What You Can Expect From a Chemical Peel

Chemical peels are one of the most popular methods to help restore a healthy look to the skin on your face, with results lasting, helping you feel more confident in the skin you're in. 

 

Whether it's per the recommendation of a dermatologist to help fight acne, you want to fight to age, or just need a quick pick-me-up, PMN Health and Wellness has professional services for chemical peels to help you with your skin concerns. 

 

Here's what you can expect when getting a facial peel.

 

There are three types of chemical peels - light, medium, and deep. Light peels can be done without any anesthesia or pain relievers. There may be a mild stinging sensation, but it should not cause any irritation or discomfort. 

 

However, a medium and deep peel will be slightly more intense. Medium peels may require the use of numbing cream prior to the peel, and in some cases, a deep peel may need a local anesthetic. That's because deep peels have dramatic results that, in some cases, have lasted up to ten years. 

 

Following your chemical peel, the skin may feel tight and irritated. After three days, the skin will begin to peel and will likely last for ten days. Keep in mind that caring for your skin during the recovery stage is important - it will help results experience longevity!

 

Make sure you follow instructions about skin care following the peel. Since everyone has a different skincare routine, it's best to address your specific concerns ahead of time. 

 

PMN Health and Wellness also offers services such as platelet rich plasma therapy in Miami. To schedule an appointment, please call us at 786.701.5750.

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