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What are the pros and cons of CHEMICAL PEELING process on facial skin???

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Asked by praveen, 21 Feb '12 05:37 pm
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Chemical Peels are procedures that remove the upper parts of the skin
allowing recovery and re-growth of the surface. This relies on
initially wounding the skin which stimulates growth of fresher, newer
looking skin. The peels can either be superficial or quite deep into
the dermis. Superficial peels include glycolic acid preparations. The
deeper peels such as trichloroacetic acid and phenol are used less
often. These produce more benefit but also carry an increased risk of
pigmentary changes or possibly very superficial scarring. Recovery is
quicker with the more superficial peels and may take weeks with the
deeper procedures. The peels treat fine lines, age spots and uneven
pigmentation
Answered by jameel ahmed, 21 Feb '12 05:41 pm

 
  
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