What Is The Perfect Derma Peel?
The Perfect Derma Peel is a medium-depth chemical peel that can be performed as a standalone treatment or in addition to another cosmetic procedure. This medical-grade peel is considered safe for all skin types and can provide beautiful results for patients of all ethnicities. The Perfect Derma Peel is composed of four different acids—TCA, retinoic, salicylic, and kojic—and also contains vitamin C and glutathione, an antioxidant that provides a healthy skin glow. Skin Effects recommends this advanced peel treatment to patients wanting to improve the tone and texture of their skin for a brighter, smoother complexion.
Derma peel Benefits
The Perfect Derma Peel lightens the skin by removing dull skin and revealing healthier tissue, reduces irregular skin tone caused by sun damage, hyperpigmentation, and melasma, slows common signs of aging, such as wrinkles and fine lines, improves acne-prone skin and reduces scars caused by blemishes and stimulates collagen to produce firmer, more supple skin
The Perfect Derma Peel can be especially beneficial for those who have undergone a cosmetic procedure, such as facelift surgery, and want to further improve their skin texture.
What Does The Perfect Derma Peel Treatment Involve?
The Perfect Derma Peel is a quick, virtually painless process that involves applying the chemical to the target area, which penetrates the outer two to three layers of skin. This usually only takes five minutes to complete, and no preconditioning of the skin is needed prior to treatment. Within three to five days, the dead skin should begin to peel, revealing the younger, healthier skin underneath. The Perfect Derma Peel is most commonly used to treat the face, neck, chest, and hands.
Patients are typically thrilled with their results after undergoing the chemical peel process—many returning for follow-up peels. After the initial peeling process, the skin should look more vibrant and youthful and have a smoother texture. Approximately two to four sessions, spaced at least four weeks apart, are recommended for most patients to achieve optimal results.