Are you looking older than your actual age due to skin problems like wrinkles, acne scars, brown spots, or dull skin tone? If so, medical-grade chemical peels could be used to help restore luster to your skin and help you look like the best version of yourself. When dealing with chemical peels, it’s a good idea to keep in mind that they are not a one-size-fits-all type of treatment. There are different types of chemical peels, and each peel deals with specific issues.
For example, if you are dealing with superficial types of skin problems like enlarged pores, acne, or a dull skin tone, a lighter type of chemical peel could get the job done. Light peels normally involve low doses of lactic, glycolic, or salicylic acids to exfoliate the surface of your skin.
You can even combine acids to boost your skin’s radiance and clean skin pores. The important thing to remember is that lighter chemical peels represent a type of mild exfoliation that typically requires little to no sedation or downtime.
Different types of peels can be used to treat severe sun damage, enlarged pores, and fine lines. These can also be combined with other acids for an improved effect. Of course, when you are dealing with more stubborn skin complaints, a chemical peel containing a stronger acid can enhance the appearance of your skin. You will, however, require more downtime with a stronger peel.
To learn which peel is right for you, talk to our team at Le Reve Skincare & Laser Center, located in Fort Worth, TX. Contact our office today to book a consultation and learn more about what chemical peels can do for you! We look forward to hearing from you.