Chemical Peel Treatment

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Pragna Skin and Laser Clinic chemical Peel


Chemical Peeling is a Procedure which causes controled exfoliation of outer dead damaged layers of skin will improvement of skin texture, function and enhance appearence.
Peels we perform

Fruit Acid Peel - Glycolic Acid – Lactic Acid – Mandelic Acid, Salicylic Acid Peel, Jessener Peel, TCA Peel, Yellow peels etc.

Consider First

A thorough evaluation by a Dermatologist surgeon is imperative before embarking upon a chemical peel.

Indicated For

Photo damage, Tan & Pigmentation Melasma, Acne and Acne Spots, Agging Skin (fine lines), Rejuvenation and glow

Side Effects

Mild Swelling, irritation, burnings May stay for a day or two, sesitivity & pigment abnormalitoes rarely, if not used enough sun protection.

Not for them

Nursing or pregnant, Have psoriasis, eczema, dermatitis or rosacea.

When is a chemical peel appropriate?

Chemical peels are used to treat a number of conditions including:
* Acne scars
* Aging skin
* Crow's feet
* Scars
* Sun damaged skin
* Sagging skin
* Wrinkles

Are chemical peels painful?

Chemicals peels sting but do not cause a great deal of pain. The gentlest peels use alpha-hydroxy, glycolic, lactic or fruit acids are also gentle. They may cause stinging, redness, irritation and crusting but as the skin begins to adjust all these problems will lessen. Trichloroacetic acids are used for stronger peelings. They remove wrinkles, superficial blemishes and pigment problems. Phenol is the strongest of all treatments and removes deep lines and wrinkles on the face. These type of treatments sting more than those with the gentler acids. After the treatment there may be redness, swelling and irritation but the use of creams and gels will reduce these effects. Also the doctor may prescribe medicines that will help relieve the problems after the peel.

Contact us for your initial consultation, where we will discuss with you what is a realistic and achievable outcome, and what to expect from your treatment.