peeling

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  • noun

Synonyms for peeling

loss of bits of outer skin by peeling or shedding or coming off in scales

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The newer generation of alpha hydroxyl acids used as chemical peeling agents, including beta and polyhydroxy acids, have been shown to help in the treatment of acne by reducing the amount of sebum -- or oil -- trapped in the tiny hair follicles of the skin that produce acne.
Thousands of females and hundreds of males spent their time and money priming their looks last year with other popular procedures being chemical peeling and permanent hair removals.
The Parkside Practice is one of only two clinics in Great Britain to offer this outstanding treatment, the results of which may be compared to that of a chemical peeling without any similar side effects, artificial abrasives or chemicals.
Barnett, "There are many different types and strengths of chemical peels which allow us to customize chemical peeling for the individual based on his or her areas of concern, skin type and downtime requirements.
He is certified in cosmetic procedures including mesotherapy, microdermabrasion, chemical peelings, Botox and Restylane.