Turn Back the Clock on Aging Skin With a Chemical Peel

Jun 11, 2024
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Say goodbye to fine lines, wrinkles, and an uneven skin tone. Learn how a revolutionary medium-depth peel enriched with a strong antioxidant could be the answer to all your skin-related prayers.

Is your skin looking dull lately? Perhaps you’ve noticed a few new fine lines peeking through. Don’t lose sleep over it! Early signs of aging don’t need drastic interventions. Sometimes, a chemical peel with minimal downtime is all you need for your skin to look young and refreshed.

Our experts at Me.Los Angeles Aesthetics in West Hollywood, California, offer the Perfect Derma Peel™, a chemical peel designed for aging skin with key ingredients that banish fine lines and wrinkles. 

Read on to find out how chemical peels work for early signs of aging and who is a good candidate for them.

How peels reverse the signs of aging

Peels are controlled chemical burns that penetrate the surface of your skin, removing the superficial layers and revealing the fresher, younger-looking skin underneath.

Depending on how deep a chemical peel penetrates the skin and how many layers of skin a peel can remove, peels are categorized as superficial peels, medium peels, and deep peels.

Superficial peels work best for mild discoloration and rough, uneven skin tone.

Medium peels, such as the Perfect Derma Peel, penetrate the outer and middle layers of your skin, removing fine lines.

Finally, deep peels offer more dramatic results and are used for deep wrinkles and significant sun damage. However, the recovery timeline is longer, as you may experience extensive peeling of your skin.

How the Perfect Derma Peel is different

The Perfect Derma Peel is the only medium-depth peel on the market that contains glutathione. Glutathione, also known as the master antioxidant, is the strongest antioxidant produced by your body. With age, its production decreases, leaving you more susceptible to oxidative stress and aging.

Topical application of glutathione in the deep layers of your skin can combat the effects of sun damage and keep your skin looking fresh for longer.

Who is a good candidate for chemical peels

Good candidates for chemical peels have specific skin concerns, including fine lines, hyperpigmentation, rough skin texture, and an uneven skin tone. In addition, they are comfortable following an aftercare routine, which may include using sun protection for a while and avoiding harsh skin care products.

You may not be a good candidate for a chemical peel if you have any active infections, chronic skin conditions (eczema or psoriasis), or have recently undergone a course of treatment with Accutane®.

If you’re looking to eliminate early signs of aging on your skin and are unsure what to do next, contact us to schedule an appointment by calling our office or booking online. Our experts examine your skin and let you know the best treatments for your cosmetic goals.