Chemical peels also stimulate the production of collagen and elastin.
These are the components that give our skin youthful fullness, smoothness, and elasticity.
Increased production of collagen and elastin means you’ll continue to see a reduction in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles for several weeks or even months after your chemical peel.
Whether your skin is scarred, bumpy, or otherwise texturally different, removing the outer layers of skin will start to diminish the texture irregularities, revealing smoother and healthier skin below.
Individuals who may not be good candidates for chemical peels include those who:
Have used Accutane (isotretinoin) in the last six months
Have a family history of abnormal scarring (keloid scarring, hyperpigmentation, hypopigmentation, etc.)
Women who are pregnant, nursing.
Have frequent cold sores
Have an active infection or sore
Have poorly managed chronic skin conditions like psoriasis or eczema
More superficial chemical peels penetrate the skin’s pores, enabling them to release the dead skin and boost collagen and elastin production, improving the skin’s overall appearance.
Deep chemical peels penetrate into the skin, removing scarred skin cells and other skin irregularities below the surface of the skin, allowing healthy cells to replace them.
In most cases, your face will feel slightly sunburned for a few days, and you’ll want to avoid exposure to the sun
After a few days, your outer layer of skin will begin to peel away. This is similar to what happens after a bad sunburn.
Once this process is completed, you’ll see a healthy, beautiful new layer of skin revealed.
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