Chemical Peel for Sensitive Skin
Our sensitive peels are customized to give irritation prone skin a gentle boost. Utilizing anti-inflammatory ingredients, the sensitive peel works to improve skin clarity and smoothness. This treatment can also stimulate collagen production to improve the skin’s density and firmness.
A Qualified and Experienced Team
Chemical peels are a popular treatment for a myriad of skin issues. The procedures are safer than ever before and the risks involved are negligible if you choose a medical spa with highly-trained and experienced staff.
Personique On The Spot is an extension of our plastic surgery center located on 34th street, where our team has been successfully performing advanced cosmetic treatments for decades, including chemical peel treatments. Backed by Personique’s clinical expertise and years of accumulated training and knowledge, patients continue to return to us because they know our procedures are safe and effective
Why Get a Chemical Peel?
Individuals choose to get chemical peels for a variety of different reasons. For some, the issue is sun damage and uneven pigmentation, while for others it may be wrinkles, acne, rosacea or some other skin condition that is bothering them. Chemical peels are great for exfoliating the outer layers of dead or damaged skin to reveal a fresh, new layer of skin below.
However, as with any cosmetic treatment, a chemical peel is not a one-size-fits-all procedure. Your skin type and the specific skin conditions you wish to treat will have to be taken into consideration when formulating a treatment plan.
Customizing a Chemical Peel for Sensitive Skin
If you have sensitive skin, it is generally best to go with a lighter chemical peel for a gentler exfoliation. The great thing about chemical peels is that their ingredients can be easily personalized to better suit your skin type. For instance, a chemical peel for sensitive skin may include elements like soothing emollients, mild botanicals and other key ingredients that create a gentler approach to chemical peeling.
Chemical peels for sensitive skin typically use milder strength peeling agents to decrease the risk of skin irritation. Superficial peels are the mildest type of chemical peel and can be used on most all skin types. A superficial peel acts only on the surface of the skin and generally does not take long to perform. Light chemical peels are also sometimes referred to as AHA peels. AHA is short for alpha hydroxy acids. Chemical peels such as the lactic and glycolic acid peels fall into this category. Most light chemical peels for sensitive skin include these AHAs in varying concentrations, depending on the patient and their skin sensitivity.
Schedule a Skin Assessment in Austin
Having sensitive skin does not preclude patients from getting chemical peels. Chemical peels can be a very effective treatment for individuals with a range of skin types and conditions. If you would like to learn more about chemical peels for sensitive skin performed in Austin, simply fill out the appointment request form at the top of this page, or call our office at (512) 599-8672.