Target Troublesome Skin Issues With Customizable Chemical Peels
Chemical peels, also referred to as “derma peeling” or “chemexfoliation,” are minimally invasive skin-rejuvenation services that involve the careful application of precisely-formulated chemical solutions to the skin on the face and/or neck. Chemical peels are designed to strip away any dead or damaged skin cells from the outermost layers of the skin, which can give the skin a dull, blotchy, or uneven appearance. As the damaged skin cells are removed, the skin appears refreshed and revitalized as the brighter, more youthfully radiant skin is revealed.
Typically performed to address and correct a variety of unwelcome face and neck skin problems, chemical peels can be an effective, non-surgical way to treat the following skin concerns:
- Fine lines, wrinkles
- Darkened patches of skin: age/sun/liver spots, melasma, hyperpigmentation
- Acne or injury-related scars
- Enlarged oil glands
- Sun damage
- Textural irregularities (scaly, dry, and/or rough patches on the skin)
- Acne-prone/blemished skin
Concerned about time constraints? Fortunately, most chemical peels require little (if any) downtime while still producing dramatic skin-rejuvenating results. Some of our peels require only a single treatment; however, many patients benefit from a series of periodic treatments to amplify the effectiveness of the peel extend the longevity of their results.
Chemical Peel Options
Dr. Motykie understands that his patients have unique skin concerns and specific time/lifestyle constraints that must be taken into consideration when selecting a skin rejuvenation treatment. In order to accommodate the needs of every patient, we are pleased to offer a wide range of customizable chemical peels.
Each peel varies in potency (light, medium, and deep), and addresses a specific set of skincare concerns:
Our chemical peels are safe for use on nearly all skin types, and have been shown to consistently deliver significant skin improvements without the use of excessively harsh chemicals (i.e. trichloracetic acid, hydroquinone).
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