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During a chemical peel, a caustic solution is used to gradually remove top layers of skin. As the healing process progresses, new healthier-looking skin emerges. The peel may be applied to your entire face or just to certain regions, such as the crow’s feet area, around the eyes, or the vertical wrinkles around the mouth.
Chemical peels are conducted in our office with no anesthesia or sedation. You will only feel a tingling or mild stinging sensation when the solution is applied to your face. After the procedure, you will generally be able to wear make-up and you will be able to drive.
Is a Chemical Peel Right for Me?
Sometimes we want better skin, but we don’t want to have to go through with complicated injections or surgeries to get there. Fortunately, there’s another way to get the glowing, youthful skin you deserve, and it’s much simpler than botox or surgery. Chemical peels are a quick and easy way to get younger looking, healthier skin - and Dr. Kirk A. Churukian can help.
But before you decide on getting a chemical peel, you should learn as much as possible about what the process entails. Just like getting botox or surgery, a chemical peel yields real results, and requires a bit of research before you dive right in. Read on to learn more about chemical peels, and decide whether it’s right for you.
What Does a Chemical Peel Entail?
A chemical peel is like a facial, but turned up to 11. Your specialist will apply a chemical solution that is designed to peel away damaged and aged skin. The solution stays on for a short period of time before it’s peeled off, revealing the healthy and smooth skin that lies just beneath that layer of damage and age.
Chemical peels are great for people who want younger and healthier-looking skin, without the inconvenience of surgery or injections. As an added bonus, chemical peels can be repeated several times throughout the year. They don’t even require a lengthy recovery period. When you receive a chemical peel, you can actually carry on with the rest of your day with minimal interruption.
What Kind of Results Should I Expect?
When you see a specialist for a chemical peel, the results are practically immediate. You’ll see smoother, younger-looking skin as soon as the procedure is finished, and you won’t have to deal with any inconvenient or painful recovery periods. Chemical peels pull away damaged and aged skin to expose the soft, smooth, new skin underneath - and they can even smooth out minor scars, mild acne, and sun damage.
Chemical peels are non-invasive, and an in-and-out process. If you’re looking for a quick path to rejuvenated and healthier skin, you should look into chemical peels and get in touch with Dr. Kirk A. Churukian.
Contact Dr. Kirk A. Churukian Today
Plastic surgery costs money and time. It requires a lengthy planning period, and in many cases you’ll have to deal with an equally lengthy recovery period. While it’s an invasive process, the results are definite and noticeable. On the other hand, not everyone has the time to deal with plastic surgery - or the money.
As an alternative to plastic surgery, you can look into botox injections. But if you aren’t a fan of needles, it may not be the solution for you. Both plastic surgery and injections require advance planning and may require some aftercare, but Dr. Kirk A. Churukian can provide a fast and easy chemical peel if you’d rather skip out on surgery or injections.
A chemical peel is a perfect solution for those who want healthier, younger looking skin without an invasive surgery or painful injections. Contact Dr. Kirk A. Churukian today, and learn whether a chemical peel will be right for you.