Customizable, Non-Surgical Facial Rejuvenation

One of the remarkable advantages of chemical peels is their customizability, allowing the treatment to be tailored to each individual's specific needs and skin type. If you have skin concerns such as acne, fine lines, sun damage, or uneven skin tone, chemical peels can be adapted to meet your unique skincare wishes.

Discover Why So Many Choose Dr. Lisa J. Learn For Chemical Peels

When considering chemical peels, it's essential to choose a skilled and experienced practitioner. Dr. Lisa J. Learn is one of Fort Lauderdale’s most experienced practicing female plastic surgeons. She’s board-certified in plastic surgery as well as a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine. She puts her over 20 years of experience to good use leading our dedicated team to maintain our high standards for cosmetic procedures. With a commitment to patient-centered care and compassionate approach that takes into account the patient’s total wellness, our practice is the go-to choice for those seeking the transformative benefits of chemical peels.

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How Does A Chemical Peel Work?

A chemical peel involves a solution that is applied to the face and exfoliates the damaged or dead skin cells, encouraging the growth of new, healthier skin. The depth and type of chemical peel used can vary depending on your skin concerns and desired results.

Superficial Peels

These are the mildest type of chemical peels and primarily target the outermost layer of the skin (epidermis). They are often used to improve skin texture, tone, and mild discoloration. Common ingredients include alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) like glycolic acid and lactic acid.

Medium Peels

Medium-depth chemical peels penetrate the middle layer of the skin (dermis) and can effectively treat moderate skin issues like fine lines, wrinkles, and age spots. Trichloroacetic acid (TCA) is a common ingredient used for medium peels.

Deep Peels

Deep chemical peels reach the deeper layers of the dermis and are used to address more severe skin concerns, such as deep wrinkles, scars, and uneven skin tone. Phenol is a powerful ingredient used in deep peels. These peels typically require more downtime and recovery.

Customized Peels

Some chemical peels are customized to target specific skin issues or combine different acids for a tailored approach. This allows for a personalized treatment plan to address individual skin concerns effectively.

Combination Peels

In some cases, chemical peels are combined with other cosmetic procedures, such as microdermabrasion or laser therapy, to enhance results or address multiple skin concerns simultaneously.

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Interested In A Facial Refresh? Schedule A Consultation Today

Ready to reveal your skin's natural beauty and vitality through chemical peels? Schedule a consultation with Dr. Lisa J. Learn and her experienced team today. With our personalized approach and commitment to delivering exceptional results, you can trust us to help you achieve the radiant complexion you desire. Your journey to healthier, rejuvenated skin starts here.

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