Acne is a condition in which the skin becomes inflamed due to the blockage of the hair follicles with oil, bacteria, and dead skin cells. The areas of the body most prone to acne are the face, neck, back, and shoulders. Acne cannot be cured; it can only be controlled with treatment.
Blue light therapy is an excellent acne treatment for many people. The blue light penetrates deep within the skin to destroy acne-causing bacteria, clearing the acne, and helping prevent future breakouts. Blue light is gentle to use (painless) and reveals a clear and healthy complexion. (This is part of our HydraFaical treatment and can be added or mentioned their)
Facial peel is a skin-resurfacing procedure that involves application of a chemical solution to the damaged facial areas (acne). The procedure is meant to peel away the superficial layers of the skin (exfoliation) giving you a youthful and unblemished complexion. Facial peels are a very popular non-surgical cosmetic procedure.
Facial peels vary according to their specific ingredients and their strength. The peeling action depends on the duration the solution remained on the skin, and the depth of application. Superficial/light, medium, or deep are the various depths at which the solution can be applied to achieve the desired appearance.
You will be prescribed with antibiotics or antiviral drugs to prepare the skin for the peel and fasten the healing process.
Facial peels are usually done as an outpatient procedure. The first step involves thorough cleansing of your face. Your surgeon will select the solution that best suits for the treatment of your damaged skin
Using a cotton pad or a brush, the chemical is applied to the areas to be treated. While the chemical remains on the skin, you might feel a burning or stinging sensation for a few minutes. Cool saline compresses will be used to ease the sensate
The complications of facial peel include redness, scarring, infection, cold sores, and darkening of skin.