7 things to know before booking a Chemical Peel appointment with EVA

Fine lines & wrinkles are one of the most noticeable things on your face, they reduce the smoothness of your skin making you look older than you actually are! As you age you might start noticing fine lines & wrinkles emerging on your skin (mostly in your 20s to 30s) & it’s something nobody wants to have. Even though you can’t avoid them completely, there are some ways you can prevent their growth & reduce their impacts on your skin.

Well, have you also started noticing fine lines & wrinkles & want to get rid of them? Do you want to regain your youthful radiance safely and effectively? Not to worry as Chemical peels are the newest cosmetic craze, and they promise to deliver beautiful results. 

A chemical peel is a popular skincare technique in which a chemical solution is applied to the skin. This technique removes the outermost layer of your skin which is low in collagen exposing the softer & perfect-looking skin. 

So here is everything you should know before you undergo the Chemical Peel procedure, with EVA Life Care:

1. How do chemical peels work?

Chemical peels are a topical solution containing acids that are used to reduce the appearance of scars, sun and age spots, wrinkles, and sagging skin. Our aesthetics professional will first prepare and clean your skin during your appointment. After which, the chemical compound is applied to your skin in multiple layers. While the treatment is in progress, you may experience minor discomfort or tingling, but these effects will fade once the chemical is neutralized.

Your skin’s outermost layers will begin to flake or peel over the next few days after the treatment that exposes new, fresh skin that appears to be younger. You will notice some redness that looks like a mild sunburn at first, but not to worry as it won’t stay like that forever.

2. Are chemical peels safe to use? 

Chemical peels are not a one-size-fits-all solution to all skin imperfections. After booking an appointment we discuss your medical history during your initial skin consultation. This will aid in predicting and preventing any peel-related complications & if you aren’t a good candidate for a chemical peel, we will recommend other treatments that are more appropriate for your skin.

Although chemical peels are generally considered safe for the majority of people, you should not attempt this at home. Only certified chemical peels ordered by physicians and aestheticians ensure that the product’s ingredients are safe to use. If you buy peels from an online store, you have no way of knowing if the ingredients are genuine which can have adverse side effects on your skin.

3. Is chemical peeling Painful?

No! We’re here to overcome some common myths about this type of treatment. Chemical peels are very popular and a number of aestheticians & dermatologists prefer them because of their effectiveness and ease of application. Peels are milder than mechanical exfoliators, making them suitable for those with sensitive skin. Peeling is the best way to speed up your natural cell turnover and reveal the fresh, healthy skin beneath the layers of dead surface skin cells as we age.

There’s also some skepticism about how well peels can heal very deep skin scarring. Chemical peels can help you get rid of superficial scars and pigmentation, shrink pores and even out your skin’s tone and texture. We may use a much deeper peel or laser to resurface your skin at the dermal layer if you have extremely deep scars. It’s always a good idea to have us examine your scars beforehand & determine what kind of results you can expect.

4. Who can undergo chemical peel?

If you suffer from pigmentation of dark spots or scars from a tan, you should consider chemical peels as a treatment option. For a long-lasting effect, the procedure rejuvenates and nourishes your skin. Chemical peels are more beneficial to people with lighter complexions because blemishes on their skin are more visible.

5. What Happens Before, During, and After the Surgery?

You might feel a slight stinging sensation during the chemical peel process. To ensure that there is minimal discomfort, our dermatologists use ice packs and soothing agents. You may notice some mild redness in your skin after the procedure is finished. after the treatment, you must notice that your skin may begin to exfoliate. We provide post-treatment options to make the process go more smoothly and eliminate any unpleasant side effects.

6. What’s the maximum number of procedures You can have?

Chemical peels are performed under strict clinical supervision, usually, a three-week interval between sessions is recommended. Once your skin begins to improve, the number of visits is reduced as your


7. After a chemical peel, what precautions should I take?

Avoid all sensitive chemicals and use sun protection creams as needed, as well as avoiding the sun as much as possible. While cosmetics are generally considered to be safe, you should avoid them for the best results.

With all the information that you have about chemical peels, you should consider chemical peeling to experience fresh and youthful skin. 

So what are you waiting for? Book your appointment with EVA Life Care today & give your skin that young look back again! 

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