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A chemical peel is a treatment used to improve and smooth the texture of the skin, often facial skin, using a chemical solution that causes the dead skin to slough off and eventually peel off. A person can benefit with a glowing complexion, even skin tone i.e. flawless skin in a matter of half an hour at Ultra Slim Clinic.
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A chemical peel is a treatment used to improve and smooth the texture of the skin, often facial skin, using a chemical solution that causes the dead skin to slough off and eventually peel off. The regenerated skin is usually smoother and less wrinkled than the old skin. Persons seeking this treatment are advised to seek only a professional for help. Experts at Ultra Slim Clinic provide in-depth consultation and offer customized peel treatments after analyzing skin type of a patient both medically and aesthetically. Peels are offered for medical conditions like Acne, Hyper – Pigmentation, Scars etc. Now a days lot of people like to undergo Chemical peels just for cosmetic purposes. A person can benefit with a glowing complexion, even skin tone i.e. flawless skin in a matter of half an hour at Ultra Slim Clinic.
Pimples, whiteheads, and blackheads are forms of acne. Acne is perhaps the most common among skin ailments that largely affect both men and women within the age group of 12 to 24 years.
Many people are of the opinion that the presence of pimples on the face, especially on the cheeks and forehead, could greatly affect their aesthetics. They, therefore, seek to break the pimple as soon as it appears on the face.
Pores of the skin become blocked by the accumulation of dirt, sweat, and oil secretions. Such secretions can lead to the formation of white cysts known as whiteheads or cause blackheads when exposed to air. An infected blackhead or whitehead gives way to a pus-filled pimple. These pimples are also known as pustules or papules and can cause severe inflammation of the affected area.
As the sebum from the sebaceous glands continues to collect under the skin, the pimple grows in size. There is a lot of debate about popping pimples, with some people believing that it is helpful while others believe that it can cause permanent scarring.
To understand the arguments both for and against popping pimples, it is important to understand the stages of pimple formation. Sebum is produced in the sebaceous glands located in the lower layers of our skin. This sebum slowly rises through the pores of the skin and reaches the surface, where it forms a very thin film of oil. This film acts as a barrier between the surface of the skin and the environment.
In the first stage of pimple formation, a blockage of dead skin cells within the skin pore combines with the sebum to form a thick plug. At this time, you may not even notice that you have a pimple. The sebaceous gland continues to produce sebum, and within a day or two, a tiny pocket of sebum forms within your skin. Your skin has bacteria within it, and this bacteria feeds on the sebum within your skin. Under normal circumstances, their numbers are so small that they are of no consequence. However, when a pocket of sebum forms, the bacteria start to increase very rapidly as they have surplus nutrition. The skin around this inflamed area starts to thicken, and soon a papule forms. Even if the blockage is cleared at this stage and the excess sebum is removed from the inflamed skin pore, there is a hollow scar that remains.
There are those who believe that popping pimples at the earliest stage will prevent the pocket of sebum from forming, allowing the skin to heal without the formation of a hollow scar. This would mean that the blockage needs to be removed as soon as one notices it, and one of the only ways to do this is through popping pimples. However, there are many who disagree and claim that popping a pimple can damage the sensitive and delicate facial tissue, causing even more extensive damage compared to the scarring caused by the pimple itself.
You should consult your dermatologist or doctor on how to get rid of pimples by popping them, and they will be able to advise you on methods of popping pimples and ways to prevent infection and scarring. Even if you decide to pop your pimples, make sure that you are very gentle and do not use excessive pressure, as this could cause lasting scars.
The psychological impacts of acne appearance and its-related negative emotional reactions vary among different populations.