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Using Chemical Peeling To Improve Your Skin Condition

Chemical peels have been one of the most reliable cosmetic procedures done for skin care, but people often think of them only as a way to remove dead skin cells. While this is still one of the most popular ways to use a chemical peel, an expert application can result in an overall improvement of the skin's appearance, and even treat certain skin conditions short and long-term.

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So what exactly can chemical peels do for a client? Depending on the kind of peel, a client can enjoy many benefits like treating acne scars, repairing sun damaged skin, fixing skin hyperpigmentation, unblocking clogged pores, and even other conditions like rosacea and melasma.

Evolve Med Spa: The Best Option For Chemical Facial Treatment 

Chemical peels need experienced staff and the right tools and supplies to give long-term and effective results. It's an excellent all-around solution to improve your skin's appearance, though it can also be used to manage a specific skin condition. At Evolve Med Spa, we're well-versed in the different procedures and methods to make your chemical peel a success.

Different Types Of Chemical Peels

Chemical peeling is an extremely popular method of skin rejuvenation for anyone that wants to treat uneven skin tone and improve their overall skin health. It's often one of the first skin treatments a dermatologist would recommend, with a high success rate for both short and long-term results. While it's far from a one-treatment wonder, the results it can bestow on aging skin have made it a firm favorite when it comes to skin care.

One reason why chemical peels have remained so popular is that they're versatile ways to rejuvenate the skin. There are three types of peels that a client can choose from:

  • Light Chemical Peel - A Vitalize peel or any peel that uses salicylic acid or alpha hydroxy acid is classified as a light peel, which means that it only penetrates the topmost layer of your skin. A mild peel works best to treat acne, dry skin, uneven skin tone, and other mild skin conditions that require light exfoliation.
  • Medium Chemical Peel - The Vi peel, TCA peel, and glycolic acid peel penetrate more layers of your skin, though it's just slightly stronger than a light peel in potency. They're particularly effective on wrinkles, scarring, and other discolorations in the skin.
  • Deep Chemical Peel - Usually done as a phenol peel, the deeper peel of this procedure reaches right to the middle layer of your skin, often requiring anesthetic or painkillers. This is only done to address deep lines and wrinkles, traumatic scarring, or possible cancerous growth deeper inside the skin.
  • SkinMedica Illuminize Peel - This is a light peel that addresses the visible skin imperfections that result from skin aging and sun exposure, such as fine lines and wrinkles, uneven skin tone and texture. There is no expected downtime after this peel.
  • SkinMedica Vitalize Peel - This peel offers a dramatic improvement in skin texture and tone. It also stimulates collagen production, improves pigmentation, acne, and melasma.
  • SkinMedica Rejuvenize - This is the deepest penetrating peel that aggressively treats sun damage, melasma, acne scarring, fine wrinkles and pigmentary changes. Because of the penetration, clients can experience downtime with peeling.

Your skin care professional is the best person to consult about the exact type of peel that works best for your particular skin or condition that you're trying to address.

Are Chemical Peels Right For You?

A chemical peel treatment is only one of the many options that you can consider when improving your skin's appearance, and you must understand all the considerations needed before you get one.

Chemical peels work best for you if:

  • You're suited for the specific peel: Mild to medium peels work well for people who have mild skin concerns or imperfections that they need to treat since the aesthetician can adjust the chemical composition to best suit their needs. Deep peels are suited for more medical conditions like sun damage or extensive aging.
  • You're willing to go through multiple treatments: Except for deep peels, chemical peels aren't a permanent solution. If you want to keep the results from your chemical peels consistent throughout your life, you should be prepared to commit time and effort to keep up with a chemical peel schedule.
  • You're willing to experience some downtime: While a light chemical peel doesn't require a lot of post-procedural downtime, medium to deeper peels require some days of rest and avoiding sun exposure to make sure that your treatment sticks. Always follow your dermatologist or aesthetician's advice for post-procedure aftercare for the best results.

If these are conditions that you can work with, then you may be a good candidate for a chemical peel.

Professional Chemical Peels And Skin Exfoliation At Evolve Medical Spa

At Evolve Med Spa, we have extensive experience in using different types of chemical peels for each skin type to improve skin texture, skin tone, and overall restoring your skin to a youthful and healthy appearance. Whether it's a superficial peel, medium peel, or deep peel, you can expect high-quality and expert care with the procedure and its results.

Evolve Med Spa has numerous other services that can help you manage wrinkles, fine lines, and other signs of aging gracefully. Visit our office today for a consultation with some of the best skin experts in the industry.

Treat age spots, sun damage, uneven pigmentation, and fine lines on the skin with Evolve Med Spa's Chemical Peel treatment

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