Chemical peeling is the application of peeling to the skin with various chemical agents. Peeling
is the process of peeling and shedding the upper layer in order to reveal a
healthier living layer of the skin. Chemical Peeling; It is the
process of revealing the healthier and more vibrant layer on the ground by
peeling and shedding the worn layer that covers the unworn and healthy layer of
the skin. As a result, a more vibrant, fresher, more tight and smooth skin
emerges. Chemical peeling is the application of various acidic and basic
chemical agents to the skin for the purpose of peeling.
It can be applied with glycolic acids in sugar beets and lactic acids found in milk. As
a common use, superficial chemical peeling can be applied with glycolic acids
obtained from sugar beet and lactic acids found in milk. More commonly
known names are alpha hydroxy acids (AHA). Since these are very small
molecules, they easily pass through the epidermis (the top layer of the skin). However,
they cannot pass into the dermis, which is the lower layer. By triggering
the regeneration of cells in the epidermis, they increase their tolerance to
external factors. Apart from cell regeneration, it is also successful in
the treatment of superficial spots of epidermal origin.
In peeling with salicylic acids (BHA), this substance affects the epidermis more
superficially. It is mostly preferred in the treatment of acne, blackheads
and whiteheads and secondarily in the treatment of spots.
5–10 minutes. A peeling process that lasts is applied renewally at intervals of
2–4 weeks. Improvement in the skin can be noticed after 6-8 sessions. After
the peeling process, if crusts occur, they should not be peeled off, they
should definitely avoid the sun, and use moisturizers given by the doctor.