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-Lighten unwanted pignment and even out your skin tone
-Reverse the signs of aging and stimulate collagen & Elastin production
-Diminish fine lines & wrinkles
-Improve skin tone and color and smooth out rough skin
-Lighten acne blemishes and prevent future break outs
Professionally administered Chemical Peels can dramatically improve your appearance, as, after removing the old outer layer of the skin, the result leaves you with very smooth, radiant and less wrinkled skin. Although Laser Therapy is gaining more and more attention lately, Dermatologists still consider certain peels among the most essential tools for maintaining healthy, beautiful, age-resistant skin. When done regularly, chemical peels help to reverse the signs of aging, improve skin tone and color, stimulate collagen production, diminish acne and treat pre-cancerous lesions, like Actinic Keratosis.
Choices include glycolic (sugar) acid, lactic (milk) acid, TCA (trichloracetic acid) or beta acids and the best-fitting for your condition will be determined after thorough skin examination. Our advanced medical/cosmetic treatments often combine chemical peels with other dermatological procedures like PRP/HA, Spectra-Carbon-Laser-Peel, Hydracool Plus Facial Treatment. Some chemical peels require a brief recovery time before the optimal result is evidenced. “Studies show up to 50% reduction in acne after a series of chemical peels”.
Chemical Peels help the skin to breathe and regenerate, and impart a healthful, youthful glow. Acne scars can be significantly improved.
Most prevalent is redness, flaking, and temporary darkening but it depends on the strength of the acid applied. You will be specifically informed after determining the right choice of peel agent.
As always – results may vary between individuals and are also case-dependent, but several studies report approximately 50% improvement in acne after a series of chemical peels. But acne mostly responds best to specific case-dependent treatment combinations.
Since chemical peels can temporarily leave the treated skin more sensitive to harmful UVA and UVB rays, proper sun protection is necessary after a chemical peel, so we at the GDDC always advice for a dermatologist-recommended sunscreen with at least SPF 30.