Admit it: You’ve always wanted to experience a chemical peel for yourself. You’ve heard that a peel is an excellent way to get a glowing complexion – the kind that will make you feel a lot more confident about rocking a beautifully bare face.
But when it comes down to it, what skin concerns can chemical peels treat?
Skin Concerns That Can Be Treated with Chemical Peels
1. Hyperpigmentation (including acne scars).
If you have age spots, acne scars, and other forms of hyperpigmentation, a chemical peel may be the best option for you. That’s because a chemical peel removes the uppermost layers of the dermis, where hyperpigmentation tends to be most visible. With regularly scheduled chemical peels, clients can expect to achieve smoother and clearer-looking skin.
2. Wrinkles and fine lines.
Have you noticed more wrinkles and fine lines staring back at you when you look in the bathroom mirror?
Facial aging can be inevitable, but with chemical peels, you can minimize the appearance of lines, wrinkles, and other aging symptoms. A chemical peel helps soften the look of severe wrinkles, plus it helps encourage younger-looking skin to come to the surface faster.
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3. Uneven, splotchy skin texture.
If you don’t have hyperpigmentation but you do have uneven, splotchy skin texture, you may find that a chemical peel can help smooth out your skin while minimizing the appearance of splotchiness. With regular chemical peels, you can enjoy a smoother and more even complexion.
While a chemical peel has the above benefits, it’s not meant for everyone. Be sure to schedule a consultation with a dermatologist or a board-certified plastic surgeon to learn if you’re a good candidate for a chemical peel.
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