Chemical Peels

CHEMICAL PEELS

Chemical Peels Tacoma, WA

Chemical Peels for Tacoma, WA

Glycolic peels can remove sun-damaged skin and any pre-cancerous cells it may contain. While the result is similar to a microdermabrasion, chemical peels are chemical exfoliated whereas Microdermabrasions offer manual exfoliation.

Chemical Peels create an even and controlled shedding of damaged skin cells. Glycolic Peels are derived from sugar cane and have the smallest molecular structure for deeper penetration ability. For people at high risk, a light chemical peel twice a year is a great way to keep skin cancer at bay. It is also helpful for individuals with facial blemishes, wrinkles, acne scars, and uneven skin pigmentation. Advanced Laser and Skin of Tacoma, WA offers a variety of Chemical Peels including Glycolic Acid, Mandelic Acid, Salicylic Acid and Pigment Balancing in strengths of 20%, 30% and 50%.

Erase Fine Lines and Wrinkles with a Chemical Peel at our Tacoma, WA location.

The Process

Chemical peels involve applying a chemical solution to the skin which, after a day or so, begins to peel off. This process is used on the face, but also on the neck, chest and hands if needed. Varying strengths of the solutions applied determine whether you will have a light or medium peeling. After the skin loosens and falls away, new skin is allowed to appear from underneath. The removal of dead skin cells stimulates the production of new skin cells. You will see a dramatic difference in skin color, texture and tone. The skin feels softer, smoother and has a healthy glow to it.

Benefits

Chemical peels are especially effective in erasing fine lines under the eyes and around the mouth, for smoothing areas of rough skin, evening out pigmentation and age spots, eliminating small scars, and improving tone and texture. The total time in the office for this procedure is approximately 30 minutes. Peeling after the treatment is normal, and may last for 3-5 days. Be sure to protect the treated area from the sun by staying indoors or by using a broad-spectrum sunscreen.


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