Can one have neck chemical peels
Skin peels have existed for over 3000 years. Most of us may recall Queen Cleopatra bathing in sour milk. Egyptian women rubbed their faces with fermented grape skins to smooth the skin and enhance their beauty. This earliest form of improving the quality of the skin is now known as chemical peeling. For aging and sun-damaged skin peels are great. However, the skin on your neck is delicate and much thinner than your face. A very very gentle approach needs to be taken if you decide to have a peel on your neck. It is important to have a professional consultation to assess your skin and evaluate your treatment options with a trained aesthetic doctor. There are several different types of peel; each with its own unique benefits, as well as risks; the choice will depend on your skin type and the extent of any damage.