Skin Peel for Acne Scar
What is Skin Peel?
Skin peeling treatment is use to improve the appearance of your skin. Skin peeling is usually can be done on your hands, neck and face. This is where we applied special solution to exfoliate and peeling. This peeling treatment for your skin allows quick skin regeneration, removes wrinkles and smoothens the skin. This treatment is very safe and the procedure has been medically approved. The treatment causes the skin to blister and peel over a period of time. Therefore, new skin will be regenerated.
The most common skin treatment used is laser treatments which are for laser rejuvenation, laser resurfacing, microdermabrasion, Botox, dermal fillers, chemical peels and among others. The most common procedure is Chemical peel treatment which has successfully helps in reducing acne scars, acne, freckles, patchy and rough skin. Scarring from injuries, skin damage from exposed to long in the sun and uneven pigmentation can further be treated with chemical peeling procedure.
Why Skin Peel?
Acne can be unsightly and uncomfortable, and severe acne can terribly affect a person’s self-esteem. Acne problems can be addressed by performing chemical peel, these include several different types of acne chemical peels and acne scar peel procedures.
What are the Benefits of Skin Peel?
Is your skin never as bright and clear as when you were young? That is because the skin naturally replaces itself every 40 days, however this process slows down as we age. Collected dead skin cells can cause the skin to appear dull. Peeling the skin gets rid of dead skin cells and speeds up your skin cell growth cycle which contains many anti-ageing benefits for your skin. Regular peeling toughens the outer layer of your skin, improves the texture, superficial blemishes and softens uneven skin tone. The advantages of skin peel are many and it all helps with different type of issues with your skin.
Who is qualified for the skin peel?
Honestly, anyone can get this treatment as long as they don’t have any of the reasons listed below.
- Pregnant woman
- Nursing woman
- Less than 6 months off Accutane
- Autoimmune disease
- Open sore (Lesion)
Generally anyone with darker skin are qualified for this treatment.