CHEMICAL PEELS – THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CONCENTRATION LEVELS

Chemical peels are an excellent resource for non-invasive facial rejuvenation. They can come in a variety of types, and each type can have a varying concentration level. The concentration level of your chemical peel has a significant impact on your results.

Chemical peels with lower concentration levels are effective at treating skin problems on the surface layer of your face. This can include fine lines, light scars, and other marks. A light peel also leaves mild-to-no visible side effects and requires little-to-no downtime.

Higher concentrations provide you with a much deeper peel and cleansing. These peels can penetrate deep into the layers of the face to address any underlying issues. They are effective against more noticeable signs of aging and deeper wrinkles. These peels tend to cause more redness and puffiness afterward, as the process is a bit more intense.

Facial plastic surgeon Dr. Richard Gentile specializes in aesthetic procedures of the face and has diligently researched how to provide patients with the best results for their facial procedures. Contact us to schedule an appointment for your chemical peel.

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