Keratosis- Bleaching treatment

Some form of stubborn Keratosis infections often require that you make use of bleaching agents to remove them. These bleaching treatments contain some powerful chemicals which vary in different concentrations and may damage the skin structure if not properly used by a professional . There are different forms of keratosis bleaching treatments and these include; Mechanical bleaching, enzyme bleaching, chemical bleaching, Laser resurfacing, and microdermabrassion bleaching.

Mechanical peels can be performed on the skin with the help of substances which contain some exfoliating materials.  The scrubbing particles used for mechanical bleaching of keratosis from the skin are made from different natural or synthetic particles.  Chemical bleaches are bleaching acids extracted mostly from fruits or from some pother chemical sources.  These natural acids extracted from fruits or chemical agents dissolves the glue-like substances holding the skin layers together , and the dead cells in the outermost skin layer are separated from the  inner ones.

Salicylic acid, lactic acid, Glycolic acid, and malic acid are often used alongside some mild concentration of bleaching agents such as chlorides and fluorides in bleaching out Keratosis infection from the surface of the skin.  Enzyme bleaches are often used in dissolving keratosis affected skin and the dead cells without any friction applied. Enzyme bleaching agents do not cause irritation or some sorts of side effects known with mechanical and chemical peels, the enzymes used include papain enzymes and bromelain enzymes found naturally .

Laser resurfacing bleaching techniques involve the use of high intensity light . The light emissions are vaporized on the keratosis growth on the skin and the skin is healed completely. The outermost layer of the skin is removed in the process while the newer underlay skin is revealed. Laser bleaching is the only bleaching method that does not involve any form of chemical solutions , it only rely on the powerful light emissions to remove keratosis infection from the surface of the skin.

Abrasives are often used along keratosis bleaching agents to apply some gentle force especially in cleaning out the skin pores. These abrasives are more popular with dermabrassion bleaching techniques which involve the use of fine crystals of aluminum oxide or diamond to peel off the affected skin area.

Bleaching off keratosis ensure a great skin renewal , improves skin thickness, clear skin pores and ensure the active ingredients skin care product to sink in and nourish the skin. The skin becomes smooth and rejuvenated.

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