Don’t let the word “Peel” Frighten you away…

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What is a "peel"? The word "peel" may seem a bit intimidating or scary to those people who have yet to experience the treatment and witness the amazing benefits. Don't let the name scare you away... once you try a facial peel you may be hooked for life. Sun exposure, acne or just getting older can leave your skin tone uneven, wrinkled, spotted or even scarred. If you desire smoother and younger looking skin, consider a chemical peel, which smooths the texture of your skin by removing the damaged outer layers.


A chemical peel, is one of the least invasive ways to improve the appearance of your skin. Although chemical peels are used most commonly on the face, they can also be used to improve the skin on your neck and hands. Clients seek chemical peels to improve acne scars, aging spots, wrinkles, irregular pigmentation, rough patches of skin, scarring or even sun damage. Following a facial peel, most people leave with beautiful glowing skin, however occasionally there may be a slight redness that will quickly dissipate.


Now that you know what a facial peel can do for your skin, it's important to understand what they cannot do. They do not treat deep facial lines, in that case you may want to consider facial injectables that boost collagen production or CoolTouch CT3 Plus treatments that boost collagen production. Peels do not assist with broken capillaries, if you experience an issue with that you would consider Telangitron. For deep scarring or burns you could consider scar revision, CO2 Deep Fractional Laser treatments or dermabrasion - all of which you would be handled by Dr Schenden and not in the Spa.


Chemical peels do wonders for the skin and recapturing the even beautiful skin. So next time you want to try something new - book an appointment with an aesthetician for a skin evaluation and they can talk to you about the many possibilities you may not have explored and all of the chemical peels we offer at the spa (Salicylic, Jessner, Glycolic, Mybody, Lactic, Microdermabrasion, Probiotic, Dermaplaning).

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Troy Plastic Surgeon