The Dr BK Clinic offer Chemical Peels in our Reading Clinic
Chemical peels for skin rejuvenation are good at rejuvenating complexion and promoting refreshed looks. Wrinkles evidence skin aging processes. Most people would like to avoid them. Therefore, it is a common trend to rejuvenate complexion. Most rejuvenating creams and lotions are claimed to be better than they actually are but chemical peels are a great option for mature and damaged skin.
Chemical peel types
Following chemical peel types can be differed on the basis of their strength and concentration:
Mild peels based on alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) or dry ice. Such peels affect top epidermis layers and treat acne, surface scars, discoloration and fine lines;
Medium peels affect deeper layers. They make use of TCA combined with other ingredients to constrict pores, resurface skin and remove imperfections and discoloration. Most widespread medium peels are CA peels. Peel depth is subjected to TCA strength or concentration.
Deep peels affect several skin layers at a time and lead to second-degree burn. Phenol is a common ingredient used for really aged and deeply wrinkled skin.
Rejuvenating chemical peels at the Clinic
Chemical peel procedures imply application of chemicals in different proportions on the face. Rejuvenating chemical peel exfoliates and eliminates dead epithelium cells exposing renewed young skin. The choice of chemicals for skin rejuvenation depends on the peel type: superficial or deep.
Rejuvenating chemical peels eliminate layers of damaged epidermis to improve complexion. The doctor to perform this procedure puts the solution to contain glycolic or trichloroacetic acid (TCA), salicylic, lactic or carbolic acid or Jessner