Adults experience various problems with their facial skin, but some of the most common issues include sun damage, dynamic wrinkling, and more prominent discolorations in the region where an injury or acne scaring has developed. Fortunately, chemical peels can be used to diminish the appearance of wrinkles and scarring, and they also help to treat other skin irregularities.
We stress the importance of consulting with us prior to choosing a chemical peel as the treatment for any of the above-mentioned concerns. There are different types of peel treatments, each of which targets specific skin problems.
What Peel Treatments Do
Chemical peels can improve the appearance of injury scars, acne scars, sun-damaged skin, pigmentation issues, and wrinkles. These treatments are great for improving the overall skin texture and skin tone without the need for skin ablation or abrasive resurfacing.
Types of Chemical Peels
It is important to understand that chemical peels are not one-size-fits-all. We have a variety of peels available, and the right one for you will depend on multiple factors. At True Skin Care Center, we are proud to offer the Radiance Peel, the Alpha Hydroxy Acids Peel, the Beta Hydroxy Acids Peel, the Modified Jessner’s Peel, and the Retinol Peel. Whether you are dealing with acne scarring, wrinkling, or oily skin, one of these peel treatments is likely to help you by removing the damaged skin and encouraging the production of new, healthy skin that is free of unwanted skin irregularities.
Choosing the Right Treatment for You
Chemical peels sound rather harsh due to their name, but the treatment is actually very simple. During a consultation with us at True Skin Care Center, we will examine the trouble spots and ask about your health and medical history. From there, we can determine which peel treatment is likely to give you the results you desire.
Whichever peel treatment is chosen, the results are long-lasting. Many of our clients choose to have a lighter peel treatment performed regularly as part of their facial skin care regimen. We can provide all of the information you need to make an informed choice about facial skin care during an appointment at our office in Chicago. Contact us today to schedule an appointment to learn more about what chemical peels can do for you!