Dr. Özge Aydın

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Chemical Peeling

What is Chemical Peeling?

Chemical peeling is an aesthetic approach using various chemical solutions to revitalize and rejuvenate the skin, remove spots, treat acne and acne scars, and improve skin health and appearance in general. With chemical peeling, both the dead layer is removed and a vigorous appearance is obtained.

Chemical Peeling Application Areas

Chemical peeling is a process that has a wide application area for both maintenance and treatment purposes. Chemical peeling process on face, neck, chest, hands and arms in various areas such as under eye area, wrinkles around the lips, treatment of sun and age spots, treatment of acne and acne scars, removal of freckles, skin rejuvenation, anti-aging applications, tightening of skin pores can be done. Chemical peeling can be applied lone or in combination with other procedures.

How is Chemical Peeling Performed?

Before starting the peeling process, the skin is cleansed from substances such as make-up, dirt and oil. After cleansing, various professional chemical medicine are applied to the skin. These professional chemical solutions are kept on the skin for a while. Different creams can be used between applications.

How Long Does a Chemical Peel Take?

Chemical peeling process take very short time. The whole application can be completed in approximately 10 to 15 minutes.

How Often Should Chemical Peels Be Done?

The session interval of chemical peeling should be determined according to the person's problem. To give a general number, 7-8 sessions can be performed with a few weeks apart.

Chemical Peeling Products

Chemical peeling products vary according to different treatment approaches. Both components and proportions are tailored to the treatment. The most commonly used chemical peeling ingredients are glycolic acid, salicylic acid, trichloracetic acid, jesner solution.

After Chemical Peeling

After the procedure, the skin surface where the application is made should be protected from the sun. Minimizing sun exposure is very important for the permanence of the treatment. Make-up should not be applied after chemical peeling, and other products should not be used for maintenance purposes other than those recommended by the doctor. If it occurs on the skin, crusts should definitely not be peeled off.

What Are The Side Effects Of Chemical Peels? Is Chemical Peeling Harmful?

Mild redness and peels can be seen after chemical peeling. In some cases, crusting can also be seen. In deep problems, tension and a light brown layer formation can be observed on the skin. This layer will disappear in a week or ten days.

Chemical peeling damages and side effects are negligible if the procedure is done in the right hands and properly. More care should be taken when applying chemical peels to people with darker skin colors. Since the possibility of spotting is higher in these people, the treatment should be determined well and then the sun protection should be done very well.

Who Cannot Have Chemical Peels?

If there are active cold sore in the area where the procedure will be performed, if there are conditions such as deep sunburn, infection and wound, chemical peeling is not applied. In addition, chemical peeling can be applied to people who do not have any health problems that prevent the application.

Chemical Peeling Prices

Chemical peeling treatments are applied both in combination and lone in different areas. Chemical peel prices may therefore differ from application to application. In addition, the clinic, year and province where the procedure will be performed play a role in pricing. In accordance with the laws of our country, it is forbidden to share the price of medical procedures such as chemical peeling on the internet. If you want to get detailed information about the subject, you can reach us at 0 (312) 219 18 82.