CHEMICAL PEELS

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WHICH FACIAL and BODY AREAS CAN BE TREATED WITH CHEMICAL PEELS?

What is a chemical peel?

A chemical peel is a type of skin resurfacing treatment that uses a chemical solution to remove the outer layers of dead skin. They are often combined with other cosmetic procedures to treat wrinkles, uneven skin tone, and skin texture by stimulating skin cell turnover. As a result, it corrects skin discoloration, unclogs pores, and gives the skin a vibrant glow. There are different strengths and types of chemical peels that will determine how deep the peel will penetrate the skin and its subsequent effects. This controlled injury to the skin is what facilitates the peeling of the skin, and allows for improvements in skin texture, acne, acne scars, sun damage, lines, wrinkles, and pigmentation.

What does a chemical peel treat?

Chemical peels are the most popular cosmetic procedure in dermatology since they treat such a wide variety of skin conditions.

A peel should be selected based upon your specific complexion concerns and the severity of changes in your skin. When skin changes are limited to the superficial layers of the skin including increased skin pigmentation and skin texture, they can be treated with a superficial peel.

When the textural changes include deeper wrinkles around the eyes and mouth, a deeper type of chemical peel will be required. The most severe changes in the skin include generalized deep wrinkling with a leathery appearance which may require a deeper form of chemical peel. Again, these skincare concerns must be treated within the context of a patient’s skin type, since patients with darker skin tones can tolerate light or medium types of chemical peels.

Can you do a chemical peel on your body?

Chemical peels can be used on the body and face to correct uneven skin tone, texture, hyperpigmentation, sun damage, fine lines, wrinkles, acne, and acne scars.

Chemical Peels can be performed on:

  • Face
  • Neck
  • Chest/decolletage
  • Back
  • Buttocks
  • Legs
  • Arms
  • Inner thighs
  • Axillae
  • Vaginal area

Resurface +  Improve Skin Texture and Pigment
WHICH FACIAL and BODY AREAS CAN BE TREATED WITH CHEMICAL PEELS?

What is a chemical peel?

A chemical peel is a type of skin resurfacing treatment that uses a chemical solution to remove the outer layers of dead skin. They are often combined with other cosmetic procedures to treat wrinkles, uneven skin tone, and skin texture by stimulating skin cell turnover. As a result, it corrects skin discoloration, unclogs pores, and gives the skin a vibrant glow. There are different strengths and types of chemical peels that will determine how deep the peel will penetrate the skin and its subsequent effects. This controlled injury to the skin is what facilitates the peeling of the skin, and allows for improvements in skin texture, acne, acne scars, sun damage, lines, wrinkles, and pigmentation.

What does a chemical peel treat?

Chemical peels are the most popular cosmetic procedure in dermatology since they treat such a wide variety of skin conditions.

A peel should be selected based upon your specific complexion concerns and the severity of changes in your skin. When skin changes are limited to the superficial layers of the skin including increased skin pigmentation and skin texture, they can be treated with a superficial peel.

When the textural changes include deeper wrinkles around the eyes and mouth, a deeper type of chemical peel will be required. The most severe changes in the skin include generalized deep wrinkling with a leathery appearance which may require a deeper form of chemical peel. Again, these skincare concerns must be treated within the context of a patient’s skin type, since patients with darker skin tones can tolerate light or medium types of chemical peels.

Can you do a chemical peel on your body?

Chemical peels can be used on the body and face to correct uneven skin tone, texture, hyperpigmentation, sun damage, fine lines, wrinkles, acne, and acne scars.

Chemical Peels can be performed on:

  • Face
  • Neck
  • Chest/decolletage
  • Back
  • Buttocks
  • Legs
  • Arms
  • Inner thighs
  • Axillae
  • Vaginal area

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