Dull and dry skin can be a common skin issue for a variety of people, and these can lead to an uneven skin texture, and an uneven skin tone. These issues can be caused by a variety of factors, but whatever the cause, skin resurfacing can be the perfect solution. But why should you choose chemical peels for your skin resurfacing? Well, here at The Skin And Wellbeing Clinic, we are Preston’s leading aesthetic practitioners. And we offer a range of professional, high quality procedures including chemical peels, laser hair removal and dermal fillers. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about the advantages of chemical peels for skin resurfacing.
What is skin resurfacing?
Skin resurfacing is the process of exfoliating to remove dead skin cells and promote or stimulate the growth of new skin cells. This can be used to treat skin with an uneven texture or tone, or even to help with acne scarring or to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. As you can tell, skin resurfacing treatments really do transform the surface of your skin, and leave your skin glowing and healthy.
What are chemical peels?
A chemical peel is an aesthetic procedure that involves applying an acidic liquid to the skin, and then removing this. Different chemical peels will target different levels of the skin, and different options will also need to be applied for different amounts of time. The variety of chemical peels available means that there is a treatment option for every type of skin.
What are the advantages of chemical peels for skin resurfacing?
There are a number of reasons why chemical peels remain one of the most popular treatment options for skin resurfacing. These include:
- 3 different types of chemical peel to choose from – there are 3 different types of chemical peel to choose from, and this means that whatever skin issue you have, there is an effective chemical peel solution. The superficial level chemical peels are gentle and make use of mild acids to lightly exfoliate the skin. Medium chemical peels are more intrusive and penetrate the middle and outer layer of skin. Deep chemical peels are the strongest, using more powerful acids to reach deeper skin layers, and to remove damaged skin cells too.
- Cheaper than laser treatment – one of the other popular options for skin resurfacing is laser treatment. However this procedure is very expensive, for just one treatment, and lighter laser treatments will need to be repeated more often. Chemical peels on the other had tend to be cheaper and offer lasting results.
- Chemical peels hydrate the skin – good skin hydration and nourishment is crucial for healthy and voluminous skin. Chemical peels can be used to add hydration to your skin, and to bring important nourishment.
For more information or advice, or for any of our professional, high quality services, why not get in touch with the team today, here at The Skin and Wellbeing Clinic?