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What are chemical peels?
A chemical peel is a treatment in which an organic or mild acid solution is used to remove the damaged outer layers of the skin .Typically administered as a facial peel, a chemical peel enhances and smoothes the texture of the skin. It is an effective treatment for facial blemishes, wrinkles and uneven skin pigmentation.

What can a chemical peel do?
Chemical peels can give help you to maintain the texture and color of your skin with:-

Skin Lightening Peels:-

skin lightening peels are specially designed to remove the tanning caused by solar exposure or can remove pigmentation which will enhance your skin complexion and it will also make it refreshed. It is best use in fair complexion.

Skin Whitening and Skin Brightening Peels:-

A skin whitening and skin brightening peel gives you instant glow. These peels exfoliate the upper layer or dead layer of the skin and stimulate new cells and hence whiten up your skin complexion.

Chemical Peeling Cost

Cost of the chemical peel depends upon the type of peels used. There are varieties of skin peels available constitution of peels varies according to the demand of the patient/clients. An experienced Aesthetic Dermatologist can tell you what kind of skin peel will give you the best results in minimum number of peel sessions and this will reduce the cost also. Peels starts from Rs 1000 /-onwards approximately. (updated on feb 2013).

Chemical peel procedure Video is given below :

Kinds of Peel

Light Chemical Peel - fine wrinkling, areas of dryness, uneven pigmentation, and acne can be treated with chemical peel. Light chemical peels are usually comprised of alphahydroxy acid (AHAs), such as glycolic, lactic, and salicylic or fruit acids.

Medium Chemical Peel-medium chemical peel is also called TCA peel. These medium chemical peels works well for treating fine surface wrinkles, superficial blemishes and pigmentation problems.

Deep Chemical Peels-it is very strong facial peels. The chemical used for deep chemical peels is phenol acid. Deep peels are used to treat coarse facial wrinkles, blotches caused by aging or sun exposure, and pre- cancerous growths. The deep chemical peel produces the most dramatic, long-lasting results, the procedure takes longer than other peels that is time consumed is approximately 1 to 2 hours and requires the healing time. Phenol acid is typically used only for facial peels .Because a deep chemical peel may cause permanent lightening of the skin. In the case of acne, this substance is either bacteria or the irritating compounds they have purchased. Depending on its severity, acne can cause emotional distress and lead to scarring of the skin. Patients should take advice from a qualified cosmetic dermatologist before undergoing this procedure.

What can a chemical peel do?

Chemical peel involves chemical application to peel away the outer layers of the skin; it peels the top surface of your skin, to make new skin. It takes around nearly a week during that time you have to take certain precautions during that time like high protection sunscreen and hat and full coverage of face is needed. It improves the texture of facial skin by removing its outer layers that have been damaged by strong sun light uneven marks, pigmentation, and scarring.


With these chemical peel side effects are very minimal such as redness, stinging, and crusting usually subside within a day or two after the treatment. The side effects of deep chemical peels are typically more pronounced, and recovery time is longer.

However, side effects are rare when the procedure is performed by a qualified dermatologist.

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