A chemical peel is a cosmetic procedure in which a dermatologist applies a chemical solution to the skin to remove damaged outer layers, revealing smoother, more youthful-looking skin. Chemical peels are customizable to your specific skin type and concerns, ranging from mild peels that improve skin texture and tone to deep peels that address more severe signs of aging, such as deep wrinkles and sun damage.
Our dermatologist may recommend chemical peels, to address skin concerns, such as acne scars, hyperpigmentation, and fine lines, and to improve overall skin health and radiance.
What Can a Chemical Peel Do for Your Skin?
A chemical peel can work wonders for your skin. It uses an acidic solution to gently exfoliate the outermost layer of skin, revealing a fresh, new layer underneath. Chemical peels can improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars, hyperpigmentation, and uneven skin texture. They can also stimulate collagen production, which helps to firm and tighten the skin, giving it a more youthful and radiant appearance.
Whether you want to rejuvenate your complexion, combat signs of aging, or refresh your skin, a chemical peel can be a great option to help you achieve your skincare goals. Different chemical peels can target distinct skin concerns, from mild peels for a quick refresh to deeper peels for dramatic results.
Consult Our Dermatologist
During a consultation for chemical peels, our dermatologist evaluates your skin type and concerns, discusses your medical history and determines if you're a suitable candidate for the procedure. He'll also explain the benefits and risks of chemical peels, discuss the different types available, and recommend a treatment plan based on your needs and goals. Additionally, we'll provide instructions on preparing for the peel and how to care for your skin afterward.
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