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Acne Treatment With Chemical Peeling

Acne Treatment With Chemical Peeling

Whiteheads and blackheads become a persistent problem for many of us. Despite trying many medications they do not get cleared. One easy method to remove whiteheads and blackheads is chemical peeling.

In this procedure a chemical is applied on the skin for some time. Depending upon the strength of the chemical, its nature and the time duration, the chemical peels off skin to a certain depth. As new skin forms, it is free of the earlier blemishes. Medium depth and deep peels are performed to remove wrinkles and other skin blemishes.

To treat whiteheads and blackheads mild or superficial peels are used. Mild AHA are used for 10 minutes and washed off. The chemical peel removes the upper most dead skin layer and cleans the uppermost part of epidermis. This removes the whiteheads and blackheads. A qualified medical practitioner should perform chemical peeling.

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