Ben J. Kirbo, M.D. — Laurence Z. Rosenberg, M.D.
Chris DeRosier, M.D.

What Do Chemical Peels Do?

Published on October 17, 2017
chemical peel

Chemical Peels are administered via a chemical solution that is put on the skin to improve the tone and texture of the skin by peeling off the damaged outer layer. There are a number of surface skin issues that can leave people feeling very self-conscious of their face. Acne and acne scarring, fine lines and wrinkles, sun damage, rough or scaly patches of skin, and irregular skin pigmentation can all be improved through the Chemical Peel.

Chemical Peels come in various strengths—the stronger the peel, the deeper into the skin layers it penetrates. Chemical Peels aren’t right for everyone, however. Patients with deeper scars or wrinkles or significant skin sagging would not see the rejuvenation they want through a chemical peel. If you are interested in learning more about what chemical peels can do, and to find out if they may be right for you, contact our office to schedule your consultation today.

Some photos in this website feature models for illustrative purposes.
Photos of actual patients can be found in our before and after photo gallery.

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