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Chemical Peels

Chemical peels are one method of skin resurfacing and work by introducing controlled, safe injury to the skin in order to replace all or most of the outer layer of the skin and increase collagen formation in lower skin layers. The three chemical skin peels we offer penetrate the entire epidermis and are safe for virtually all skin types.

Chemical Peels - Skinceuticals Micropeel 30 Solution - Clinique Dallas Medspa & Laser Center

Skinceuticals Micropeel 30 Solution

This 30% glycolic acid peel best treats skin with signs of wrinkles, fine lines, photo-aging, hyperpigmentation, dullness, and general imperfections by breaking up dead skins cells and stimulating the formation of a new outer layer of the skin. This solution also increases collagen production in the lowers layers of the skin to improve skin thickness and elasticity.

This solution may cause mild skin irritation that varies among individuals and increases sensitivity of treated skin to sunlight.

We recommend treatments every 2 to 4 weeks for optimal results.

Skinceuticals Micropeel Plus 20 Solution

This 20% salicylic acid peel is recommended for acne-prone, rough, or porous skin as well as uneven skin tone. This solution causes epidermal skin cells to shed more quickly, neutralizes bacteria in clogged pores, and reduces pore diameter which can prevent future clogging.

We recommend treatments every 2 to 4 weeks for optimal results.

Chemical Peels - Skinceuticals Micropeel Plus 20 Solution - Clinique Dallas Medspa & Laser Center
Chemical Peels - Skinceuticals Advanced Corrective Peel - Clinique Dallas Medspa & Laser Center

Skinceuticals Advanced Corrective Peel

This peel is a blend of 14% salicylic acid, 14% lactic acid, and 10% phenylethyl resorcinol and is recommended for more severely discolored, uneven, or wrinkled skin. The salicylic acid works to clean and reduce the size of pores and shed epidermal skin cells. The lactic acid helps to remove dead skin cells and stimulate collagen formation. The phenylethyl resorcinol deteriorates the outermost layer of the skin which allows a new layer to form.

To learn more about Clinique Dallas Plastic Surgery and the wide variety of procedures we perform, please call our office at (972) 566-2010 or send us an email using the contact form.

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