Chemical peels can be of varying intensity and can be used to treat many skin issues. In essence, a chemical peel is a treatment that resurfaces the skin. These treatments can be adjusted to fit the needs of each patient to ensure the nest results. Every chemical peel is designed to exfoliate the top layers of skin, causing them to eventually fall off. The needs of the client and sensitivity of their skin determine how many layers are removed. After the procedure, a healing process takes place. The length of the healing process is determined by the intensity of the chemical peel. After healing has taken place, skin is smoother, softer, and less wrinkled than before treatment. Chemical peels can improve, if not correct, a range of skin problems like; acne or acne scars, fine lines and wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation. Chemical peels wipe away dead and damage skin, leaving the faces with a radiant glow. If you’re ready to get your chemical peel, here are some things to consider when choosing the right one for you.
There are three different types of chemical peels. The first type is called a superficial, or lunchtime peel. Alpha-hydroxy acid, or another mild acid, is used to pierce only the top layers of skin to provide gentle exfoliation. This procedure is best for improving mild skin discoloration and improving skin quality. The second type of chemical peel is called a medium peel. Glycolic or trichloroacetic acid is used to pierce the outer and middle layers of skin. This improves age spots, fine lines and wrinkles, freckles and moderate skin discoloration. The final option is called a deep peel. Trichloroacetic acid or phenol is applied to provide drastic results. The procedure can remove moderate lines, age spots, freckles and shallow scars. The procedure is drastic which means it has long recovery time and can only be applied once. You should always consult with your dermatologist before selecting the chemical peel that’s right for you.
Chemical peels can be used to treat a variety of symptoms such as; acne scars, aging skin, crow’s feet, hyperpigmentation, melasma, scars, sun damaged skin, sagging skin, and wrinkles. Over-the-counter treatments are available for chemical peels, but best results can be achieved by licensed aestheticians. Premier Spa and Laser Center offers a chemical peel that is customized to you. We tailor every chemical peel to best suit the needs of each of our clients. The type of peel used depends on your skin type and the condition of your skin- consult with your aesthetician, dermatologist or plastic surgeon.
The number of treatments will be determined at the time of consultation to achieve the best results for your skin. Premier Spa and Laser Center is the best place for Chemical peels in Newark DE, contact us today to schedule your chemical peel!