Peeling is a good option to decrease skin aging
Peelings have long been used for rejuvenation. Cleopatra already knew her power, using the notorious baths of goat's milk that supposedly left her skin with youthful brightness and texture. It is known that goat milk is rich in lactic acid, still used today by dermatologists to reduce skin aging.
Peelings have the ability to promote a true renewal of the cells that make up the skin.
In addition to the face, we can also treat the arms, hands, cervix, and any other part of the body. However, the skin of the body does not have the same capacity for regeneration of the face, so we must respect the restrictions of each place, to avoid complications.
The coldest months are ideal for these procedures, since the sun exposure must be avoided after its realization
Today we can count on the most diverse types of peels, each with specific properties. The physician, together with the patient, will opt for a more or less aggressive procedure taking into consideration the degree of lesions, location, skin type, and the availability or non-availability of activities, since deeper peels take longer to healing.
They can be physical, such as in microdermabrasion and laser peelings. They can also be chemicals. In this latter type, chemical substances capable of provoking reactions ranging from a slight desquamation to necrosis of the dermis are applied.
A well-known physical peeling is diamond, which can promote a superficial exfoliation, reaching only the corneous layer, or reach deeper plans. When done superficially, it is known as lunchtime peeling, because at the end of the day the skin will be brighter and turgor. Perfect for that last-minute desire to feel more beautiful. It is estimated to be the second most accomplished cosmetic procedure in the USA, leaving behind only the botulinum toxin. It can still be carried out before chemical peeling to increase its penetration.
Chemical peels can be superficial, medium and deep. The superficial ones promote a fine peeling from two days after its application. Some products need to stay in contact with the skin for a few hours to penetrate, others are removed even in the office.
If there is a need for medium or deep peeling, it will be essential to prepare the skin for at least three weeks to avoid staining and accelerate the healing of the skin . After treatment, the patient may experience mild burning. Crusts form, which will take about a week to release.
The colder months are ideal for these procedures, as sun exposure should be avoided after it is done. The physician should also indicate the use of depigmenting creams a few days after the procedure to avoid postinflammatory hyperpigmentation.
It is critical to understand the limitations of treatment. As in the aging process there is loss of volume in the facial contour, the ideal in such cases would be to associate filling techniques for a more satisfactory result. Expression marks may be softened with botulinum toxin. The best results are obtained with a combination of techniques.
One more care is the ingestion of antioxidants, for example vitamin C and E, and stimulators of collagen production, such as lycopenes and silicon. With this we hope to get the most out of every session.
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