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Are Chemical Peels suitable for Actinic Keratosis ?

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13th July 2023

Answer: Yes they are. I would recommend booking a consultation before booking any treatment.


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Dr. Pradnya Apte

Skin Southwest

14th July 2023

Answer: Hi Dave,
Thank you for your message for Actinic Keratosis, you would need to see a Dermatologist in the first instance who would advise on the best course of treatment for your particular case.
Kind Regards,
Dr Pradnya Apte
Skin Southwest


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Clinic Manager & Events Coordinator Lynsey Georgeson

Dr Nestor Cosmetics Centre

13th July 2023

Answer: Good afternoon,

Thank you for getting in touch.

I have checked with one of our practitioners regarding your enquiry. Typically chemical peels would not be the first recommended treatment for Actinic Keratosis. There may be alternative topical ways to treat you however this would all be discussed during your consultation once the practitioner has a chance to examine your skin. If you would like to book in for a consultation we would recommend you booked in to see Dr Lauren for a skin consultation. This can be done via our website or by giving the clinic a call.

Kind Regards,
Lisa
Patient Coordinator


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Senior Aesthetic Therapist Ellie Jennings

Nakedhealth

13th July 2023

Answer: Dear Dave,

Thank you for finding us via Consulting Room.
If you have been diagnosed with actinic keratosis, we would recommend to see your GP and they will prescribe for a topical cream to treat it.

I hope you find this helpful.
If you have any other questions or we can help you with anything else, don't hesitate to contact us.

Kind regards,
Nakedhealth Team


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Jackie Knight

A New You

13th July 2023

Answer: Good afternoon Dave, Fractional laser is best suited for this particular condition as advertised by Frax Pro the machine we use. However peels can be used, our aesthetician will discuss all options available to you & guide you towards the best end cosmetic result. I encourage you to come & see us for a thorough consultation & look forward to hearing back from you. Kind Regards, Jemma @ A New You.


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13th July 2023

Answer: Hi,
Actinic keratoses (also called solar keratoses) are best treated by electro-micro surgery, as peels do not remove these lesions.

For a free email consultation and price to remove them, please find our contact information on our profile


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Dr. Joanne McInerney

Cosmetic Skin Care

14th July 2023

Answer: Hello

If you would like to make an appointment we can check your skin lesions and offer you a suitable treatment option.

Kind regards

Dr Jo
The Skyn Gym, Windsor.


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Sarah Newey

Finesse Skin Clinic

13th July 2023

Answer: Hi Dave. Thanks for your enquiry. Chemical peels don’t really help actinic keratosis. Cryotherapy could be used to treat them. Have you and then diagnosed as such by your GP.

At Finesse Skin Clinic we would always recommend a face to face consultation to discuss your requirements. This is beneficial and will enable you to see the clinic and its clean professional treatment environment and of course to meet your practitioner.

How does this sound to you?

Sarah
Pharmacist and prescriber
GPhC registered
Fully insured


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Aimee Piper

Vie Aesthetics

13th July 2023

Answer: Hi Dave,

Thank you for your enquiry.

Chemical peels can be suitable for sun damage, however, to provide you with the right solution we would need to book you in for a consultation with our skin consultant. What email or telephone number can we reach you on?

All the best wishes,
Olivia
Vie Aesthetics


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