Looking for a solution that doesn’t involve any needles? A chemical peel could be right up your alley!
Chemical peels have been a common procedure in the skincare industry for decades. They can be used to treat acne, even out skin tone and skin texture, combat sun damage, deal with enlarged pores, and plenty more.
Since your top layer of skin renews itself approximately every 4 weeks, chemical peels can be a great way to assist in this process. Chemical peels do more than just remove dead skin! These procedures stimulate blood circulation, cleanse your pores, and brighten and even your skin.
Chemical Peel Benefits
There are plenty of benefits when you choose to undergo chemical peels with Dynamic Dermatology. Some of these benefits includes:
- Removing dead skin cells
- Removing impurities from the pores
- Assisting with sensitive skin
- Reducing pigmentation issues
- Reducing pimple and other blemish marks
- Reducing the appearance of fine lines
- Increasing your skin’s natural glow
- Reducing the size of pores
Do any of these seem like something you’d be interested in? At Dynamic Dermatology we want to give you as many of these benefits as possible, and a chemical peel will definitely help with that!
Chemical Peel Levels
There are different levels to chemical peels, as every face has different needs and sensitivities. These levels are light, medium-depth, and deep peels.
This type of chemical peel is perfect for patients that desire more radiant skin and don’t have the need to work through any major skin issues. For these circumstances you’ll use either a fruit or glycolic acid peel.
These acid peels have varying levels depending on the patient’s skin, and can help stimulate new tissue, tighten the skin, and increase hydration levels in the skin.
This peel is for those that have skin issues such as acne scars or skin pigmentation issues. Due to these deeper issues a peel is required that affects the lower of the two main levels of the skin, also known as the dermis.
Stronger acid concentrations help penetrate deeper into the skin. Now because this is a stronger formula your skin may experience something called “frosting”, where the skin turns a white-ish gray color initially after the solution. This is expected and actually is a good sign of the effectiveness of the procedure.
The smartest way to approach a chemical peel is to start at a lower concentration, and gradually increase if you want to combat deeper skin issues. An expert will help you develop a plan that will address not only the concentration of your chemical peels, but the frequency of which you should have them.
Take note of any redness, burning sensations, or other irritations. These are ways for your body to tell you if the frequency or concentration is too high. Communication is highly necessary for your expert at Dynamic Dermatology to continue to evaluate your treatment process.
Get a consultation
As you can probably surmise, there are plenty of options with chemical peels. Ten individuals may have 10 different treatment plans for chemical peels. A consultation can help determine which type of chemical peel, which type of acid, how frequent you should have chemical peels, and how strong of a concentration should be used.
Reach out today to Dynamic Dermatology and an expert will help walk you through the process and determine a course of action to help you achieve your goals!