Skin rejuvenation with popular chemical peels
- Posted on: Jun 15 2021
Improving skin texture and tone is important for its overall health and appearance. Webster, TX area patients who are unhappy with how their skin looks may approach a plastic surgeon or other professional to ask about solutions. For many, the chemical peel can be a wonderful way to rejuvenate the skin and improve its health and appearance.
What is a chemical peel?
The chemical peel is a skin revitalization treatment that can be as mild or aggressive as patients desire. With the use of specifically chosen chemical ingredients, patient can remove the dead skin, exfoliate it, and allow product to penetrate deeper. The treatment can be used for patients who are dealing with:
- Aging skin, including fine lines and wrinkles
- Poor skin complexion, tone, and texture
- Skin irregularities such as scars
- Hyperpigmentation problems
What chemical peel is right for me?
Dr. Kimberly Carpin encourages patients to book an appointment at her practice to undergo an initial evaluation. During this time, the doctor will discuss with patients the specific areas of concern on their skin. If chemical peels are appropriate, she will help the patient pick out a chemical peel that is best for their unique needs. Patients can also discuss the strength of their peel. Mild peels provide light exfoliation and don’t require much downtime, while stronger peels require patients to take time off of work and other activities as the chemicals work their magic. Mild peels can be done regularly for gradual results, while a stronger peel provides dramatic changes in a single treatment.
What ingredients are used in chemical peels?
Some of the more common ingredients used in chemical peels include:
- Salicylic acid
- Glycolic acid
- Trichloroacetic (TCA) acid
- Lactic acids
All of these can assist in revealing healthier, radiant, and brilliantly beautiful skin!
Are you located in the area of Webster, TX and are considering skin rejuvenation with chemical peels?
Dr. Kimberly Carpin welcomes you to call her practice and learn about the options available, including the use of chemical peels. Her facility is located at 18201-B Gulf Freeway and can be reached at (281) 333-4600 to request a consultation.
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