Choose a Chemical Peel for Fresh Skin this Fall

Choose a Chemical Peel for Fresh Skin this Fall

The lower-than-usual temperatures we've been enjoying the last few weeks in North Texas have us ready for fall. Starbucks announcing that its Pumpkin Spice Latte is debuting for the season on August 28 helps, too. After a long, hot summer we are ready for cooler temperatures and chemical peels. Chemical peels? Yes, chemical peels! Find out why fall is the best time to refresh your face with a chemical peel from Innovations Medical.

Chemical Peels for a Fresh Face
Chemical peels are a form of skin exfoliation, which makes them an excellent way to refresh your face and erase the signs of aging. They work by using an acid solution, such as salicylic acid or glycolic acid, to create a controlled burn on the face. After the burn blisters and peels away, new, fresh skin is revealed.

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Fall Into Flawless Skin

Fall Into Flawless Skin

Temperatures are dropping in North Texas, which means fall is slowly making its way across the state. All of Dallas-Fort Worth is getting ready for pumpkin spice everything, Cowboys football and the State Fair. Fall is also a perfect time for a chemical peel or other skin treatment from Innovations Medical Center.

Fall is an excellent time for skin rejuvenation for a few reasons. First and foremost, you probably caught a few rays this summer and may have forgotten sunscreen once or twice. As a result, you may have signs of sun damage, like sunspots and freckles. A skin rejuvenation procedure like Fraxel Laser can reverse these signs, leaving your skin tone even this season.

Timing your treatments in the fall also makes sense because the sun's rays are not as strong during the latter part of the year. You also have a longer period to recover before the UV levels get to full strength again in the spring. This longer recovery time is beneficial for you because skin-rejuvenating treatments like chemical peels and many lasers slough off the outermost layers of the skin, leaving new skin that is tender and photosensitive.

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