Some of the most commonly requested facial procedures are those for minimizing skin conditions like acne scars, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, and other skin issues. Although surgical procedures are as effective as they ever were, a growing number of patients are seeking non-surgical treatment options like chemical peels for conditions like these.
What are Chemical Peels?
Chemical peels are a type of medical-grade treatment to restore the attractiveness of the skin through the application of a special solution that penetrates into the skin and helps to renew skin tissue.
Types of Peels
Mild acids are typical ingredients found in superficial chemical peels that remove the outer skin layer to help correct superficial skin problems like dullness, light wrinkles, and blemishes. Stronger types of chemical peels are best-suited for the treatment of more severe issues, such as deeper wrinkles and scars. The right peels for you will depend on a number of factors.
Undergoing Your Treatment
We administer your chemical peel in the comfort of our office, under the care of a trained and qualified medical professional. After determining your individual skin type and condition, we may perform your peel treatment.
After thoroughly cleansing your skin, we apply the chemical peel, which is left on your skin for a prescribed amount of time to ensure that it penetrates to its required depth. After your peel has remained on your skin for a certain time period, we rinse it off and may perform other tasks in order to bring about optimal results.
Your skin will be somewhat vulnerable after your peel since we have removed portions of your skin to trigger skin rejuvenation. It is important to treat your skin gently during this time and avoid vigorously rubbing it or trying out new skin care products that could irritate it. After your skin has fully healed, you can enjoy the many benefits that chemical peels have to offer.