Chemical Peel Choices - Hughes Center Blog
According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, “Chemical peels are one of the least invasive ways to improve the appearance of your skin.” The Hughes Center Cosmetic Surgery Center and Medical Spa in Philadelphia and New Jersey offers several chemical peels that stimulate collagen production and improve ongoing skin care maintenance of the face, neck, chest, hands, arms and/or legs.
Each peel has a purpose, depending on each patient’s needs. Here’s a rundown of what may be provided by the cosmetic surgeons at The Hughes Center:
- Obagi Blue Peel is for pigment and collagen and requires the longest period of downtime of seven days. This peel best treats sun damaged skin, fine lines and melasma.
- Mini Skin Bright Peel brightens the skin and treats hyperpigmentation. This peel treats sun damaged skin, fine lines and may be done in a series of three to six, depending on the extent of damage.
- Skin Bright Peel attends to uneven skin tone and texture. This peel treats hyperpigmentation, sun damage, melasma, stubborn pigmentation and fine lines.
- Lip and Eye Peel is TCA and Lactic acids specifically used for these two fragile areas of the face. A series of three or four peels is recommended.
- Dermaplaning removes dead skin cells and vellus facial hair. The treatment is a rejuvenating and smoothing affect.
- Ruby Facial is medical grade combining ruby crystal microdermabrasion with a botanical acid skin resurfacing peel using Azelaic and Kojic acids.
- Diamond Tome Peel Microdermabrasion exfoliates and sloughs dead skin cells from the epidermis, bringing out healthy vibrant skin.
The Hughes Center Cosmetic Surgery Center and Medical Spa is committed to providing information and assistance on Chemical Peels in Cherry Hill, New Jersey and the Greater Philadelphia area. The Hughes Center at Joseph Anthony Retreat Spa and Salon can be found at 243 W. Baltimore Pike in Glen Mills, PA. Learn more by calling us at (888) 929-4676 or sending us a message to request a consultation with Dr. Susan Hughes today.