How Chemical Peels can take Your Skincare Game to the Next Level
Back in the late 90’s, the chemical peel enjoyed a top seat at the popularity table. Back then, the chemical exfoliation of dead and damaged skin cells was a leading treatment among individuals wanting to maintain dermatologic health and slow their cosmetic aging process. Within a few years of its peak season, the chemical peel was all but forgotten. This could happen because aesthetic medicine, with its continual growth, would offer seemingly endless options for facial rejuvenation.
The new treatments that have become available are so sophisticated that they are hard to ignore. However, there is still good reason to keep chemical peels in mind as you search for the best ways to postpone aging. A chemical peel can achieve excellent results at a fraction of the cost of laser treatments. That alone is sufficient reason to schedule your peel before summer. Additional benefits of chemical peel treatment include:
- Customization lowers risks of treatment. We are proud to offer a variety of professional chemical peels using SkinCeuticals solutions. With an eye for integrated skincare, SkinCeuticals has formulated precise chemical products to slough off just the right amount of cellular debris to reveal smoother, brighter, healthier skin. Every peel performed in our Houston office is tailored to the exact strength and duration needed to achieve the desired outcome.
- A peel cleans the slate. For a skincare routine to have maximum effectiveness, it should include clinical procedures, professional treatments, and home care. By removing debris from the skin’s surface, the routine customized chemical peel sets the stage for ongoing resiliency and optimal efficiency in the daily skin care regimen. Basically, your products will work better when you routinely eliminate the uppermost layer of dead and damaged cells.
- Customized peels can help you manage skin conditions. Two common problems that can be managed will with routine chemical peel treatment are acne and melasma. Studies suggest that routine peels using gentle lactic or salicylic acids unclog pores and also fade superficial scarring caused by pimples. Being a light and heat sensitive condition, melasma may not respond as expected to light and heat-based laser treatments. Chemical peels, on the other hand, when combined with strict sun-care habits, have demonstrated promising results for pigment problems.
The team at River Oaks Gynecology and Aesthetics is happy to help you care for your skin with professional services and products. To schedule your consultation and chemical peel, call 713-955-6560.