Saggy, bulging, and severely wrinkled skin most often fails to respond to chemical peels. In addition to peeling, they may require other sorts of cosmetic surgeries. The procedures include face lifting, eyelid lifting, laser resurfacing, etc. A dermatologist only can determine the most suitable kind of treatment that is appropriate for you.
What you need to do before you get peeled
Talk to your doctor freely about your scarring history that repeats itself once or twice every year or more. The doctor may ask you to go through certain medications and antiviral drugs.
The doctor will tell you about the intensity of your peel following your skin type, in addition to your goal of peeling.
The chemical peels are performed in a doctor’s chamber or in any surgery point. It’s done as an outdoor procedure, and so there’s no necessity for a night stay for the patient.
First, your skin is cleaned thoroughly. It is followed by the application of a few chemical solutions that take your damaged areas under your control. If you feel burning sensations after peeling, it is not a matter of worry. It lasts only a few minutes. After that, you may experience a stinging sensation which may be calmed down by a cool compress.
Different types of benefits you may derive out of Chemical peels. Apart from enhancing the skin texture, the procedure treats many other common skin ailments, like acne scarring, sun-damaged skin, fine lines, fine wrinkles, and dark circles. It also helps to cure pigmentation, hyperpigmentation, melasma, rosacea. etc. However, Chemical peels are not always recommended for any of the conditions. In all cases, the conditions are applied.