The Worst Possible Day For A Blemish
- Posted on: May 15 2018
What would be the worst possible day for a blemish? The first date? The first day on the job? The first time meeting a new group of friends? Although these may seem like horrific times for a pimple to show up on the tip of your nose, there is one day that takes the cake, literally. Your wedding day! Imagine waking up feeling like a princess about to marry her Prince Charming only to find a stray zit right under your lower lip. Never fear! A chemical peel treatment rejuvenates your skin and helps prevent pimples from showing up to the party uninvited.
What is a Chemical Peel?
Don’t let the name of this amazing treatment concern you. A chemical peel is simply a combination of chemicals that are applied to your skin for a specific amount of time. These chemicals are found in many of your skincare products, but at lower concentrations.
What Can Be Treated with a Chemical Peel?
Acne is just one of the conditions that can be remedied with a chemical peel. We also recommend the treatment for:
- Fine lines
- Acne scars
- Dull complexion
- Age spots and dark spots
How Long Does a Chemical Peel Take?
Our chemical peel treatments take about one hour. For the first week, your skin may look red and dry. You may also notice the old, dead skin cells flaking off your skin. This indicates that new cells are emerging. We recommend that you schedule your chemical peel two to four weeks before your wedding day.
Can a Chemical Peel Be Combined with Other Treatments?
Yes, as long as you schedule the treatments well in advance of your wedding. Dermal fillers are great complements to chemical peels. We recommend that you have the chemical peel first, as this will help with lines and wrinkles. If you have any remaining wrinkles that you want to correct, we can tailor a dermal filler treatment to your needs.
Are You Ready to Schedule Your Chemical Peel? Contact Dr. Kimberly Carpin.
Schedule your chemical peel, dermal fillers treatments, laser treatments and other services today. Contact Dr. Kimberly Carpin to schedule a consultation at our office in Houston. You can also reach us directly at (281) 333-4600.
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