Have you ever felt as though it would be extremely beneficial to wipe out fine lines, wrinkles, and imperfections in the skin and start all over? Do you deal with imperfections such as poor skin texture and tone that seem difficult to resolve with over-the-counter skincare products? Are you ready for serious rejuvenation of the facial skin? If this sounds like you, it would be in your best interests to connect with a dermatologist to determine if you are a good candidate for a treatment called the chemical peel. The dermatologists at the Greater Miami Skin and Laser Center work routinely with patients who want to enhance their skin to provide a wide range of skincare services and treatments.
What is a chemical peel?
To completely rejuvenate the skin, patients will find chemical peels to be a reliable option. The chemical peel is the administration of a special blend of chemical ingredients onto the skin for a short period of time to stimulate skin cell turnover. By removing the upper layer of the skin, newer, fresher skin cells can come forth. The rejuvenation technique has been used for many years to transform tired, dull, and discolored skin.
What might a chemical peel address?
Many patients might ask what chemical peels are good for. There are a wide range of skin concerns that can be improved with chemical peels, including:
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Sun damaged skin
- Acne scarring
- Enlarged pores
- Uneven skin pigmentation
Who is a candidate for chemical peels?
It is essential that patients first schedule a consultation visit with the team at the Greater Miami Skin and Laser Center to determine if they are a good fit for chemical peels. Patients can choose from mild, moderate, to aggressive peels, depending on the results they would like to achieve and the downtime they can arrange from work, school, and social activities.
Call Greater Miami Skin and Laser Center today
Drs. Martin Zaiac and Nardo Zaias of Hallandale Beach and Miami Beach, FL are here to assist patients with improving the appearance and health of their skin with treatment recommendations such as chemical peels. They invite new patients to call the office at (305) 532-4478 to request a consultation visit and find out if they are viable candidates for these services. The practice is open to new and current patients.