Turn Over a New Leaf with Your Skin This Fall: Which Chemical Peel Is Right For You?
Chemical peels strip away old, dead skin to reveal younger, smoother skin under the surface. Chemical peels can range from superficial to mild to deep – depending on what layer of the skin it penetrates. Chemical peels flaky skin, and dull complexions. Dry, uneven skin will shed to reveal a smooth, fresh, radiant layer of skin. Peels can also balance out skin tone and texture while brightening your complexion. There are many types of chemical peels – which one is right for you?
Our PCA 6% Retinol Peel is our most popular peel because it treats hyperpigmentation – the discoloration of facial skin such as dark spots, freckles, or age spots. It’s also our aesthetician’s personal favorite to administer on herself! You peel more with this peel than with others, so if you want to shed dead layers of skin like a snake while brightening your skin and lightening your hyperpigmentation, you will love this peel.
Many patients have a certain peel in mind because they have read about it online or their friend had it and loved it, but everyone’s skin is completely different and a certain peel that works for one person may not be suitable for your skin. Our aesthetician will help you decide which peel is best for you.
Chemical peels can treat:
- Aging skin
- Sun damaged skin
As an added bonus, we include the neck in chemical peels!
Here at Panacea, every peel is customized for the individual patient. We use a combination of many types of peels, with over 3,000 possible combinations, and have never given the same peel twice. Your skin is unique to you, therefore your peel should be too!
We are approaching peel season! The Fall and Winter are the ideal seasons to receive a peel.
To learn more about chemical peels and which peel is right for you, or to schedule your consultation with Dr. Abboushi & Dr. Singh, please fill out the form on this page or call Panacea Plastic Surgery at 770-929-0634. We look forward to working with you! Panacea Plastic Surgery serves patients in the Atlanta & Conyers, GA areas.