When an individual is dealing with acne scarring, they have a lot of different treatment options available that promise to help them get rid of their acne scars and achieve completely blemish-free skin. It is important for an individual to thoroughly examine each treatment option and get a realistic idea of what the treatment can really do. This will help a person to feel truly satisfied with the treatment they receive. Many have found success using Ultra Peel® chemical peels in our Boston office.
When an individual uses the Ultra Peel® for acne scarring, they can achieve fantastic results after repeated use. When this peel is used, the top layers of skin are dissolved. This is a good thing because it gets rid of some of the layers of skin that have scarring on them. The skin underneath starts to produce new skin cells. Over time and with multiple treatments, an individual will be able to remove some of their acne scars and improve the overall condition of their skin.
It is important to note that doing chemical peels on your own at home is never advisable. This can produce terrible reactions and leave you looking and feeling worse than you already do with acne scarring. It is dangerous to do on your own. However, when you visit us here in our office in Boston, you can be sure that you are working with individuals who have used the Ultra Peel® to help other patients to achieve healthy, smooth, and blemish-free skin.
The amount of product, as well as the time that it is applied, is going to vary depending on your particular needs. The longer the peel is applied to your skin, the deeper the product will go. This is good because it will get rid of multiple layers of skin. This will kick your skin into overdrive, producing healthy, new skin cells.
Some individuals shy away from chemical peels because they feel like they are too harsh or they only see negative things about them online or in other places. However, the reality is that chemical peels are one of the best ways for you to improve the condition of your skin. They can help individuals who have acne, acne scarring, sun damage, fine lines and wrinkles, and a wide variety of other skin issues.