Chemical Peels in Houston, TX

An exfoliating technique that uses a topical solution to promote healthy skin and remove discolorations, many of our clients choose a chemical peel for acne scars or other difficult-to-treat skin conditions.

These treatments promote skin rejuvenation, exposing newer, healthier skin which has a smoother texture and more youthful appearance.

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What Types of Chemical Peels Are Available?

Depending on the needs being addressed, there are varying levels of treatment offered.

  • A superficial or mild alpha hydroxy acid peel (AHA) which removes mild discoloration and rough skin on the face, neck, hands, or chest.
  • A medium-strength glycolic acid or trichloroacetic acid peel (TCA) which penetrates deeper to lighten age spots and moderate discoloration, and improves fine lines and wrinkles.
  • A deep treatment using a trichloroacetic acid or phenol peel which removes damaged skin cells, helps heal shallow scars, and can even treat some precancerous skin growths.
  • Other alternative treatments include a croton oil peel, salicylic acid, or a beta hydroxy acid peel (BHA).

The Benefits of a Chemical Peel

Some of the benefits of a skin rejuvenation treatment in our Houston location go beyond what you might expect. Here are a few reasons to choose this procedure:

  • Stimulates new healthy cell growth
  • Clears up breakouts and acne
  • Improves skin hydration
  • Increases the effectiveness of skin care products

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Who Should Consider a Chemical Peel Procedure?

We offer this procedure for complete skin rejuvenation, including:

  • Chemical peel for acne scars, blackheads, whiteheads, and breakouts
  • Chemical peels for age spots, discoloration, and dull skin
  • Chemical peels for aging skin with rough texture
  • Chemical peels for crow’s feet
  • Chemical peels for hyperpigmentation
  • Chemical peels for melasma
  • Chemical peels for scars
  • Chemical peels for sun-damaged skin and dehydration
  • Chemical peels for sagging skin
  • Chemical peels for wrinkles

Chemical Peel Side Effects and Risks

These procedures should always be performed by a licensed esthetician or board-certified cosmetic surgeon. When properly used, side effects like these are seldom seen:

  • Redness, sometimes called a chemical peel burn
  • Changes to skin color beyond what is expected
  • In very rare cases, scarring might occur, or an infection might develop

What to Expect After a Chemical Peel Treatment

This procedure is done on an outpatient basis. The process may vary slightly but in general:

  • To prepare, your face will be cleaned, and your eyes and hair may be covered to protect them.
  • Depending on the depth of the treatment, you may be given a sedative, topical, or regional anesthesia to numb the area.
  • Chemical peel recovery time is 3-14 days, during which you may be given a soothing ointment to apply several times per day.
  • If skin is tight, red, or swollen use ice packs and/or a cooling fan, along with pain relievers such as ibuprofen or naproxen sodium.
  • You might need to sleep in a semi-reclined position to reduce swelling.
  • You should avoid direct sun and vigorous exercise during the recovery period.

Choosing a Houston Professional for a Chemical Peel

While this skin rejuvenation treatment is a simple one, you will want to choose a licensed esthetician or board-certified cosmetic surgeon to perform it. At the Aesthetic Surgery Institute, we offer the newest and safest treatments available with financing options that make the chemical peel cost work with your budget. Contact us to reveal your deeper beauty.

 

 

 

 

Financing

These procedures are affordable, and financing options are available.

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Ready to Look Your Best?

Call us at (832) 721-5560 for a free consultation and to learn more about a chemical peel procedure in Houston.

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see the results?

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*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person