Does Chemical Skin Peels Really Make You Look Younger?
A chemical peel is an ultimate way to revamp your look by targeting the needs of your skin. It is designed to remove dead skin cells, revealing the fresher, healthier skin underneath.
If you have been considering chemical skin peels to address sun-damaged skin, scarring, or other effects of aging, there are a few things you should keep in mind.
There are several different types of chemical skin peels. They can be differentiated by chemical type and depth of the peel. No matter what type of peel you are considering, you should know they all wound the skin. When the body is injured, it heals by shrinking and tightening the skin, the deeper the wound the more profound the overall effect.
Lunch Hour Peel
At the light end of the chemical exfoliate scale are what you might call the lunch hour chemical skin peels. Glycolic peels can be done in an hour or less and use a very low-level chemical concentration. Over time, your skin becomes accustomed to the procedure allowing your doctor to increase the dosage, so to speak. The effects of this chemical peel are not nearly as noticeable as deeper peels, but with repeated use, your skin will show definite improvement. You can expect a better skin tone, refreshed and younger overall.