1. WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT IN THE TREATMENT ?
The process begins with a gentle cleansing of your face followed by the application of the peel. A salicyclic peel unblocks oil glands and dissolves the surface oil. The peel disinfects your skin to prevent the formation of more acne.
Application of peel is followed by an application of peel neutralizer followed by sunscreen to conclude the procedure and protect your skin.
2. WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT POST TREATMENT ?
An improvement in skin texture with reduced oiliness. Additionally, the skin is disinfected to prevent the formation of more acne. The skin feels smoother to touch and radiates a healthy glow.
3. HOW SOON DO I REPEAT THE TREATMENT ?
The service should be taken at regular intervals to prevent the clogging of pores resulting in acne. Usually 4-6 sessions are recommended.
4. WHAT BODY PARTS DOES THE PEEL COVER ?
Acne usually occurs on face, neck, upper arms and back. Peels can be used any of these body parts completely safely.
5. ARE THERE ANY SIDE EFFECTS OF THE PEEL ?
It is absolutely safe. A dermatologist will perform a peel sensitivity test for you prior to your appointment. However you might experience a mild redness of the skin following the peel. This usually subsides within a few hours. You are advised to use a sunscreen as well as restrict sun exposure following the service.
Pimples arise due to blockage, infection and inflammation of oil glands in the skin. One popular treatment for treating acne is through dermal peels. Depending on the severity of the problem, a dermatologist will offer you the best peel to treat your acne.Some of the peels that can be used to treat adult acne are - Tri-Active Acne Treatment with Black Peel, Salicylic peel, Lactic peel etc.