How long does a superficial chemical peel last?

How long does a superficial chemical peel last?

The results of chemical peels can last anywhere from one month to the rest of your life. The longevity of a chemical peel’s results depends on several factors, but the most significant factor is the strength of the peel. A light, or superficial, peel produces results that usually last between one and two months.

How do you treat an allergic reaction to a chemical peel?


  1. Immediate ice application reduces the pain and burning sensation.
  2. Topical calamine lotion soothes the skin.
  3. Topical steroids such as hydrocortisone or fluticasone reduce the inflammation.
  4. Emollients to moisturize the skin.
  5. Sunscreens to prevent PIH.

How do you fix hypopigmentation after a chemical peel?

The best way to minimize hypopigmentation from a deep chemical peel is to use hydroquinone, a bleaching skin cream before and after your chemical peel. While this may lighten your skin, it does so uniformly all over the face so that patches of hypopigmentation are less noticeable.

What is an Alumier chemical peel?

A combined AHA (20% lactic acid) and BHA (10% salicylic acid) medical grade chemical peel. It will improve skin tone and texture by exfoliating dead skin cells and speeding up cell turnover.

How can I remove allergy from my face?

Here are some relief measures to try, along with information about why they might work.

  1. Cold compress. One of the fastest and easiest ways to stop the pain and itch of a rash is to apply cold.
  2. Oatmeal bath.
  3. Aloe vera (fresh)
  4. Coconut oil.
  5. Tea tree oil.
  6. Baking soda.
  7. Indigo naturalis.
  8. Apple cider vinegar.

Does hypopigmentation go away?

It is important to realize that this is not a permanent lightening of the skin but it resolves slowly. In most cases it takes many months or possibly even a year to go away completely. Since post inflammatory hypopigmentation is a temporary problem usually no treatment is required.

Do chemical peels cause hypopigmentation?

Hypopigmentation is the opposite of hyperpigmentation and is a rare side effect of a chemical peel treatment. This is when the skin effectively ‘loses’ colour, lightening from the original skin colour and causing unsightly discoloration. There is a greater risk level involved for those with darker skin.

What does an Alumier peel do?

The Alumier Glow Peel combines lactic acid, salicylic acid and resorcinol to create a multipurpose resurfacing solution effective in minimising the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and hyperpigmentation issues. This skin peel reduces age spots, discolouration and uneven skin tone.

What does Alumier bright and clear do?

Bright & Clear Solution. A refreshing skin conditioning solution that exfoliates cellular debris and refines skin complexion. A refreshing, award-winning, skin conditioning solution that refines skin complexion. Lactic acid and caviar lime gently exfoliate cellular debris to brighten and improve skin texture.

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