Chemical peels are beneficial for most skin types, including sensitive skin, as they not only treat problem-prone skin, but also serve as a preventative treatment. In a chemical peel, an acid solution is applied to the face to remove dead and damaged skin layers and can safely reduce wrinkles while also correcting skin tone. As the dead skin cells shed or flake off, a brighter, smoother, and more refined complexion is revealed.
Other benefits of a chemical peel include:
- Improved skin color, tone, and texture
- Reduced discoloration caused by sun damage
- New collagen stimulation and healthy skin cell growth
- Increased hydration of the skin
- Deepened effectiveness of skin care products
Chemical peels are great for addressing sun damaged skin or sun-triggered dark spots like melasma, uneven pigmentation, and acne scarring. Peels can also be utilized to simply reveal a brighter and fresher layer of the skin.
So, What Makes Chemical Peels Best for Fall and Winter?
For long term results, a treatment plan of three or more chemical peels spaced four to six weeks apart is recommended. Because the skin is particularly sensitive after a chemical peel, it’s important to avoid the sun before and during the healing process. Lower UV levels from the sun during the fall and winter seasons make these cooler months the best time to receive and recover from a peel.
Chemical peel season is here, so what are you waiting for? Schedule your FREE consultation and chemical peel today! Visit dermanimedspa.com.