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Chemical Peels For Acne Spots And Red Marks

Author : tedd woods

Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation appears after acne disappears and visual red and brown markings. Almost all patients with moderate to severe acne away with this color in their faces.

Are you suffering from acne these red spots that just will not go away? These defects are usually left for severe acne, and when they are there, about 3 months to a year to disappear completely. If you leave it untreated defects. There are many places today, you can remove the post inflammatory hyper-pigmentation, and one of them is to perform a chemical peel yourself.

Chemical peels are very popular, but few people realize they can get this treatment done for very cheap. No need to pay hundreds or even thousands of dollars for a chemical peel which can be purchased for only fifteen to twenty dollars. For acne blemishes, to get a chemical peel performed by the physician is not necessary - a fact Pele himself would be enough to treat these acne blemishes. Do it yourself chemical peels are very safe to use, provided you follow safety procedures.

These chemical peels have a foretaste of the help of laser treatments as performing a chemical peel heals much faster than with laser treatment done. The results between the laser and chemical peels are relatively similar, but multiple chemical peels may be needed for the treatment of serious skin flaws.

AHA peels, chemical peels, or weak, is commonly used to treat post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. Glycolic acid from sugar cane, is widely used at home, because it is very safe to use - the concentrations of glycolic acid used in the range from 20% to 80%. Glycolic acid makes the surface layer of loose skin, so that after treatment the surface layer of the skin to flake off so lightly in the layers of the skin begin to appear again. For best results, this procedure is repeated every 1-2 weeks.

When you make a shell, you should always start with the weakest peel available. Once you get used to the procedure, will be safer to use glycolic peels stronger - can cause a mild burning sensation, but the pain in the chemical peel is quite tolerable. Many people start with the concentration of glycolic acid to 20%, and slowly move up to 50%. Some skins are a little 'concentration of TCA, which are moderate chemical peels. AHA and TCA combined to provide a real do-it-yourself scrub that many companies are now advertising. These peels are good for skin diseases moderate or severe.

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