Do you love chemical peels, but hate the downtime? If you have zero time to sit and recover, you can still enjoy many of the benefits of a chemical peel. Superficial peels can improve skin tone, fade shallow acne scars, treat light sun damage, clear mild acne, and smooth fine lines. These gentle peels can be used on most skin types, and you can typically return to your regular activities immediately. Ask us about our superficial peels!
Chemical Peels – How Deep Do You Want to Go?
Chemical peels can be aggressive or gentle depending on your goals and your skin’s needs. At Abadir Associates, most of our peels are conservative and comfortable. We’ve found that these peels can maximize results while minimizing discomfort and downtime.
Deeper peels use a stronger acidic solution to remove more damaged skin during a treatment. This can lead to a longer recovery period, more peeling, and more redness. Superficial peels are lighter and gentler. They are often performed in a series to maximize results. We can help you decide which type of peel will be best and create a treatment schedule based on this recommendation.
What Should I Expect After a Superficial Peel?
Superficial peels are an excellent choice for patients who want results but can’t commit to downtime. These treatments are done in our offices on an outpatient basis. These peels are mild, so anesthesia isn’t needed. After treatment, you can return to your regular activities immediately. Most patients experience only minimal discomfort as they heal. You may have slight redness and possibly minimal peeling, but this should fade quickly. You can cover any redness with makeup.
Is a Chemical Peel Right for Me?
Are you ready to discover your best skin? A chemical peel is an excellent choice for many patients. A light peel can:
- Improve skin tone, even out color, fade wrinkles, treat acne, and more.
- Treat mild skin conditions without downtime.
- Provide stunning results with a minimal recovery period.
What can a chemical peel do for you? Call and schedule your treatment today.