical peel, a skin care professional will apply a chemical solution to the skin causing it to “blister” and peel (this will happen during the healing process). The skin that remains underneath is often smoother and freer of wrinkles. This treatment can be done on the face and neck are, or even on the hands. Chemical peels decrease the appearance of small lines…


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