Have you ever wanted to get rid of that pesky acne? How about age spots, wrinkles and blemishes? Chemical facial peels, a treatment meant to improve the skin’s appearance, may be what you’re looking for! Chemical peels, also called chemexfoliation or derma peeling, involve application of a chemical solution to the skin. The skin then gently peels away, leaving bright new skin to take its place. Chemical peels are a quick and easy form of deeper exfoliation.
Several types of chemical peels and medical based dermal treatments are available at the Genesis Health Institute in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Call ☎ (954) 561-3175 today to take the first step in determining which one is right for you!
Chemical peels are categorized by the chemicals used and how deep the chemicals sink into the skin. There are three basic types of chemical peels:
The Genesis Health Institute offers several anti-aging chemical peel treatments:
A professional chemical peel involves a clinical aesthetician applying the chemical to the skin with gauze, a small brush, or cotton-tipped applicator. The chemical is left on the skin for several minutes or more depending on the type of peel. The chemical is then neutralized with water or alcohol and wiped off.
Chemical peels can be used to treat many different skin conditions and problems, including:
Chemical peels also are skin rejuvenating; they give the skin a more youthful, vibrant appearance.
The results of chemical peel treatments can vary depending on the depth of the peel; typically, the deeper the peel, the longer the effects last. All chemical peels will improve skin tone and result in skin that looks and feels smoother.
Recovery time depends on the type of peel:
Whether you’re looking to remove unsightly blemishes or just make your complexion look bright and youthful, a chemical skin peel may be just what you need. Contact the skilled clinical aesthetician at the Genesis Health Institute in Fort Lauderdale, FL today to ask about chemical peels!
A chemical peel is a procedure involving application of a mild chemical solution to the skin. Chemical peels are essentially a deeper form of exfoliation; the layers of skin exposed to the chemical solution peel off as new skin is revealed. The new skin is usually smoother, less wrinkled, and overall healthier looking than the old skin.
As with most medical procedures, there are risks involved, but adverse effects are rare. Mild side effects like irritation, redness, and peeling can occur, and in rare cases, chemical peel patients can experience scarring, numbness, or infection. Make sure to follow your clinical aesthetician’s instructions for post-treatment care to reduce the risk of side effects!
The length of a chemical peel procedure depends on the type of peel:
Chemical peels can be an attractive option for patients of color who are prone to hyperpigmentation issues. There are several types of peels that can help lighten hyperpigmentation and restore the skin to its original beautiful tone:
Chemical peels are very effective! Depending on the patient’s needs, it may take multiple treatments to get the desired results, and the results are not always apparent right away. But with the help of a skilled clinical aesthetician who can determine the best option for a patient, chemical peels can be the key to amazing skin.
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