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Skin Problems that Can Be Solved with a Chemical Peel

Last updated 6 years ago

Once you have achieved a smooth look with laser hair removal, you can give your skin that perfect youthful glow with a chemical peel. There are several different solutions available for chemical peels, so you can achieve the exact look you want from this age-defying procedure. Take a look at the information below to get a better understanding of the skin flaws that can be erased with a chemical peel.

  • Age spots and freckles: Skin discoloration is caused by damage that lies in the outermost layers of the skin, which can be removed with a chemical peel. As your skin heals after a chemical peel, it will have a more even tone that is free of the dark spots that can give away your age.
  • Wrinkles: Because chemical peels remove the outer layers of skin, new skin cell growth is accelerated. This means that the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles will be reduced after a peel. You should maintain a good skincare routine that includes the use of a moisturizer and sun protectant to help prevent the development of new wrinkles after your treatment.
  • Dull or dry skin: As you get older, your skin does not retain as much moisture as it once did. This can cause your skin to become dull or flaky. The new skin cells that grow after a chemical peel will give your face a softer and more youthful feel.

You have a range of chemical peel options to choose from at Elements Laser Spa, allowing you to get the perfect look. Schedule a chemical peel or explore your other options for skin rejuvenation by calling Elements Laser Spa today at (512) 444-4600. We can help you achieve a youthful look with our wide range of treatments that can be tailored to the specific needs of your skin.


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