Too much Summer Sun? Rejuvenate Yourself With A Chemical Peel

chemical-peelWe’re way past the decades-old beauty standards that declared sun-kissed skin as the epitome of beauty. Today, we know that all that sun can cause more damage than it’s worth. Thanks to advancements in dermatology, we understand that healthy, happy skin means limiting your sun exposure. It’s all about fresh, younger-looking, and glowing skin. Have all those years frolicking in the summer sun made you look older than you feel? Then turn back time with a chemical peel:

So What’s a Chemical Peel?

A chemical peel—it sounds intimidating, right? Well a chemical peel is just a solution that’s applied to the face to encourage exfoliation. That exfoliation then removes an outer layer of skin along with dirt, debris, oils, and dead skin. Once that old outer layer is gone, your skin’s younger, newer layers of skin are revealed.

What Will It Do for Me?

What won’t it do? Chemical peels come in different strengths and can be used in combination with other procedures or other chemical peels with different solutions. Chemical peels are perfect for removing wrinkles, age spots, acne scars, dull skin, and more.

Is a Micropeel right for me?

Micropeels are a lighter type of chemical peel, meaning it doesn’t penetrate as deep down into the skin as other chemical peels. That doesn’t mean it’s less effective: micropeels can reduce fine lines, dullness, hyperpigmentation and more.

What is Dermaplaning?

This is a three-pronged skin rejuvenation method: using a light skin peel, physical exfoliation and a hydrating masque, this treatment softens and smooths skin. It also encourages collagen growth to make the skin a little firmer.

What about an Acne Clearing Facial?

Are you plagued by adult acne? This treatment uses a special combination of techniques: an extractor to remove oils and dirt, a chemical peel to eliminate bacteria that creates acne, and a hydrating masque to moisturize the skin.

What Should I Know?

Part of undoing all that sun damage means staying out of the sun for a while. After any kind of chemical peel, it’s essential that you avoid excessive sun exposure and wear sunscreen daily until you’ve recovered fully.

Smoking is another habit that’s discouraged after getting a chemical, but that’s a small price to pay for the new, younger look you’ll get with a chemical peel.

Now that you know the hows and whys of skin rejuvenation, are you ready to get your chemical peel from one of the leading dermatologists in the world? Contact Abadir Associates now to get a consultation on the chemical peel.

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