Your skin surface tolerates many harsh environmental conditions, such as the heat from the sun and the extreme cold. Lifestyle factors can also negatively impact your skin, resulting in imperfections that may not go away without medical intervention. Fortunately, the Magnolia Dermatology specialists offer chemical peels Cypress to address these skin imperfections giving you smooth, glowing skin.
How chemical peels rejuvenate your skin
A chemical peel refers to a minimally invasive cosmetic technique that involves the application of a chemical solution to the area of concern to remove the dead skin. After some time, smooth, glowing skin grows, enhancing your physical appearance. Dermatologists recommend chemical peels for treating skin discoloration, acne scars, and wrinkles on your face. You can talk to your doctor about combining this with another cosmetic treatment to achieve optimum results. Deeper chemical peels guarantee dramatic effects, but they may take longer to recover.
What are the available forms of chemical peels?
During your appointment, Dr. Robare examines your skin and discusses your beauty goals to determine the most effective chemical peel. Each chemical peel targets different skin imperfections.
Light chemical peel
A light chemical peel is a gentle technique that exfoliates the most superficial part of your skin. Most patients prefer light chemical peels to eliminate texture and tone abnormalities, fine lines, and acne. Considering that light chemical peels are not deep, you may need to schedule after every two months to maintain your results.
A medium chemical peel
A medium chemical peel infiltrates your epidermis and a part of your dermis. This treatment is more profound and addresses more severe skin concerns such as pigmentation abnormalities, wrinkles, age spots, and acne scars.
Deep chemical peel
This treatment infiltrates your dermis to correct advanced skin problems such as textural abnormalities, deep wrinkles, and prominent scarring. Deep chemical peels allow you to feel beautiful and young again.
The professional team at Magnolia Dermatology may also offer VI peel that slows down your aging process and treats acne scars and acne.
What should you consider when preparing for a chemical peel?
Your doctor plays a significant role in determining the effectiveness of the chemical peel. The experts at Magnolia Dermatology have years of experience providing chemical peel and guaranteeing excellent results. An improper chemical peel can lead to complications such as permanent scars and infection. During your initial appointment, your doctor may review your decal history and enquire about the medications you may be taking and whether you have any past or current medical conditions. The team may examine your skin and determine how the thickness and tone may influence your results.
You can discuss your expectations with Dr. Robare, who may educate you on the potential risks and how long the results may last. Before the procedure, she may offer antiviral medicine to prevent a viral infection. Your provider may prescribe retinol cream to promote healing a few weeks after your treatment.
To explore the dramatic results of chemical peels, call the Magnolia Dermatology office or book your spot online today.