Whether you spent time this summer at the pool, the beach, or on family escapades, summertime provided plenty of opportunity for outdoor activities. However, all that fun in the sun takes a toll on your skin. As fall approaches, and our skin gets less exposure to the sun’s rays, it is a good time to think about repairing and rejuvenating areas of dry, wrinkly, sun-damaged skin.
No need to worry, though, there is a safe and simple treatment to restore damaged skin. A chemical peel, also called chemexfoliation, is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure that uses chemical solutions to improve the texture and appearance of your skin by removing the outer layer of damaged skin cells.
Chemical peels can improve the following conditions:
- Acne or acne scars
- Age and liver spots
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Irregular skin pigmentation
- Rough skin and scaly patches
- Sun-damaged skin
Most often chemical peels are used on the face, but the treatment can be very effective on the neck and hands. Find out more about chemical peels and how our aesthetician and skin care specialist, Annette Pennington, can help you rejuvenate and revitalize your skin.