Thursday, 10 July 2014

Chemical Peels: Should you be wary of them?

Are you suffering from pigmentation problem but afraid to seek pigmentation treatments which are on offer at renowned skin care and facial rejuvenation clinics of Sydney? What is holding you back? Are you a victim of the myths related to non surgical treatments such as chemical peels, which have become hugely popular in the past few years? Fortunately, you have landed at just the right place and at just the right time because in our myth buster section this week, we are going to uncover the truth and facts that remain hidden behind misconceptions about facial peels, which are often referred to as chemical peels. And these facts will be uncovered by Abbie, a renowned clinician working at Facial Rejuvenation Clinic in Sydney for quite some time. So go through these facts and shed off all those fears that you have about this pigmentation treatment to enjoy the numerous benefits it has to offer.

A lot of people tend to believe that pigmentation treatments such as chemical peels require a lot of time down time. It is one of the biggest reasons why a majority of them are put off by the idea of going for the treatment in the first place. However, this is nothing but a myth. There are different types of peels available these days – mild, moderate and deep peels. Your recovery period will, therefore, depend on the type of peels you go for. Also, gone are the days when deep chemical peel treatments were offered which often left people’s faces red and inflamed. Although it is true that some of the peels require a few weeks of downtime, but there are a lot of peels on offer which exfoliate the skin gently, thereby providing effective solution to pigmentation related problems.

As far as the downtime is concerned, it would depend on the type of peel that is being used for pigmentation treatment at the skin care clinic in Sydney. You might have to live with flaky skin for a week’s time, if not more, but these after-effects will die down in a short period of time.

Some people also fear that chemical peels make skin super sensitive, making it almost impossible to go out in the sun. Again, it depends on the type and quality of peels used. There are a lot of peels which contain ingredients that can make your skin healthy while simultaneously strengthening it. However, you might be required to abstain from stepping out in the sun for a few weeks’ time so that your skin gets the time to recover from the effects of the treatment.

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