Control Acne with a Superficial Chemical Peel, Part 2

Experience the Acne Treatment that will Change your Life

When you go in for a chemical peel procedure, your clinician will discuss your specific needs. For example, you may want to discuss what you are doing for your acne, as well as any allergies you might have to certain skin care products.

After going over the details, the procedure itself takes roughly 10 to 20 minutes. The clinician will clean the skin first, apply and set the exfoliating agent, and then wash away the peel with water and a neutralizer. After drying the skin, you are free to go about your day.

Many clients who undergo a superficial chemical peel report a slight tingling or warming sensation in the affected area. This feeling is natural. Nonetheless, your clinician will advise you to wear sunscreen and maintain good skin care habits after your visit.

Chemical peels may supplement facial treatments, and you may also choose to schedule them on a routine basis to keep your skin appearing healthy, soft, and youthful. Request an appointment with your dermatology clinic and feel how easy it is to keep clear skin.

Colorado Skin Care offers chemical peels as part of our acne treatments. If you are interested in this procedure, schedule an appointment with our Englewood dermatology clinic today by calling (303) 740-4883.

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