The Ins and Outs of Keratolytic Skin Treatment
It can be difficult to seek out help if you have skin that is tough, dry, and full of blackheads or other blemishes; especially when you’re trying to alleviate this issue, but seem to be getting nowhere with your standard skincare regimen. So maybe it’s time for a little more in-depth approach using Keratolytic Therapy. Read below to see some basic information about Keratolytic Therapy treatments and what they can do for you and your skin.
So let’s start with the basics, what is Keratolytic Therapy?
Keratolytic Therapy is the umbrella term for removing dead skin cells that have been clumped together and are causing blemishes on your beautiful face. Through the use of chemicals (salicylic acid, glycolic acid, or lactic acid), Keratolytic therapy can help to remove these dead skin cells by softening the clumps and causing them to shed from your skin. This leaves a softer, smoother skin that shines outward to reflect that ideal skin you desire.
What does Keratolytic Therapy treat?
These chemical peel treatments are quite versatile and have a wide range of applications including: blackhead removal, wart removal, assistance with dry skin, etc. As stated earlier, the main purpose of the Keratolytic Therapy is to remove clumps of dead skin cells. This can come in a variety of skin conditions, but all can be treated in similar fashions- through the use of chemical peels and acids that have been approved by the FDA.
So which type of Keratolytic Treatment should I use?
Much like how no two people are alike, something similar could be said of skincare treatments. First and foremost, you should consult your dermatologist to see what type of peel would be appropriate for your skin. Following that, it is recommended that you start out on lower strength acids. While it is not uncommon for there to be a slight discomfort when applying the chemical peel, it should not be excruciating, and the pain should not persist after treatment.
Where can I pick up these peels for my own Keratolytic Treatment?
So now that you’ve done some research and are looking into purchasing a chemical peel for Keratolytic treatment, we are happy to assist you here too. Dermalure Skincare Professionals have a wide selection of skincare products and chemical peels available to you and the public. If you have any further questions or concerns about the specific peels we offer and how they can help you, feel free to contact us.