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Chemical Peels in Fort Lauderdale Can Help With Summertime Skin Issues

No matter how careful you are, or how much sunscreen you wear, your skin will eventually show the fine wrinkles and sun damage that come with age. For people in South Florida who want to refresh their appearance but aren’t ready for surgery, there are a variety of chemical peels in Fort Lauderdale available for improving skin tone, texture, and pigmentation. Chemical peels are an effective, minimally-invasive way to restore your skin’s youthful glow.

The Physicians at Z-ROC Dermatology Can Determine Which Chemical Peels in Fort Lauderdale Would Best Suit Your Needs

Chemical peels improve the appearance of facial skin by removing the damaged outer layers of skin and stimulating the production of newer cells. Chemical peels can reduce the appearance of:

A chemical peel is a non-surgical outpatient procedure in which a doctor applies an acid solution to the skin. The damaged outer layers of the skin are moved to stimulate cell growth and fresh new skin. Our experienced doctors perform most chemical peels on the face, but other body parts like the neck, check, hands, arms, and legs can be treated as well.

Recovery after a chemical peel varies depending on the depth of the peel. For superficial or minor peels, there is no recovery time. Any redness will disappear within a few hours. For medium-depth peels, redness resolves within a few days followed by a few days of skin flaking. Using a variety of peels including Jessners, TCA and VI peels, your physician at Z-ROC Dermatology will tailor a treatment regimen specifically to your needs.

Interested in learning more about chemical peels in Fort Lauderdale? Call our office at 954-564-0040 to schedule your appointment. We look forward to helping you look your best.

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