Who does not desire a flawless complexion? If you do, the Goldman Vein Institute in Wellington has the answer. They will help you reduce and even eliminate hyperpigmentation spots, aging skin, acne and -scars. How can this be achieved? The experts at the Goldman Vein institute recommend a medical peel.
A medical peel, also known as a chemical peel, is a procedure that removes the upper damaged outer layers of the skin at an accelerated speed, thus making room for the new, smoother skin. A chemical solution is applied to the skin, which makes it “blister” and eventually peel off. The result is an enhanced and smoother skin texture.
Chemical peeling is a widely used procedure in the management of acne and acne scarring:
This procedure blends Alpha and Beta-Hydroxy acids with resorcinol. In the hands of our skin experts, this is a safe and effective peel with minimal discomfort. It eliminates or reduces the appearance of acne blemishes and scars, even improving the skin’s pigmentation and making the skin smoother.
There are three types of chemical peels; each one using a different chemical solution:
The Goldman Vein Institute in Wellington also offers the following chemical peels:
It combines an organic infusion of blends with active ingredients to rebalance dull, tired skin.
This rejuvenating chemical peel diminishes the signs of sun damage and aging, providing visible results with a single treatment.
This peel addresses discolored skin, fine lines, and wrinkles, and is highly effective for acne-prone skin.
Chemical peels reveal brighter, younger-looking skin by gently removing the outer layer of dead skin. It stimulates new cell and healthy skin production. In short, medical peels provide our patients with fresh, clean, and youthful skin. The benefits are numerous:
Chemical peels and microdermabrasion are both procedures in which the skin is exfoliated to improve the appearance of skin imperfections.
A chemical peel is generally safe and promotes collagen production which causes your skin to appear fuller, and younger. While there are disadvantages, the advantages far outweigh them – particularly for those suffering from severe skin problems, such as acne or acne scarring. Most people that have had chemical peels report they would have it again because of the overall improvement of their skin’s surface and the younger fresher look the entire procedure brought about. The discomforts often associated with a chemical peel are temporary and subside rather quickly.
There are 3 areas in which peels may cause long term damage:
A deep chemical peel could resurface the treated skin enough to eliminate the appearance of acne scars. However, with some patients, more than one treatment may be necessary. Discuss the matter with the experts at the Goldman Vein Institute in Wellington.
A chemical peel will smooth and enhance the texture of the skin. It is an effective treatment for facial blemishes, wrinkles, uneven skin pigmentation, and acne.
When administered by qualified experts, they are not bad for your skin. In fact, they improve the appearance of your skin by helping to repair the visible damage on the surface of the skin.
However, there are inherent risks, such as using a peel too often or not letting your skin heal properly. It should also be obvious that you should only consult with those expert in performing medial peels. After all, it is your appearance that is at stake.
A chemical peel removes the “dead” upper layer of the skin and promotes collagen production which causes your skin to appear fuller and younger. Your skin comes back healthier and stronger, improving the appearance of fine lines and crow’s feet around the mouth and eyes.
You should discuss the frequency of your chemical peels with your esthetician. Generally speaking, mild chemical peels can be done every 6 to 8 weeks to exfoliate the skin and improve skin texture.
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