Medical grade chemical peels or dermabrasion can remove layers of dead or aging skin, giving you a more youthful look. (Who would ever want that?)
Chemical peels are not all the same. The old saying, ‘There’s more than one way to skin a cat’ certainly applies in this case (pun intended). Day spas and beauty parlors are allowed to use very light superficial peels and may not give you the result you want. Medical spas can use deeper peels.
If you only look at the price of a peel, you may not get what you really need necessarily. Questions to ask about peels include: they type of peel planned, how deep will the peel go, how long is the recovery time, and the approximate result expected. Realize most medical grade peels accomplish the best results in a series of 3-5.
There are deep, resurfacing peels available that can require 1-3 weeks to recover. Usually, sun exposure is to be avoided during the healing process and adjustments in one’s schedule might be required. Ask ahead and you’ll plan better resulting in an improved result.
(IPL)-is intermittent pulsed light. This is a machine which introduces an intense light into the superficial layers of the skin and helps stimulate collagen production. It also can help lighten or remove brownish spots-skin becomes less wrinkled and results in a more youthful look.
Brought to you from Creative Image Laser Solutions-a Med Spa.
- Hasta La Proxima
-G. Butka, M.D.