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Jessica Hardy, NP
Chemical Peels For Back and Chest Acne
Harmony in Health
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Chemical Peels For Back and Chest Acne

We tend to think of acne as mostly affecting the face, but it can appear almost anywhere. The chest and back are prime locations for blackheads, whiteheads and red, splotchy patches of rough pimples.

It's important to realize that acne can affect more than just your skin. It can impact your entire life, and even your family and friends may have difficulty understanding how much it can impact your self-esteem. Some may think that this is a trivial issue, but studies show that people with acne experience social, psychological, and emotional ramifications similar to those of chronic health problems such as epilepsy, diabetes, and arthritis. All of this goes to show that acne is not a problem we should overlook.

There are many treatments for acne, many of which are sold over-the-counter. If these are not effective in reducing your outbreaks, a chemical peel may be a good option for you. Chemical peels for back and chest acne can help eliminate your problem areas and reveal glowing, healthy, beautiful skin.

Chemical peels utilize medical-grade acids to gently exfoliate the skin. This removes dead skin cells, helps control bacteria, and even opens pores and hair follicles. It can also be used in conjunction with other acne treatments, including topical antibiotics and retinoid cream, allowing them to work more effectively, reducing and preventing breakouts in the future. Gentle, professional application can provide stunning results.

A chemical peel can also help to remove discoloration from the chest and back, whether you're suffering from sun damage, melasma, acne or acanthosis nigricans. It's possible to have youthful, beautiful, healthy skin without any invasive treatments.

Contact a certified skincare professional to learn more about chemical peels and why they are a good option for people who struggle with this condition.

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