At Advanced Anti-Aging and Weight Loss, we see and treat hundreds of skin types. If it’s fine lines, age spots, dark spots and freckles that plague you, or if you simply just want your skin to feel better, our holistic-based chemical peel treatment may be just what you need. Contact us today or stop by our Evansville, Indiana clinic for a consultation.
What is a Chemical Peel?
A common aesthetic treatment across the United States, chemical peels consist of a mild chemical solution applied to the face. As the chemicals dry, they are then gently peeled off, leaving rejuvenated skin behind that is often smoother and less wrinkled.
What Can Chemical Peels Treat?
A chemical peel treatment is capable of reducing several skin concerns, including:
- Certain types of acne
- Fine lines around the eyes and mouth
- Age spots, freckles and dark patches due to pregnancy or birth control
- Improving the appearance of facial scars
- Areas that have experienced sun damage
The best way to determine if you are a good candidate for a chemical peel is to contact us at Advanced Anti-Aging and Weight Loss. Our holistic approach to skin care revolves around the fact that your skin is unique and needs to be treated as such. Our experienced medical staff will evaluate the overall functionality of your skin, measuring factors such as your collagen and hormone production, in order to establish the treatment route that is best for you.
Who is Not a Good Candidate for a Chemical Peel?
- Darker skin hues may potentially experience uneven skin tone, depending on the problem being treated
- Skin sags
- Severe wrinkles
These skin concerns may be more easily treated with one of our other quality skin care treatments, such as Botox, Juvederm, or Radiesse, among others. Other, less expensive skin treatments claim the same results, but at Advanced Anti-Aging and Weight Loss, we value quality and offering the best holistic-based treatments and services for our customers at our clinic.
Although the effects of a chemical peel can usually be seen and felt after one session, the treatment does require moderate aftercare. After a chemical peel, skin is temporarily more vulnerable to the sun. Wearing sunscreen that blocks both UVA and UVB rays is critical to your skin’s healing, as well as wearing brimmed hats while outside and trying to limit sun exposure during the hours when the sun’s rays are the most direct.
Chemical peels can also be performed to the neck and hand areas. Contact us at Advanced Anti-Aging and Weight Loss today to see what our medical staff can do for the overall health and vitality of your skin.