Chemical Peel & Cellulite


Chemical Peel & Cellulite?

Chemical peels are most typically used for cosmetic purposes, including as improving your appearance and self-confidence. Chemical peels can also be used to eliminate precancerous skin growths, smooth acne scars, and even treat acne. Chemical peels that reach the middle layer of the skin stimulate the growth of new collagen, restoring skin conditions similar to those of your youth. Chemical peels allow you a “do-over.” New tissue produces a smoother, more uniform matrix as old collagen is flushed away. The ultimate outcome is scars that are smaller and have a more neutral appearance.


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A chemical peel can be performed in either a doctor’s clinic or a surgery center. The specialist doing your peel will thoroughly cleanse your skin. After that, one or more chemical solutions will be used. After a chemical peel, most patients experience a burning sensation for five to ten minutes, followed by a stinging sensation. Cool compresses applied to the skin may assist to relieve the stinging. You may need pain medication during or after a deeper peel. For several days after treatment, you may need bandages on part or all of the treated area.

You should avoid the sun for several months following a chemical peel since your new skin will be fragile.

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In the days following your treatment, you may notice some improvement. The majority of patients, however, will not see their ultimate results until a week or two following therapy. The effects should remain for 3 to 5 months.

Following their chemical peel, most patients return to work or other activities right away. For the first day or two, you may have headaches. For 2 or 3 days, some individuals may experience minor bruising or swelling around the injection sites.

To maintain results, you can repeat mild and medium chemical peels. Your dermatologist can tell you how often you can have a repeat treatment. A person can have only one deep peel.