International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Review Papers | Health and Medical Sciences | India | Volume 12 Issue 7, July 2023


The Role of Chemical Peels in Trauma Patients: Accelerating Skin Healing and Restoring Confidence

Dr. Manjula S [2] | Dr. Chandan S N | Dr. Shivananda S [3] | Dr. Deepa B V


Abstract: Chemical peels have traditionally been associated with cosmetic procedures for skin rejuvenation. However, their applications in trauma patients extend beyond aesthetic benefits. This article provides an overview of chemical peels used in trauma patients and explores their various types and potential benefits. Superficial peels primarily target the epidermis, offering improvements in skin texture and collagen production. Medium peels reach the upper dermis, making them effective for acne scars, pigmentation, and moderate wrinkles. Deep peels, although less commonly used in trauma patients, address severe scarring, deep wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation. Chemical peels aid wound healing, manage scars, rejuvenate the skin, and correct pigmentation issues. By removing damaged skin layers, chemical peels promote the growth of healthy tissue, reducing scarring and improving wound appearance. They stimulate collagen production, reducing scar visibility and promoting skin rejuvenation. Additionally, chemical peels enhance cell turnover, reducing fine lines, and improving skin texture. They also address hyperpigmentation, restoring an even skin tone. Trauma patients should consult with dermatologists or medical professionals to determine the most suitable peel type and ensure proper application and post - treatment care. Chemical peels offer trauma patients valuable options for improving skin appearance and promoting wound healing.


Keywords: trauma patients, skin healing, skin rejuvenation, scars, abrasions, chemical peels


Edition: Volume 12 Issue 7, July 2023,


Pages: 668 - 669


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