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What Does a Chemical Peel Do?

Patients seeking rejuvenation of the skin may already be using at-home products such as cleansers, moisturizers, and toners. But what if your skin needs a little more help? Patients with imperfections of the skin will find that treatments such as chemical peels, available with Dr. Betty Bellman of Miami Beach, FL, is a reliable option. 

What is the goal of a chemical peel? 

Patients often consider chemical peels to enhance and smooth the texture of the skin on the face. This treatment can help with a variety of skin concerns including fine lines and wrinkles, acne, acne scarring, and even uneven skin texture and tone. It is a highly requested treatment from patients who are ready to take charge of their skin’s health and appearance with affordable and effective solutions. 

What can I expect from my chemical peel? 

There are various types of chemical peels available with Dr. Betty Bellman. By consulting with her team of professionals about the different strengths used to achieve results, patients can make an educated decision regarding the chemical peel right for them. Superficial, lighter chemical peels are applied to the skin and left on to help stimulate skin cell turnover, while more aggressive peels may require that the peel ingredients are applied to the skin, left for a few minutes, and then washed off. These stronger, deeper peels provide more dramatic results, but do require patients to take significant time away from social activities to allow the skin to heal. 

Who is a good candidate for a chemical peel? 

Chemical peels are great for patients who have poor skin tone and texture, fine lines and wrinkles, and other imperfections on the skin they would like to address with a single treatment. Patients can consult with Dr. Betty Bellman to find out if they are appropriate candidates for this or other skin rejuvenation services available. 

How do I learn more about chemical peels? 

Chemical peels are just one of many skin rejuvenation options available at the practice of Dr. Betty Bellman. If you want to book a consultation visit with her and find out more about the treatments readily available for you, call the office at (305) 534-8480 to schedule an appointment.   

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