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3 Chemical Peel Myths, Debunked

Leo Niva

From various creams and serums to resurfacing and laser treatments, there are many options available if you want to improve the look, feel, and underlying health of your skin. Of course, knowing all of your options is key to finding the product or treatment suited to your specific needs. Chemical peels, for instance, can be a great option if you are dealing with a variety of skin problems. Unfortunately, most people do not fully understand this type of treatment. This guide will help you understand the truth about chemical peels.

Chemical Peels are for Surface Problems Only

One of the most common myths people believe is that chemical peels are designed to peel off a surface of the skin only, meaning that they think they only reduce the appearance of issues that affect the actual surface. In reality, chemical peels can benefit the skin in many ways.

Chemical peels do peel off a layer of the skin, which will reduce the appearance of blemishes, age spots, and other surface problems, but they can also benefit the following:

  • Dull skin
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Rough, uneven texture
  • Loose, saggy skin

While the peel does improve the skin's surface, the various chemicals exfoliate the skin from the inside out, improving the look and underlying health of the skin.

Chemical Peels are Painful

The thought of using chemicals to peel off a layer of skin can sound painful. However, you should stop believing the myth that these peels are painful.

While pain is not normal, tingling, tightness, and temperature changes are common during and after the chemical peel. To reduce the risk of irritation after, avoid using any harsh products, such as soap, cleansers, moisturizers, or cosmetics. Your technician will recommend the best time for when these products can be used after the peel. If you are experiencing any pain during the peel, ask the technician to stop immediately. If you are experiencing discomfort after the chemical peel, contact your doctor.

Chemical Peels Turn Your Face Bright Red

Another myth many people believe is that your face will be bright red, appearing almost burned, after a chemical peel. Many people worry this redness will cause them to stay home, hiding their face from the public. Fortunately, today's chemical peels are designed to treat the skin safely, reducing any risk of severe irritation and inflammation. The products used in the peels are designed to exfoliate, moisturize, and soothe, ensuring your face will be healthy and attractive after the procedure.


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