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Here's Why Chemical Peels Are the Secret to Perfect Skin
Chemical Peels for Acne and Acne Scars in Asians: Evidence Based Review
A spotless, lineless, flawless complexion is lying just beneath the surface of your skin—and doctors have found that a classic treatment is the fastest way there. Satin slip dresses slinked down the spring runways. Celebrities are wearing chokers on the red carpet. And here's one more '90s revival for you: the chemical peel. After being eclipsed in the early s by new skin-resurfacing lasers, these classic treatments like, ancient-Egypt classic are back on top in dermatologists' offices. More people are getting them now than in when peels were the number-one cosmetic procedure in the country , according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
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Chemical peels effective for mild to moderate acne
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Chemical peeling is a widely used procedure in the management of acne and acne scars, but there are very few studies on Asian populations who are more prone to develop hyper pigmentation. This article aims to summarize and evaluate the existing studies on the role of chemical peels in the treatment of acne and acne scars among Asians. An online search was conducted to identify prospective studies published in English that evaluated the use of chemical peels in active acne and acne scars in Asian populations. There were six studies for acne and eight studies for acne scars that were identified using our search parameters. Most were single-centre, open label and with small sample sizes.