Smooth Out Rough Patches of Skin with A Chemical Peel

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Do you miss having baby-soft skin and a youthful appearance? Rough patches on the skin occur for a variety of reasons, such as sun damage and aging. However, a chemical peel can effectively smooth out imperfections and other abnormalities to give you the skin you have been dreaming about.

At Clear Lake Dermatology in League City and Webster, TX, our board-certified dermatologists provide chemical peel choices, such as the SkinCeuticals Micropeel and Melange Peel. Each individualized facial treatment is carried out using a specialized chemical solution, such as those containing lactic acids, trichloroacetic, salicylic, and glycolic. The chemical peel can effectively smooth your skin and give it a healthier appearance.

All about chemical peels

All chemical peels are carried out at our League City or Webster, TX office. The chemical peel can provide the following skin benefits:

  • Smooth uneven patches

  • Soften rough spots

  • Remove dead skin patches

  • Repair damaged skin

  • Treat hyperpigmentation issues

  • Ease the appearance of scars, such as acne scars

  • Minimize wrinkles or fine lines

A chemical peel lifts away the top layer of skin. As the skin heals, it undergoes a rejuvenation process that starts to repair imperfections. Patients gain a smoother and virtually unblemished skin surface.

At Clear Lake Dermatology, our board-certified dermatologists will perform a noninvasive chemical peel on the neckline, neck, and face.

Types of chemical peels

When it comes to chemical peels, you have options. Our team will help you determine the best peel to help meet your skin’s needs. When picking the level of chemical peel, you should consider your overall physical health, the results you seek, recovery time, and skin type.

Below are a few types of chemical peels you can choose:

  • Light peel: A light chemical peel is quick and easy. It will effectively lift away the outer layer of skin (known as the epidermis) to rapidly brighten your complexion and provide a smoother appearance. You should undergo a light peel at least once a month to maintain your skin’s glowing appearance.

  • Medium peel: A medium peel will penetrate deep into the skin. Ideally, you should schedule such a peel right before the weekend so your skin has time to recover. A medium peel helps smooth deep wrinkles and treat dark areas of pigmentation.

  • Deep peel: The most intense peel is the deep peel, which is aggressive and will usually leave your face swollen, peeling, and itchy. It can take several weeks to recover from such an in-depth chemical peel treatment. This form of peel is best if you have prominent acne scarring, extensive sun damage, or dark age spots.

You can combine a chemical peel with other skin treatments. Discuss your skin issues with our board-certified dermatologists so they can work closely with you to develop a tailored treatment plan to help give you the results you seek. Patients often opt to undergo a chemical peel combined with an injectable treatment, such as BOTOX® or JUVÉDERM®.

Schedule a consultation for a chemical peel today

If you are interested in learning more about a chemical peel, contact our board-certified dermatologists at Clear Lake Dermatology to schedule a consultation at our League City or Webster, TX office. Isn’t it time you enjoyed smoother, clearer skin? A chemical peel might provide you with the results you seek.

* All information subject to change. Images may contain models. Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary.