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Does your skin look dull, tired, and damaged? The effortless vitality of young skin becomes harder to achieve as you age and your skin’s natural healing processes become less efficient.

A chemical peel is a type of skin resurfacing treatment designed to restore your youthful complexion. Whether you want to minimize blemishes, treat sun damage, or address discoloration, Elite Aesthetics offers a chemical peel perfectly aligned with your needs.

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Skin Resurfacing With Chemical Peels

Skin resurfacing removes the most damaged outer layers of skin in order to reveal younger, clearer skin underneath. This process also triggers cell turnover to encourage the growth of healthy skin cells.

A chemical peel achieves skin resurfacing with an application of a safe yet powerful chemical solution over the skin. The application stimulates the skin to peel away, revealing smoother and less blemished skin below.

No two chemical peels are alike. They range on a spectrum between superficial, medium, and deep. Together, we can help you select a chemical peel that meets your unique aesthetic needs and helps you reclaim the skin you love.

What Conditions Can Chemical Peels Improve?

A chemical peel from Elite Aesthetics can help you improve many different skin problems and imperfections:

  • Acne scars
  • Age spots
  • Fine lines & wrinkles
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Melasma
  • Sun damage

Even if you aren’t coping with one specific issue, a chemical peel can revitalize your complexion and help you protect your youthful skin.

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What to Expect After Your Chemical Peel

The recovery process after your chemical peel depends on the depth of the peel you choose. Superficial lunchtime peels are mild enough to gently exfoliate the skin but don’t require any type of downtime.

Deep peels, on the other hand, deeply penetrate the surface and middle layer of the skin to stimulate a true peeling of the skin. A few weeks of recovery are needed to help your skin heal fully.

The team at Elite Aesthetics specializes in chemical peels to help you overcome signs of skin damage and restore your youthful vibrancy. Call today to schedule your appointment.

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