Acne Scar Removal/Skin Resurfacing Tightening Treatment in Delhi


 
 
 
 
Chemical peel uses a chemical solution to improve and smooth the texture of the facial skin by removing its damaged outer layers. It is helpful for those individuals with facial blemishes, wrinkles and uneven skin pigmentation. Phenol, trichloroacetic acid (TCA) and alphahydroxy acids (AHA’s) are used for this purpose. The precise formula used may be adjusted to meet each patient's needs. Although chemical peel may be performed in conjunction with a facelift, it is not a substitute for such surgery, nor will it prevent or slow the aging process.

Deciding if chemical peel is right for you Chemical peel is most commonly performed for cosmetic reasons -- to enhance your appearance and your self confidence. Chemical peel may also remove pre-cancerous skin growths, soften acne facial scars and even control acne. In certain cases, health insurance may cover the peel procedure. Be sure to check your policy and contact your insurance company before the procedure is performed.

Special Whitening peel by Dr.Deepali

It’s a patented formula from a company in Spain and helps in giving the whiter and smoother appearance to the skin. Also, textural improvement is obvious and is a single sitting procedure with a ready to take home post care night cream in the kit!

Peel Formulas at a Glance:

Alphahydroxy acids (AHAs)
Uses:
• Smooths rough, dry skin
• Improves texture of sun-damaged skin and is de-tanning
• Aids in control of acne
• Can be mixed with bleaching agent to correct pigment problems
• Can be used as TCA pre-treatment
• Reduces appearances of fine lines and wrinkles

Considerations:
• A series of peels may be needed
• As with most peel treatments, sunblock use is recommended


Trichloroacetic Acid (TCA)
Uses:
• Smoothes out fine surface wrinkles
• Removes superficial blemishes
• Corrects pigment problems

Considerations:
• Can be used on neck or other body areas
• May require pre-treatment with Retino A or AHA creams
• Treatment takes only 10-15 minutes
• Preferred for darker-skinned patients
• Peel depth can be adjusted
• Repeat treatment may be needed to maintain results
• Sunblock must be used for several months
• Healing is usually quick, much quicker than with a phenol peel Phenol


Phenol
Uses:
• Corrects blotches caused by: sun exposure, birth-control pills, aging
• Smoothes out coarse wrinkles
• Removes pre-cancerous growths

Considerations:
• Used on the face only
• Not recommended for dark-skinned individuals
• Procedure may pose risk for patients with heart problems
• Full-face treatment may take one hour or more
• Recovery may be slow - Complete healing may take several months
• May permanently remove facial freckles
• Sun protection, including sunblock, must always be used
• Results are dramatic and long-lasting
• Permanent skin lightening and lines of demarcation may occur
   
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