Face peeling – Pros and Cons.
Face peeling, like all types of peeling, despite the variety, has one important action in common: the removal of the upper stratum corneum of the skin surface to enable the formation of new young skin cells. Since the top layer interferes with the revival of new young cells and the rejuvenation of the facial skin, we part with it without regret.
When the outer dead layers of the epidermis are removed, the growth of young new skin cells is activated. This cellular renewal stimulates the work of fibroblasts, which provide and activate the synthesis of collagen and elastin.
Peels can be divided into two large groups:
- Chemical peels
- Physical exfoliation (microdermabrasion)
Peeling can be carried out at different depths of the skin and by different methods.
Chemical peeling of the face
Chemical peeling of the face is conventionally divided into three categories according to the depth of penetration
The use of chemical facial peels is recommended for:
- Prevention of premature aging
- Loss of freshness and moisture in the skin of the face
- Primary wrinkles
- Weakening of the muscles of the face and neck, double chin
- The appearance of age spots
- Photoaging from excessive summer sunburns
- Enlargement of facial pores and oily skin
- Appearance of cellulite on the body
- Stretch marks, stretch marks, scars and scars
- Post-acne and Acne
Not recommended if:
- The presence of inflammatory processes in the body
- Allergic reactions to drugs
Chemical peels use several types of chemicals to remove dead skin cells and other impurities and rejuvenate the face. Some examples of chemicals that can be used as a cleansing agent include: several types of enzymes, including fruit:
Alpha-hydroxy (AHA) acids such as lactic or glycolic,
Beta-hydroxy acids (BHA) such as salicylic acid.
All chemical peels work to exfoliate dead and dead skin cells to further separate them and improve the rejuvenation process of the facial skin.
The advantage of chemical peels is the ability to affect problem areas such as scars, scars, wrinkles, acne scars. There are chemical peels that lift sunken, sagging skin from scars and wrinkles.
Chemical peeling is recommended to improve skin texture, rejuvenate the face with a clear sign of face lifting, so-called facelift. The peeling action is recommended to be strengthened by hardware procedures, such as laser facial rejuvenation or photorejuvenation.
Exfoliation and microdermabrasion.
The second group of peels is physical or manual exfoliation. This type of exfoliation is pretty obvious. Physical exfoliation is provided by substances containing some type of coarse abrasive material similar in consistency to grains or crushed nuts, commonly called a scrub.
Rubbing particles on the skin, provides the physical removal of layers of dead skin cells of the epidermis. Newer, younger skin cells will be released after the scrub is removed. After the procedure of physical exfoliation, the pores of the face are very well cleansed and freed. This procedure is usually combined with oxygen therapy.
Today there is a possibility of physical exfoliation using hardware techniques.
Microdermabrasion involves a procedure for cleansing the face with a stream of micro-particles of sand or other micro-abrasive material.
Facial peeling at Coollaser Clinic is an excellent addition to any laser procedure for skin regeneration and rejuvenation.
Specialists in the procedure