Chemical peels are used for the treatment of rough, discolored, sun-damaged skin. They also aid in the treatment of acne and improve fine lines by promoting the growth of new collagen and improving the texture and tone of your skin. The results will leave you with soft and smooth, evenly-toned, glowing skin. A series of peels is recommended in order to achieve the best results. Ask Dr. Rasmussen which chemical peel is right for you.
What's involved in a Chemical Peel?
- Safe & effective
- Minimal downtime
- Rejuvenates sun damaged skin
- Diminishes fine lines
- Decreases acne
- Evens out discoloration (ideal for melasma)
Many peeling agents are used in our office to include Glycolic acid, Jessner's solution, Modified Jessner's solution and TCA solutions.
Superficial peeling agents like glycolic acid and the Jessner's solutions are designed to dissolve the top layer of the stratum corneum which will help provide a smoother, softer appearance of the skin. They also act deeper in the skin layers to improve fine lines and even out discoloration in the skin. They are highly effective in the treatment of melasma.
Common questions & answers about Chemical Peels
What are Chemical Peels?
Chemical Peels are non-invasive, painless treatments that will increase the production of collagen, improve skin discoloration, improve acne and result in new smoother, tighter, more hydrated skin, leaving you with a clearer, more youthful complexion.
Where can Chemical Peels be used?
The most common areas for peels are the face, neck décolletage; however, it can be used anywhere on the body.
How long does chemical peel treatment take?
A treatment normally takes between 15-20 minutes, although time varies depending
Schedule your consultation at 512-292-5182.
A $25 non-refundable deposit is required at scheduling and credited toward any booked procedure. The deposit will not be refunded if you miss your appointment or choose not to book a procedure.