A Quick And Easy Way To Exfoliate Chemical Peels?
, a few days ago I did a chemical peeling with TCA solution, now it’s partially peeled off. How fast and easy way to exfoliate huh? Do you have to use warm water, or is there another way? nThank you
Hi Vira, Thank you for the question.
Peeling is an act of applying chemicals to the facial skin which aims to remove dead skin cells. The types of chemicals used also vary depending on the patient's skin condition. Chemicals that are applied to facial skin will cause facial skin to peel off and are replaced with new skin cells that are smoother and younger. Trichloroacetic acid (TCA) peels are moderate peels used to remove dead skin cells in the epidermis and upper dermis.
After undergoing TCA peels, the sufferer's skin will experience redness or brownishness which then peels off. This peeling process can occur for 7-14 days until the skin returns to normal. The process of exfoliating the skin cannot be accelerated or forced because if you force the skin cells to peel off, bleeding from the skin layer beneath them can occur and the skin's healing process can be disrupted, which in the end can interfere with the optimal results of this process.
Please wait for the entire skin to peel off, Avoid pulling by force the peeled skin. You can use an ice pack to relieve the burning or burning sensation you experience. Don't forget to avoid sun exposure for some time as the new layer of skin is very susceptible to sunlight.
Hope this information is helpful.