Mild chemical peels can be done once a month to exfoliate the skin and improve skin texture. If you have acne prone skin or hyper pigmentation you should commit to a package of 5-10 peels in order to get the acne in control or to improve the discoloration. Depending on the skin condition, chemical peels can be combined with microdermabrasion or IPL for even better results.
How Often Chemical Peel to Maintain the Results?
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How often to do a chemical peel.
Chemical Peel Frequency of Treatments
Chemical peel protocols usually call for a minimum of 6 peels spaced out 2 – 3 weeks apart. This depends on which chemical peel you choose and what percentage of acids (such as glycolic and salicylic). To maintain your results from the peel of our choice, you can continue to do them as frequently as one peel per month, or a little as one every change in season (4x/year) this obviously depends on severity of skin condition for which you are being treated and potential sun exposure (since chemical peels usually cause skin to become hypersensitive) please consult your physician before making any decisions.
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Depends on Depth of Chemical Peel...
The frequency of chemical peel treatment depends on the depth of the chemical peel and the sensitivity of your skin. However, most patients receive peels bi-monthly for lasting results.
How often to get chemical peels
Chemical Peels and Frequency
The maintenance for chemical peels can be once every three months or longer depending on what aspects you are treating. It differs based on whether you are treating sun damage, fine lines, sun spots, textures, or pores. Please consult a board certified dermatologist with expertise with chemical peels for the best cosmetic results.
Chemical Peel Maintenance
Most of my patients get the original in office peels which require to have it done every 4-6 weeks for best results.
Chemical peels safely remove or exfoliate the top layer of dead skin, allowing new, more youthful, healthy skin to show through. While the skin typically sheds old, dull dead skin cells every 28 days, this process slows down with prolonged sun exposure and aging.
Chemical peels cause this natural cell turnover process to speed up, helping to stimulate the growth of new collagen—the skin-firming protein that acts like a scaffold for the skin. The speed or depth of cell turnover is determined by the concentration of the peel and the amount of time it’s left on skin.
Chemical peels can be done at different depths—light, medium, or deep—depending on your desired results. Deeper chemical peels produce more-dramatic results, but also involve longer recovery times.
The breakthrough is that now we have non-invasive gentle peels that result in little to no downtime, but still give patients extraordinary results. These low-downtime peels work best in a series of three, scheduled over a few weeks. While chemical peels are most commonly used on the face, they can also be done on the neck, backs of hands, décolletage, and the body.
Chemical peels for the face
Depends on peel and concern
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