Chemical Peel in Tyler, TX

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What are Chemical Peels?

To provide the highest quality results from chemical peel facial treatments, Oak Hills Med Spa provides you with numerous options. Your individualized medical-grade chemical peel with exfoliating solutions (such as glycolic, salicylic, trichloroacetic, and lactic acids) will give you more radiant skin. At our Tyler, TX office, practitioner Dr. Hope Short offers chemical peel treatments that solve skin flaws, including wrinkles, fine lines, scars, rough patches, hyperpigmentation issues, and more. Chemical peels work by removing dead or damaged skin cells with a specific treatment on the skin, which causes the oldest layer to slough off. When your skin heals and begins to rejuvenate and repair itself, you will see a clearer, smoother complexion. A chemical peel facial is a nonsurgical technique to make your complexion luminous and may be used for the neck and face.

what to expect from a chemical peel

On the day of your appointment at Oak Hills Med Spa, we will have you lying down in a comfortable position to administer your treatment. We will ensure the skin is cleaned before applying the personalized solution to the treatment areas. We will spread the solution onto the skin and allow it to set for an appropriate amount of time that will be determined in your chemical peel planning session. Finally, we will clean the solution off your face and apply a neutralizing agent. Patients may want to bring sunscreen and a hat to wear outside following the treatment to protect against UV exposure.

The whole staff at Oak Hills Med Spa is amazing. They go above and beyond to make your experience with their office top notch. Dr Short, Corey, Amanda, everyone is welcoming and professional. You walk in the office and immediately feel relaxed and at peace. I highly recommend Oak Hills Med Spa.

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Dr.Short and her staff are very caring, knowledgeable, and professional. If you’re looking for Botox, Corey is awesome!

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Dr Short and her staff are so amazing!! They are professional yet truly care about their patients. I walk in the door, they remember my name and treat me like family!!!! Can't beat this doctor and her entire team!!! Thanks guys!!

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Love this staff! Always an easy experience! Highly recommend Corey for injections!

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If you know nothing about treatments to rejuvenate the skin, Oak Hills Med Spa can help you choose the ideal pampering for your skin. Your freshly revived skin will thank you by looking radiant and caressingly silky. Contact our office in Tyler, TX to get your skin consultation today for a professional chemical peel.

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How much does a chemical peel cost?

Dr. Short can go over your costs during your consultation as soon as she has created your personalized treatment plan. The cost of a chemical peel will vary depending on the intensity you get. Oak Hills Med Spa accepts many payment methods, and you can ask about current specials on skin treatments like chemical peels. Buying a package with several chemical peel treatments can also help you save money.

What level should I choose for my chemical peel?

Which level of chemical peel is best for you will depend on your specific skin needs and cosmetic goals. In your initial consultation with Dr. Short, she can help you select which chemical peel is best for your skin. Some factors you might want to consider are your general health, your skin type, how deep you want the peel to work, how long you can spend in recovery, and what concerns you have about the appearance of your skin. Initially, it may be better to try a lighter peel and see what you think of the results. After this, you and Dr. Short might tweak your treatment plan to discover the best type of peel for your skin.

Should I get a chemical peel or dermabrasion treatment?

Both dermabrasion and chemical peels are facial rejuvenation procedures that treat surface blemishes to make your skin smoother. The difference is that dermabrasion uses special tools (a rotating brush or shaving instrument ) to remove the surface skin layer through careful scraping. A chemical peel applies a caustic solution to your skin to dissolve damaged skin cells. In your consultation, Dr. Short will explain the pros and cons of both options and help you choose if dermabrasion or a chemical peel is better for achieving your skin goals.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.