Fairness Treatment
Chemical Peeling
In a chemical peel, a chemical solution is applied to the skin and allowed to soak in. Over the next 1 to 14 days, depending on how deeply the chemical penetrated the skin, the skin peels off. This procedure destroys parts of the skin in a controlled way so that new skin can grow in its place. The chemicals used are sometimes called exfoliating or wounding agents.
Indications: Why we do them ?
Superficial peels are used to improve the appearance of pigment changes in the skin, acne scars, mild sun damage, or fine wrinkles in all skin types. They can be done on the face and on other parts of the body. A superficial peel may also be used to prepare the skin for a deeper peel.Chemicals used are glycolic acid,lactic acid . 

Medium peels are used to treat mild to moderate wrinkles, long-term sun damage, pigment changes, and precancerous lesions of the skin (usually caused by sun exposure). Medium peels are used most often on the face.Chemicals used are salicylic acid,mandelic acid, trichloroacetic acid.

Deep peels are used to treat severe wrinkles, long-term sun damage, pronounced pigment changes, and lesions and growths on the skin. They are done only on the face. Deep peels are not done on darker skin types, because they bleach the skin.Chemicals used are phenol, Jessner’s peel.

Chemical peels are sometimes done with dermabrasion or laser resurfacing for a more dramatic overall effect.
Superficial Peel
* Right before the peel, the skin is cleaned with acetone to degrease it..
* The chemical is then applied to the skin with a small brush..
* The chemical is left on the skin for 3 to 5 minutes,. Neutraliser is used to neutralize the acid and end the chemical reaction. You may feel a little burning while the chemical is on your skin.
* An ice pack can help cool the skin and relieve any discomfort if any..