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Is a chemical peel right for you?

No matter how much you protect and care for your skin, it’s nearly impossible to prevent damage over time. After all, your face is exposed every day — and the sun’s UV rays, particles in the air, even temperature fluctuations can contribute to blemishes and other unwanted issues. The answer for many of our clients is a chemical peel, a noninvasive procedure that can have a big impact on the way you look and feel.

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How it works
A chemical peel is kind of a supercharged exfoliation process. We apply a solution to the skin, causing the outer layer or layers to peel off and revealing a new layer — one that typically is smoother and more uniform in color.

There are several different types of peels:

  • Superficial “refresher” procedures, which treat mild blemishes and rough patches.
  • Medium peels, which can improve age spots, freckles, other discolorations, and even some precancerous skin growths.
  • Deep peels, used to penetrate the middle layer of skin and remove damaged cells for a dramatic impact. This procedure can be performed only once.

What are the benefits of a chemical peel?
Peels are used to treat a number of different skin conditions, including:

  • Scars
  • Aging skin
  • Crow’s feet
  • Sagging skin
  • Sun damage
  • Wrinkles
  • Hyperpigmentation

CONSULTATIONS AVAILABLE NOW

The first step is to schedule an in-person consultation with Dr. Lawton or one of our trusted providers at Tenley K Lawton M.D. in Neport Beach, CA. Simply fill out the form on this page and we will reach out to you promptly to schedule your appointment.

Are there any drawbacks?
Generally, chemical peels are very safe — they may sting, but the pain is mild for most patients. In rare instances, scarring may occur and skin color may change temporarily or permanently. Also, peels do require follow-up care, such as the use of lotions and creams after minor procedures; more extensive treatments require more involved care.

Who are good candidates for peels?
Chemical peels usually work best for fair-skinned, light-haired patients. Those who have skin diseases or infections, excessive broken skin, or other conditions should avoid this treatment.

If you’re looking for smoother, refreshed skin, contact board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Tenley Lawton for your consultation today. Even if a peel isn’t right for you, we have other skincare options at our Newport Beach office to help you look and feel your best.

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