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Chemical Peels Produce All The Feels

Have you heard the term “all the feels?” You’ve probably experienced this before but have never known what it meant. “All the feels” has come to be used as a term when you have a wave of emotions that cannot be adequately explained. It can apply to a moment when you first lay eyes on the perfect someone. Or maybe you’ve experienced the miracle of childbirth and have felts “all the feels.” It can also apply to small things that make a big impact on your life. One such small thing you can do to experience “all the feels” is get a chemical peel.

chemical peel can drastically change the pigmentation and resurfacing of your skin. If you’re feeling dissatisfied with your skin you may be ready to consider a chemical peel for yourself. Many people have already experienced the big benefits of chemical peels.

Here is the information you need to know about a chemical peel so you can decide if a it is right for you. Most people, when they begin noticing facial discolorations begin by using topical cream to help alleviate the problem. While these creams are a good first step, often they fail to live up to their claims. You may want to try this first to see if it works for you, but don’t expect dramatic change.

Chemical peels can treat pigmentation issues, including brown or purple colored spots and visible tiny blood vessels. These discolored skin patches develop due to a difference in melanin levels. Melanin is a natural substance in your body that gives color to the skin and protects it from the sun. Skin discoloration happens when too much melanin is produced in any given area. A chemical peel removes the top layer of the skin. The peeling process can take away spots, replacing them with a smoother, more uniform skin color and texture. They also have the ability to remove some precancerous skin lesions. Healthy skin then heals from below.

Here’s what to expect during and after the chemical peel procedure. You shouldn’t feel any pain. You may experience slightly increased sensitivity after the treatment. You should not exfoliate your skin for 48 hours after your chemical peel to avoid irritation or discomfort to your newly resurfaced skin. Avoid working out for 24 hours afterward and drink plenty of water.

Dr. Sanaz Harirchian would love to have you experience the benefits of a chemical peel. Call her facial plastic surgery office today to schedule your first “all the feels” with a chemical peel.

Sanaz Harirchian, M.D