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Chemical Peels

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Chemical Peels services offered in Dallas, TX

A chemical peel reveals a brighter and smoother complexion by taking off the surface-level damage on your skin. DeLinda Wills, MD, helps you choose the right option from multiple chemical peel types at TYHHT® Studios PLLC in Dallas, Texas, during your initial consultation. To find out which chemical peel type is right for you, call TYHHT® Studios PLLC or book an appointment online today.

Chemical Peels Q & A

What are chemical peels?

Chemical peels are skin treatments that remove the top skin layers. Your skin cells start out toward the bottom and get closer to the surface as new cells replace the old. A chemical peel accelerates the process to give you brighter and younger-looking skin. 

Chemical peels work by using powerful chemicals to strip the top layers of cells from your skin’s surface under Dr. Wills’s close supervision. She applies a neutralizing solution to take the chemicals off your skin when the peel is complete and may apply cool compresses, dressings, or products afterward. 

TYHHT® Studios PLLC offers PCA Skin® chemical peels with an array of options that have various ingredients. Dr. Wills talks to you extensively about your chemical peel options, preferences, and goals before making a recommendation. 

What results can I get from a chemical peel?

Chemical peels of any depth can result in major improvements to your skin’s texture and tone, removing age- and sun-related damage from months or even years ago. Your chemical peel at TYHHT® Studios PLLC can minimize:

  • Wrinkles and lines
  • Acne scars
  • Injury scars
  • Uneven skin tone
  • Pigmented lesions
  • Dryness

You can choose the type and depth of your peel based on the features you want to treat and how prominent they are. 

How should I care for my skin after a chemical peel?

The duration of healing time after a chemical peel depends on the depth of the chemical peel you get. After milder peels, your skin may take a week or less to heal. With deeper peels, healing can take weeks. 

In any case, you’ll need to be extra careful taking care of your skin as it heals from a chemical peel. Dr. Wills might suggest:

  • Using only gentle, non-exfoliative skin care products
  • Taking time away from strenuous exercise
  • Protecting your skin from the sun and other ultraviolet (UV) light sources
  • Using a protective ointment or jelly on your skin
  • Using ice packs to relieve irritation

It’s important to keep in mind that your skin can keep accumulating damage even after you have a chemical peel. You should continue to follow a skin care routine appropriate for your skin type, stay hydrated, and be cautious about UV damage. 

To explore the different types of chemical peels you can get, call TYHHT® Studios PLLC or book an appointment online today.