Chemical Peels

Superficial chemical peeling is achieved to improve the texture of skin using trichloracetic acid (TCA). The process removes the top layers of dead skin cells and stimulates growth of a new layer of healthy skin cells. It is used to treat a variety of conditions like fine lines and wrinkles, superficial scarring, pigmentary changes, sun damage, and acne scarring. Several treatments may be required to achieve optimal results.

What is a Chemical Peel and How Does It Work?

Chemical peels are a popular way to improve the texture and appearance of your skin. Chemical peels work by removing an outer layer of skin cells, revealing younger and smoother skin cells underneath.

This article explains what chemical peels are and how they work!

What are chemical peels?

We all want beauty on the outside, and this includes your skin. Chemical peels can be used to achieve great things for those who have wrinkles or uneven tone in their face from sun damage as well as other causes—chemical solutions will slough away at old cells so new ones take over with smoother texture!

This treatment also improves appearance by making lighter scars less noticeable too.

How is a chemical peel done?

A chemical peel can be done either in a doctor’s office or salon, and the process is generally painless. The person giving you a chemical peel will apply chemicals to your face so that the top layer of skin sloughs away—the exact solution used depends on what results you want! If it’s for acne scars, use an alpha-hydroxy acid since this penetrates deep into pores to dissolve oil buildups.

For uneven tone from sun damage, get a TCA Peel —TCA stands for trichloroacetic acid which works by removing dead tissue while very carefully preserving healthy cells. Never do these at home; always seek professional help with chemical peels because they are serious!

How do you prepare for a chemical peel?

First, you must schedule an appointment. It’s a good idea to wear sunscreen every day of the week since chemical peels can make your skin more sensitive to sun damage and visible signs of aging will appear faster.

Afterward, avoid picking or squeezing acne as that might leave scars—instead try using a gentle benzoyl peroxide wash that helps dry out pimples by removing excess oil from pores which reduces swelling over time! Also stay away from tanning beds because this makes dark spots worse too…use only natural light during treatment if possible!

What are the results?

Chemical peels are often used in conjunction with other treatments to get the best possible results, but it is possible that you will see some improvement after just one treatment.

Your skin may feel tight or look red for a few days afterward. If you have any questions about how long your recovery might be, ask! It’s always better to come prepared—if you don’t know what kind of chemical peel was performed on you make sure to find out before deciding on next steps.

Overall, keeping up with sunscreen use and avoiding tanning beds during this time will help ensure that your new skin stays healthy!

Where to find Chemical Peels in Long Beach, CA?

Chemical Peels are available at TIER Wellness, 6695 Pacific Coast Hwy Suite 250, Long Beach, CA 90803. Monday through Saturday.
To Learn More or to Schedule an Appointment, Call Us Today at our Long Beach office ( 562) – 430-8501.

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