Chemical peels are a great way to remove layers of dry, dead skin and reveal the healthy skin that lies below. At Cleveland Family Health, Marian Keen, PA-C, offers a range of chemical peels to men and women in the Garner, North Carolina, area. If your at-home skin care routine isn’t yielding the desired results, schedule an appointment to come in and try a chemical peel. Call the friendly staff or book an appointment online today.
Chemical peels are a type of exfoliation that removes the outermost layer of dull, dry, dead skin cells. The solutions are carefully formulated to provide excellent results without damaging the healthy cells that lie beneath.
A chemical peel is a simple and straightforward treatment, and many people have them done on a lunch break or in the middle of an otherwise busy day. They are an investment in your skin and can address a number of common complexion issues.
A chemical peel is a great way to address areas of discoloration on your face or hands. They are also a good treatment to consider if you’re seeking improvement of the following conditions:
Many men and women come in for chemical peels a few times each year simply to brighten and enhance their complexion.
Cleveland Family Health offers three types of chemical peels, each providing a unique set of benefits. Marian works with you to determine the peel that’s best suited for your skin and aesthetic goals.
This is an excellent peel for those who are new to chemical peels or have sensitive skin. An Illuminize Peel brightens skin and addresses minor skin imperfections. Best of all, the results are cumulative, and the peel can be repeated every couple of weeks until the desired effects are reached.
A Vitalize Peel is a medium-level chemical peel. It’s great for improving the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and areas of roughly textured skin. You should notice results after your first Vitalize Peel, with even more improvement noted after a series of three or more peels.
This is a deep chemical peel and is used to address moderate or severe skin conditions, including deeper lines and wrinkles, large pores, or acne scarring. You may experience significant peeling of dead skin in the days following treatment, and you should notice results right away.
After a chemical peel, it’s important to protect your skin with a high-quality sunscreen. You should also avoid wearing makeup or using other exfoliation products until your skin has healed.
To learn more about what chemical peels can do for your complexion, schedule a consultation at Cleveland Family Health today.