Skin Care – Philadelphia Chemical Peel Rejuvenation

Skin Care – Philadelphia Chemical Peel Rejuvenation

Published on February 7, 2014 

Taking care of your skin is an important part of your overall health and beauty. The skin is the largest organ of the body and one of the body’s primary defenses against the elements. Sun damage and time do their part wearing and tearing the skin, so it is always up to us to show our skin some TLC. One of the best things we can do in terms of skin care is a rejuvenating peel.

Rejuvenating peels often come in the form of chemical peels. The chemical peel is a fundamental part of skin care, as it is an effective process for removing old, dead layers of skin. The chemical formula is usually composed of alphahydroxy acids and is applied to the surface of your skin. After 10 minutes, the solution is washed off, along with old skin cells. A board-certified plastic surgeon like Dr. Scott Brenman will be able to compose a formula customized to your skin type.

Contact us at our office in Philadelphia if you have more questions about skin care.

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