Age old ideas of chemical peels were used hundreds of years ago and fortunately with the advances of technology, an array of new generation chemical peels are now made convenient to anyone who wants to improve the appearance of their skin.  Here at Chevy Chase Facial Plastic Surgery you are provided with an option of chemical peels that can be done comfortably at our cosmetic facility in the Washington, DC area. Chemical peels are good because they simply work to lessen wrinkles, fine lines, hyperpigmentation, acne and sun damage of the skin.  Old age ideas of using natural substances such as milk, berries, etc. are the foundation of the chemical peel’s safety.  Most of the current chemical peels offered today contain the natural acid substances to naturally stimulate the natural collagen production of the skin.  Different types of chemical peels are now currently available to suit different individual needs.  A skin consultation with an aesthetician can help you choose the type of chemical peel for you. Our practice offers the following chemical peel options to choose from: SkinMedica Peels – safe and effective to remove dull and damaged skin affected by aging and a harmful environment.  This type of chemical peel can give you clear and beautiful skin. PCA Peels – is a type of facial treatment that will improve your skin’s elasticity. Vivite Glycolic Peels – a powerful yet mild type of facial peel that can rejuvenate and protect your skin. Your skin is the largest organ of the human body and it is important to give it special care.  A chemical peel can get rid of those skin imperfections that generally affect only the top layers of the skin. Call us now to schedule your chemical peel treatment and consultation! The post Chemical Peel Options: What Best Suits You? appeared first on Chevy Chase Facial Plastic Surgery.

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