Also knows as a “derma-peel” or “chemexfoliation,” a chemical peel is a non-invasive, chemical-based solution applied to the skin to peel away its outer layers of damaged skin. Chemical peels have been around a while and continue to be one of the best, most effective ways to restore a youthful appearance to the skin without resorting to invasive surgery.
When working with chemicals on the skin, it is ultra-important to have a skilled dermatologist perform the procedure. While it might seem scary, this treatment is safe and effective in the hands of your highly trained DermSurgery Associates dermatologist.
Chemical Peels Treat a Variety of Common Skin Conditions
- Fine lines around the eyes and mouth
- Acne and acne scarring
- Freckles and other skin discolorations like age spots and brown spots
- Sun-damaged skin
- Patches of rough or scaly skin
- Dull complexion
Chemical Peel Treatments Available at DermSurgery Associates
Depending on a variety of factors, there are many chemical peels to choose. Your expert dermatologist at DermSurgery Associates will recommend an appropriate treatment for you.
Some chemical peels can brighten and exfoliate aging skin; treat fine lines, wrinkles and hyperpigmentation; help with acne symptoms; and improve. Others can treat sun damaged skin, melasma, acne scarring and fine wrinkles.
Acid peels are appropriate for many skin types and used to treat acne scars, sun damage, fine lines and wrinkles and hyperpigmentation. Specialized peels can stimulate collagen production, reduce age spots, freckles and hyperpigmentation, including melasma; soften lines; and minimize acne scarring.
If you are looking for an effective way to revitalize your skin this fall, talk to the professionals at DermSurgery Associates to explore your options. They’ll help you decide which treatment is most appropriate for you and the skin you’re in. Call 713.791.9966 or click to schedule your appointment today.
Yes I’m 56 I have age spots freckles on nose alot of brown spots on my lower side of face going in to neck can u help me how much r chemical peel?