Chemical Peel in Brownwood and Abilene, TX
Keeping Your Skin Glowing
When you’re young, the epidermis (dead tissue) is thin and your dermis (live tissue) is thick. Your skin cells rotate every 28 days (cell turnover) keeping your skin rotating and lively. As we age they reverse, your dead tissue gets thicker and more compact while your live healthy tissue get thinner.
What Causes Skin Damage?
This happens throughout our life as we encounter sun damage, smoker’s environments, pollution, etc. known as free radicals. Free radicals damage the collagens by attacking them, binding them up and essentially disabling them so that they are unable to promote cell turnover. When this occurs and your dead tissue begins to thicken and become more compact – your cosmeceuticals and skincare can’t penetrate through the epidermis to the live tissue, leading to the signs of premature aging, wrinkles, etc.
The human skin is the largest organ in the human body. As we grow older, prior neglect or damage to the skin begins to appear in a variety of ways; pigmented lesions, vascular lesions, wrinkles, uneven skin tone etc.
How can skin damage be repaired?
Many of these underlying conditions can either be corrected or deferred through the use of medical grade chemical peels, microdermabrasion, cosmeceuticals, and lasers. The science that accompanies these treatment modalities is just as important since there are many products and claims to reverse the process of the aging skin.
what are patients saying?
The staff is excellent and sees to your every comfort during any procedure. I’m seeing amazing results and especially appreciate all my questions being answered at any time before and after a treatment. – Sylinda M
Skin Damage Treatment options
The one truth about skincare is that it is never too early to start to take care of your skin. Chemical Peels in conjunction with microdermabrasion is a great starting point to achieving your desire for younger, healthier looking skin and is still considered to be the “gold standard” amongst Dermatologists. There are a variety of different chemical peels available and each type of chemical peel has varying benefits.
The chemical peel process
As part of your initial consultation we will discuss with you the various types of peels and the added benefit of microdermabrasion. In addition, we will advise you of various cosmeceutical products available to maintain or correct various skin disorders and help devise a maintenance program so you may enjoy the results of your treatments for many years to come.
How do chemical peels work?
In essence, by wounding the skin we are allowing the skin to heal itself, reduce the thickening of the epidermis, allow for more blood flow and nutrients to the skin. Promoting increased collagen production will allow for greater elasticity of the skin and correction prior skin conditions caused by UV exposure or of the aging process.
chemical peel results
The goal of facial aesthetics and the endpoint to the series of treatments of chemical peels and microdermabrasion is to promote exfoliation of the epidermis (thinning), induce wounding of the dermis, and allow for increased lymph flow which provides cleaning, toning and reduced redness. By wounding the dermis, the dermal layer will heal itself by producing more collagen that in turn will reduce or reverse dermal thinning, thus improving tone, texture, tonicity and reducing wrinkle precursors.
Schedule your consultation
Creative Image Laser Solutions offers a variety of medical grade chemical peel options for every skin type and skin condition and service the greater Brownwood, TX area.