Know why chemical peels are the secret to perfect skin - Dr Lipy Gupta
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Know why chemical peels are the secret to perfect skin

Know why chemical peels are the secret to perfect skin

A spotless & flawless complexion is lying just underneath the surface of your skin. Need not to worry more, because chemical peels could just be the answer to your facial woes.

What is a Chemical Peel?

A chemical peel is a procedure that uses a chemical solution to improve the texture & tone of a person’s skin by removing damaged outer layers. They cause the skin to exfoliate, and as a result, ultimately peel off. The final result is smoother skin.

Even though the procedure is used mostly on the face, it can also be used to improve the skin on the neck and hands. Chemical peels are useful for uneven skin tone, wrinkles, spots or scars caused by sun exposure, acne or aging.

What can a chemical peel improve?

  • Acne or acne scars
  • Fine lines & wrinkles
  • Rough skin
  • Irregular skin pigmentation
  • Flaking patches
  • Sun-damaged skin

What can’t a chemical peel do?

  • Treat deep facial lines or wrinkles
  • Significantly tighten loose or sagging skin
  • Remove deep scars


Although each chemical peel session can take at least an hour and you have longer recovery time, expect a more youthful skin. This cosmetic procedure restores your youthful appearance by slightly reducing wrinkles, improving uneven skin pigmentation’s, and treating sun-damaged and spotty patches. Results are also depending on which type of chemical peel method you choose.

Chemical Peel Treatment mainly meant to even out skin tone and smooth imperfections; there are different types of chemical peels that treat different needs. The first is a more superficial peel, which doesn’t enter beyond the first epidermal layer of the skin. This even out skin tone and gently exfoliate.

The second is called a ‘medium’ peel, which treats damaged skin cells on both the outer and middle layers of skin. It is meant to treat age spots, wrinkles and even freckles.

The third one is a ‘deep’ peel. Following its name, this chemical peel enters deeply into the middle layer of skin. It removes skin discolouration, wrinkles, freckles, and can also remove shallow scars.

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