What are Chemical Peels Used to Treat?
Depending on the depth of the chemical peel, they can effectively improve the following skin problems:
- Sun damage
- Brown spots
- Fine lines
- Uneven complexion
- Dryness/Rough texture
- Enlarged pores
Chemical Peels Can Make your Skincare Products More Effective
Not only do chemical peels increase collagen production, but they can also work to reveal smoother skin that is more receptive to face treatments, serums, and moisturizers. Your skincare products perform better after a chemical peel because there are no longer dead skin cells preventing their penetration.
Are Chemical Peels Safe?
Yes—dermatologists have been using chemical peels to treat a variety of skin problems for more than 50 years. When done by a board-certified dermatologist, the practice is safe and reliable.
When Will I See Results from my Peel?
You will likely see results after your first peel once your skin heals from the treatment. For optimum results, a series of chemical peels is usually recommended.
How Often Should I Get a Chemical Peel?
For optimum results, we recommend a series of 3-6 peels followed by one every 3 to 4 months for maintenance. Because your skin continually ages, results will not be permanent, but protecting your skin against the sun and maintaining a healthy skincare routine may help prolong results.
Schedule a Consultation
Before having your treatment done, Dr. Fisher recommends scheduling a consultation so you can meet and determine which kind of chemical peel is right for your skin type, medical history, and overall goals.