Chemical Peels: Deep, Medium, and Light.

@article{Starkman2019ChemicalPD,
  title={Chemical Peels: Deep, Medium, and Light.},
  author={S. Starkman and D. Mangat},
  journal={Facial plastic surgery : FPS},
  year={2019},
  volume={35 3},
  pages={
          239-247
        }
}
Chemical peels, laser resurfacing, and dermabrasion all offer unique options for skin resurfacing for rhytids and dyschromias. Laser resurfacing has developed over the previous decades, but it is the chemical peel against which all modern forms of skin resurfacing are measured. Phenol-croton oil peels have been modernized and depend on croton oil concentration to minimize risks. Complications associated with skin resurfacing are uncommon with proper technique and postoperative management. 
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