The skin care experts often suggest chemical peels to cure acne. How effective are chemical peels for acne? This blog post discusses their effectiveness.

All over the world, acne problem wreaks havoc on people of different ages. The most affected age group for this issue is teenage. The people who have acne often complain about their worries, lack of confidence, and low self-esteem due to this issue. We can classify it as non-inflammatory acne or inflammatory acne. There are different treatment options such as physical therapies (laser therapy and chemical peeling), topical therapies, and systemic therapies (oral antibiotics) but the most effective treatment is chemical peels in Dubai.

Chemical peels promote the regeneration of new tissue

The chemical peeling technique causes injuries to the skin to enhance the natural healing process of the skin. Based on the depth, the chemical peels can be superficial, medium, or deep. To cure acne, experts recommend superficial chemical peels due to their antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and skin peeling effects.

The excess oil production often causes acne and superficial peels can decrease the production of oily secretions. Though skin care professionals and dermatologists recommend chemical peels to cure acne, there are some cases when this treatment may not deliver desired results. The truth is; a small number of clinical studies are available on the subject.

Reviewing previous studies on chemical peels

Some researchers have studied the published works on the effectiveness of chemical peels for acne and found that the treatment is effective in solving the acne issue. Different research studies suggest that chemical peels can solve acne up to a particular level.

The skin care experts and dermatologists often know the type of acne that can be easily solved using this treatment. The problem arises when this procedure is used without analysis of the acne and skin. Research studies highlight the following acids common in chemical peels.

  • Pyruvic acid (PA)
  • Salicylic acid (SA)
  • Jessner’s solution
  • Glycolic acid (GA)
  • Amino fruit acid (AFA)
  • Lipohydroxy acid (LHA)
  • Trichloracetic acid (TCA)
  • Salicylic acid plus mandelic acid (MA)

Chemical peels are generally a positive method of acne treatment

Upon the analysis of research-based studies, it has been found that chemical peels are a positive method of acne treatment in general. However, there are cases where it is not good to perform chemical peels for acne removal.

In case the treatment is not able to solve the acne issue, it can definitely remove the impurities such as dirt, bacteria, dead skin cells, and excess oils by removing blackheads and opening the pores. The removal of the topmost dull skin layer is also a plus point.

Commonly used chemical peels for acne seem equivalent in treatment

From the above discussion, it is clear that the chemical peel treatment delivers promising results to contain or solve the acne problem. If you have mild to moderate acne, please do not hesitate to contact us for more information.
Also, read our latest blog on chemical peels and results.

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