Is a chemical peel what your skin needs?
- Posted on: Mar 15 2017
Chemical peels can remove the damaged outer layers of your skin
Using varying strengths of acids, a chemical peel can remove the top, damaged layer of your skin to reveal the smoother, younger-looking layer beneath. You may choose to have a chemical peel to:
- Reduce the appearance of scars
- Treat blemishes
- Smooth your skin
- Even out your complexion
The strength or your peel can be tailored to your skin’s needs and your preference
The more noticeable you want your results to be, the deeper the chemical peel you’ll need. Light and medium peels are fairly painless, though you may feel a slight stinging from the chemicals. After, you can also go about your normal activities as long as you use sunscreen. Your skin should be protected from the sun for several months after any chemical peel to protect your skin and maintain results.
At Aura Skin we feature four types of chemical peels
- Alphahydroxy acid (AHA)
The gentlest type of chemical peel, it uses glycolic, lactic and fruit acids to help smooth and brighten skin. The AHA peel treats:
- Fine lines
- Uneven pigmentation
- Trichloroacetic acid (TCA)
This medium peel also treats fine surface wrinkles, blemishes and pigment issues. It can be used on the face, neck and other areas.
The strongest chemical peel, it can treat:
- Deeper wrinkles
- Precancerous growths
- Sun damage
- Uneven pigment due to aging and hormonal changes
- The Vitalize Peel – alpha and betahydroxy, resorcinol and retinoic acids
For people with sensitive skin, this light peel can gently slough away the outermost layers of the skin to help reduce the signs of aging. This peel helps:
- Improve texture
- Restore a youthful glow
- Reduce fine lines
- Lighten sun damage
- Treat acne
You should expect to notice the improvement in your skin’s texture and tone and a reduction of fine lines. A healthier, more youthful appearance is best accomplished with seen a series of peels.
Call for your chemical peel appointment today:(415) 788-3800.
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