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Chemical Peel

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What is a chemical peel?

A chemical peel is a cosmetic treatment applied to the face which
causes the skin to exfoliate. Once this occurs the excess skin will then
peel off leaving a fresh, smooth coat underneath which will also appear
less damaged and less wrinkled.

Dental Scotland offers 3 types of chemical peels:

Superficial Chemical Peel

A light or superficial chemical peel removes the outer layer of your skin.
This peel is perfect for treating fine wrinkles, acne, uneven skin tone and
dryness. You can have a superficial chemical peel as often as every two
to five weeks depending on your goal.

Medium Chemical Peel

This type of chemical peel removes dead skin cells from the middle layer
of your skin. It is a medium depth chemical peel can also treat wrinkles,
acne scars and uneven skin tone. For optimum results Dental Surgery
Ltd recommends you to repeat one of these after three to nine months to
maintain your results.

Deep Chemical Peel

A deep chemical peel removes dead skin cells from the mid to lower
layer of your skin. If you have deep wrinkles, scars or precancerous
growths, a deep chemical peel could be the right course of action for
you. Dental Scotland recommends only having a deep chemical peel
once. This is because they affect the deeper layers of the skin, and the
results are more permanent.

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