Chemical Peels – What Do They Treat?

Chemical Peels – What do they treat?

Chemical Peel Treatment

chemical peels and what they treatThis is a non-invasive type of cosmetic procedure that is used to treat a variety of skin issues. The two main types of peel are the superficial peel and the medium to deep peel, which vary in strength in order to tackle different problems of varying severities.

The Chemical Peel works by applying the solution (usually a trichloroacetic acid) to cleansed skin in order to remove layers of damaged skin and restore a more youthful, rejuvenated appearance. Wrinkles are reduced as an overall smoother texture is achieved. As well as the signs of premature ageing, skin peels are used to treat problems such as acne, sun damage, scarring, pigmentation and blemishing.

Do Chemical Peels Hurt?

In general, this is a fairly straightforward procedure with minimal pain and discomfort. The peel solution may cause your face to swell as well as triggering a slight burning and stinging sensation.

This should only usually last up to an hour after your treatment. As with any cosmetic procedure, there is always the risk of side effects. However, this risk is greatly minimised so long as you consult with and seek treatment from a highly reputable clinic.

Chemical Skin Peels in Liverpool

At Sthetix, we can offer both the superficial and medium or deep peels depending on your individual needs. If you feel as though Skin peels liverpoolthis is a treatment that you could benefit from, then it is worth booking a consultation with one of our highly qualified and experienced consultant surgeons. During this process we can assess your wants and needs and formulate a treatment plan tailored specifically to you.

All of our consultations are free, meaning you are under no obligation or pressure to proceed with the treatment, should you decide it’s not for you.

By | 2018-06-08T10:53:48+00:00 August 5th, 2016|Face, News, Non-Surgical|
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