face peel

<procedure> Removal of skin blemishes such as wrinkles, freckles, or acne scars by chemical agents producing injury (trichloracetic, phenol, or other organic acids) or solid carbon dioxide. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Face Peel

The at-home version of a face peel is much more watered down than the chemical peel treatment available at a dermatologistÂ’s office. There are many different kinds of face peels for everything from acne-prone skin to uneven skin tone, and the formula works to exfoliate the top layer of skin while making the cell regrowth occur faster. Essentially,...
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face peel

Type: Term Definitions: 1. removal of epidermis and varying amounts of dermis by chemical trichloroacetic acid, phenol, croton oil, or other agents and/or mechanical agents (microderm abrasion) in order to improve rhytides, dyschromias, or scars; or involving use of chemotherapeutic agents (5-fluorouracil) to facilitate healing of dysplasias and ac...
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