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    Are Chemical Peels Worth It?

    You may have heard of Chemical Peels and seen their popularity. Maybe you’re considering a chemical peel and are wondering if they're even worth it?

    The simple answer is yes! Chemical Peels are definitely worth it. Not only do they provide tons of benefits but it also exfoliates and refreshes your skin in the process! 

    Dan Marino, one of our aestheticians and Laser and Light specialist at SpaDerma Lakeview, believes that everyone should experience one (or a few) in their lifetime.

    If you're on the fence about whether or not to get a chemical peel, allow Dan to convince you. Here are six reasons why chemical peels are worth it:

    1. Reduction in Fine Lines and Wrinkles

    Time to say goodbye to those annoying fines and wrinkles!

    One of the main reasons people get chemical peels is to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. And guess what? They work! After just one session, you'll notice a significant difference in the appearance of your skin.

    2. Improved Texture

    If you’re looking to improve your overall skin texture, look no further. 

    Not only do chemical peels improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, but they also improve the overall texture of your skin. If you're struggling with rough, dry patches or uneven skin tone, a chemical peel can help.

    3. Pigmentation Correction

    Struggling with various pigmentation issues? Chemicals Peels have you covered! 

    Another benefit of chemical peels is that they can help to correct pigmentation issues such as sun damage, age spots, and melasma. If you're dealing with any type of pigmentation issue, we recommend scheduling a consultation with one of our expert aestheticians to see if a chemical peel is right for you.

    4. Acne Treatment

    Do you have more severe acne that goes beyond the occasional pimple?

    Chemical Peels are also an effective treatment for acne or patients with Melasma. If you're struggling with breakouts, a chemical peel can help to clear up your skin and prevent future breakouts.

    5. Customization

    One of the best things about chemical peels is that they can be customized to meet your specific needs. There are three different types of Chemical Peels each with a different purpose: Superficial, Medium, and Deep.

    - Superficial Peels are the mildest type of peel and help to remove the outer most layer of the skin, the epidermis.

    - Medium Peels use stronger acids to penetrate deeper into the skin, reaching the middle layer of skin known as the dermis.

    - Deep Peels are the strongest type of peel available. They use Phenol or TCA to reach the deepest layer of skin, the subcutaneous tissue.

    Depending on your goals, we can customize a treatment plan that's perfect for you! So pretty much there's a Chemical Peel for everyone.

    6. No Downtime

    Looking for a quick fix to get that extra glow before a big event?

    One of the great things about chemical peels is that there is very little to no downtime! You may experience some redness and sensitivity after your treatment, but this typically goes away within a few hours. You will see immediate results that only get better over time! We recommend avoiding sun exposure and using sunscreen for the next few days to protect your skin, but other than that you’re good to go!

    So there you have it! Six reasons why chemical peels are definitely worth it. IF you struggle with any of the above mentioned skin concerns, Chemical Peels are the way to go! If you're still on the fence, we recommend scheduling a consultation with one of our expert aestheticians to see if a chemical peel is right for you.

    Looking to Book a Chemical Peel?

    At SpaDerma, we strive to provide the best solution for your skincare needs. If you're looking to improve the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, age spots, and uneven skin tone book a Chemical Peel appointment today!

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