What is a Chemical Peel?
A Chemical peel is a procedure in which a solution is applied to the skin to remove the top layers, induce regeneration of new cells and promote the production of collagen. Peels can be done on the face, the neck, the chest and the hands.
What will the peel do to my skin?
Chemical peels remove the impurities and the dead cells of the outermost layer of the skin.
The goal is to exfoliate and achieve a softer, smoother, rejuvenated skin.
With exfoliation, the skin becomes more porous and allows for maximum nutrient delivery and increased absorption of proper skin care products.
What does the peel treat?
- Signs of aging (fine lines and wrinkles)
- Sun damaged skin
- Uneven skin tone
What are the results of a chemical peel?
- Balanced and bright complexion
- Improved texture
- Minimized fine lines and wrinkles
- Decreased pore size
- Improvement of age spots and blemishes.
How many Chemical Peels will I need?
Most patients require a series of 4-6 treatments at 2-4 weeks intervals to achieve optimum results. It will depend on the condition of your skin and your expectations. Your skin becomes very sensitive to the sun after Chemical Peels and is best to avoid sun exposure and apply sunblock at all times. The best time of the year for this treatment is fall and winter.
Dr. Veber chooses the Clinical Couture Designer Peels from Image Skin Care. All these peels include Organic Aloe Vera plus different types of complexes: botanical complex, detox complex, brightening complex, exfoliators and plant-derived stem cells.
If you want to find out which Image Peel is right for you, call the office or email us and book a free consultation with Dr. Veber.