Chemical Peels in Providence, UT
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What are Chemical Peels?
A chemical peel treatment is a nonsurgical procedure to make your complexion bright and is appropriate for the face, neck, and décollatage. To provide the highest quality results from chemical peel aesthetic treatments, Providence Dermatology provides you with multiple choices. Your individualized facial treatment with chemical solutions (such as glycolic, salicylic, lactic, and trichloroacetic acids) will give you more radiant skin. At our Providence, UT office, Dr. Travis James offers chemical peel treatments that help to resolve skin irregularities, such as wrinkles, scars, fine lines, uneven patches, hyperpigmentation problems, and more. One type of chemical peel offered at Providence Dermatology is the SkinCeuticals chemical peel. This peel covers a wide range of skin types and concerns. Chemical peels remove dead or damaged skin cells by using a specific solution on your skin that causes the visible layer to peel off. As your skin heals and starts to repair and rejuvenate itself, you should see a clearer, smoother complexion.
How Do Chemical Peels Work?
At your appointment at Providence Dermatology, we will have you lying in a comfortable position to administer your peel. A team member will make sure your skin is cleaned prior to applying the personalized solution to the face and/or neck. We will massage the solution onto the skin and allow it to set for an appropriate length of time, which will be discussed in your chemical peel consultation. Next, we will wash the peel off your face and put on a neutralizing agent. Patients should bring a light sunscreen and/or a hat to wear outside after the treatment to avoid sun exposure.
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Dr. James, and Mandy are absolutely fantastic. They jumped through a ton of hoops to help me get dupixent. which is a long process especially with my insurance company being difficult. I highly recommend this clinic to anyone with any dermatology issues. They really care about helping their patients.
Dr. James and his staff are caribg, responsive, and honest. I really appreciate Dr James presenting me with options to reduce a scar without being pushy.
Dr. James is awesome, he was able to get taken care of extremely quickly. I’ve been in for laser removal and stitches. The office is very comfortable and the staff is kind and helpful. Definitely recommend!
The whole experience was great. Scheduling, arriving, being seen, all of it. Felt cared for by Dr. James. Even though it was a quick visit, he took his time to take care of me. Will be back if I need something done. Definitely recommend!
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Brighter, Smoother Skin
If you are new to facial rejuvenation treatments, Providence Dermatology can help you determine the perfect pampering for your needs. Your freshly rejuvenated skin will respond by looking bright and caressingly silky. Call our office in Providence, UT to schedule your skin consultation today for a chemical peel treatment.
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Chemical Peels FAQs
What level should I choose for my chemical peel?
The best chemical peel for you depends on your skin concerns and cosmetic goals. During your consultation with Dr. James, he can help you choose which type of peel is best for your skin. A few factors you may consider are your overall health, your skin type, the depth of your skin concerns, how long you can spend in recovery, and what you want the peel to accomplish. It may be better for first-time patients to start with a lighter peel and see what you think of the results. From there, you and Dr. James can adjust your plan to discover the best chemical peel level for your needs.
Should I get a chemical peel or dermabrasion treatment?
Chemical peels and dermabrasion are facial treatments that address surface imperfections to make your skin smoother. The main difference is that dermabrasion requires surgical tools (a rotating brush or shaving instrument) to remove the surface skin layer with a careful exfoliating process. A chemical peel uses a caustic solution that is applied to your skin to dissolve dead skin cells. During your consultation, Dr. James will explain the pros and cons of each and help you choose if a chemical peel or dermabrasion is best for your needs and goals.
Will my face hurt after a chemical peel?
Depending on the peel used, you may feel mild discomfort when it is on your skin. If you have a light peel, you will feel some discomfort, but it goes away quickly with the use of a handheld fan. Deep or medium peels are good for deeper blemishes and longer-lasting results, but they typically are more uncomfortable. Numbing cream, skin medications, and soothing ointments can be used to minimize your discomfort during your chemical peel. Dr. James or a team member will discuss skin care after your chemical peel to help your skin heal.