With fair skin, I am a good candidate for a phenol peel. I am 53, and my doctor has recommended around he eyes and mouth for my concerns. At first in the consultation, he suggested we do the whole face, but as we talked more and he examined my face, he revised his opinion. Still, it is up to me, and I am now confused as to the demarcation lines referred to, should I do the entire face? Also, he uses am Anesthesiologist, and I have read that Phenol is it's own anesthetic?
Phenol peels -- a great resurfacing tool!
PHENOL PEELS ARE GREAT FOR RESURFACING AND TAKING CARE OF WRINKLES AND THEY ARE SAFE
Phenol peels do not usually require general anesthesia.
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