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Cosmetic Dermatology

Cosmetic Dermatology

Chemical Peeling

Chemical Peeling

Peeling peels off and cleans the problematic layer of the skin on the top in a controlled manner, and provides the development of new cells from the bottom.

Chemical Peeling is carried out in three ways based on depth as Superficial, Middle Depth and Deep.

As the amount and percentage of the acids used increases, the extent of damage they cause in the skin, accordingly the effect, also increases. The goal of chemical peeling procedure is to cause damage in the skin in a controlled manner and to provide the skin without disease to arise from the bottom. The main acids used in chemical peeling are;

  • Glycolic acid
  • Salicylic acid
  • Lactic acid
  • Rezorcinol
  • Pyruvic acid
  • Trichloroacetic acid
  • Phenol

In Which Cases Is Chemical Peeling Performed?

  • Spot problems.
  • Removal of fine wrinkles.
  • Acne treatment.
  • To reduce fine lines on the face.
  • Removal of pregnancy spots.
  • Removal of old age and sun spots on the hand.
  • Elimination of dead cells on the skin surface.
  • Skin vitalization, correction of matt appearance.

How long Does A Chemical Peeling Session Take?

Although the sessions vary depennding on the area to be treated, it approximately takes 10-15 minutes.

How long Is the Session Interval of Chemical Peeling?

With 15-days intervals

How many sessions of chemical peeling are performed?

The number of sessions varies from person to person and type of procedure..

Warnings After Chemical Peeling

  • Protection from the sun
  • Avoiding solarium 

This procedure should certainly be performed by specialists who are experienced and have knowledge in this regard. Otherwise, a number of undesirable side effects (burning, redness, increase in brown spots, scar tissue) may develop in the skin.