Chemical Peels Treatment
A chemical peel is the use of a solution to exfoliate the skin. This causes the outer layer to gently peel away. Thus leaving a softer, smoother look for your skin. The surface skin cells are the part where blackheads and other blemishes occur so a chemical peel will help with this as well. There are several peels that Dr. David Bryant uses, so you can expect a peel that works just right for you. The doctor will determine what chemical reaction is necessary for you anywhere from salicylic acid to malic acid as well as a mixture of mild exfoliating agents. Chemical peels are a great option to hide or repair many skin flaws. World's Famous Dermatologist wants to be your doctor of choice for chemical peels Stockbridge, Marietta, Johns Creek and Lawrenceville, Georgia.
World’s Famous Dermatologist
A chemical peel is a chemical exfoliation that aides in brightening, smoothing and polishing the skin. There are different levels of peels. The chemical offered with the microdermabrasion is a mild, low depth peel called a superficial peel. This can include enzyme peels, glycolic acid 30% or lower, lactic acid 30% or lower, and salicylic acid. Chemical peels can improve texture of the skin, barrier function, and moisture retention. (Barrier function: protects the top layer of skin from irritation and dehydration) It also helps cell turnover rate, hydration, surface pigmentation, and stimulates elastin and collagen production.
Types of Chemical Peels
- The VI Peel is a medium depth skin resurfacing chemical peel the increases collagen production and cellular turnover to reveal a more polished and rejuvenating look. This chemical peel is painless and safe for all skin types and tones. VI peel treats all skin concerns including but not limited to aging skin, acne, acne scarring, melasma, sun damage, keratosis pilaris, hyperpigmentation, and more. VI peel will help improve the texture, tone, and clarity of the skin.
VI Peel Series
Single unit: $250
Series of 3: $720
Series of 5: $1000
VI Peel and Microdermabrasion
3 peels & 3 microdermabrasion: $1020
5 peels & 3 microdermabrasion: $1300
- Coming Soon! Superficial or lunchtime peel – This is the lightest and most surface type of chemical peel. The active ingredient is alpha-hydroxy acid or another mild acid that exfoliates the skin. Because it is superficial, Dr. Bryant can use this method to minimize minor skin discolorations and imperfections.
- Coming Soon! Medium peel: A medium peel is a deeper treatment that repairs damaged skin cells. It is based on glycolic or trichloroacetic acid. In a word, this technique gets rid of moderate fine lines and wrinkles, freckles, spots, and skin discoloration. Additionally, it can smooth rough areas and remove precancerous skin growths.
- Coming Soon! Deep peel: For the deepest penetration, Dr. Bryant will apply a blend of trichloroacetic acid or phenol. Subsequently, this treatment goes deep into the skin. Because the treatment is deep, it can only be performed once in a lifetime. Scars, freckles, and age spots will disappear.
Lastly, chemical peels are a non-surgical procedure. Thus, with the exception of the deep peel, they can be repeated multiple times. Additionally, this procedure work well with other skin treatments such as Botox or dermal fillers.
If you are looking for a dermatologist who does chemical peels in Johns Creek, Stockbridge, Marietta, & Lawrenceville, Georgia, the World’s Famous Dermatologist is a perfect choice. Accordingly, call us at (678) 885-7110 to schedule your chemical peel today.
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