An Intermediate Chemical Peel involves the application of a chemical exfoliant that causes controlled damage of the epidermis which stimulates regenerative changes and restores the skin’s tone and texture in just a single setting. The most common combination of agents in an Intermediate -depth Chemical Peels can include trichloroacetic acid (TCA), salicyclic acid and lactic acid.
Because the strength of a peel determines the level of penetration, the nature of destruction, and the inflammatory response, an intermediate-depth Chemical Peel causes offers a slightly more deeper results when compared to a Superficial Peel. Intermediate-depth Chemical Peels can be applied to the face, neck, and body and are highly effective in smoothing texture, improving superficial discoloration and mild photo-aging, eliminating fine wrinkles, and enhancing vitality of skin. There is minimal downtime associated with Intermediate-depth Chemical Peels. They can be applied as often as monthly, but on average they are applied four times per year.
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