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Unlocking the Benefits: A Comprehensive Guide to Chemical Peels


Chemical peels have been a standard of skincare routines for ages. However, it’s only in recent years that this procedure has begun to take off and gain popularity. It’s no surprise since chemical peels are an effective way to rejuvenate healthy, glowing skin. Read on to find out everything you need to know about this non-invasive cosmetic procedure.

What Are Chemical Peels?

Chemical peels are a specialized skincare treatment that exfoliate the skin and accelerate the process of skin cell turnover. There are three main types of peels: light chemical peels for minor imperfections on the top layer of skin, medium chemical peels to target moderate skin conditions in the top and middle layers of skin, and deep chemical peels for more advanced skin concerns like precancerous growth, deep wrinkles, and scaring.

The ultimate goal is to enhance the skin’s overall texture and appearance. The result can quickly be seen as the treated skin begins to peel off and reveal a new layer of skin that is smoother and has a brighter complexion. Depending on the needs of the patient and their skin type, the procedure can be customized for their specific requirements. This versatility is only one of the benefits that chemical peels bring.

Benefits From Chemical Peels

Because of their versatility, chemical peels are able to address a wide variety of different skin issues without the need for invasive treatments. Aside from improved skin tone and textures, chemical peels can help to diminish fine lines and wrinkles, reduce acne breakouts and even fade age spots. The treatment can also help stimulate collagen production which can lead to firmer and healthier skin. Other benefits include a boost to overall skin radiance and increased effectiveness of skincare products by improving the skin’s ability to absorb and benefit from their use.

How Long Do the Effects Last?

The effects of chemical peels can vary depending on the type of peel that is used. Light or superficial peels can have results that fade somewhat fast while more medium or deep peels can easily last over six months. However, a tailored skincare regimen and repeated chemical peel treatments can help to extend the benefits of the treatment. That’s why proper skincare after treatment is essential in guaranteeing future skin health.

Who Can Benefit from Chemical Peels?

Chemical peels are a versatile skincare treatment that is safe for individuals with a wide variety of skin concerns. Thanks to their versatile nature, chemical peels can also be an option for patients of any skin tone and those with specific skin types such as sensitive skin. This range of customization makes the treatment an amazing option for anyone looking to improve their overall skin health and appearance.

Schedule a Consultation

Getting healthier skin starts with a solid skincare routine. However, making use of a chemical peel treatment can go a long way in giving your skin a head start. At Advanced Cosmetic Surgery, Dr. Levi Young, MD can help your skin look better than ever. Schedule a consultation today at our office in Leawood, KS, to get started on your customized treatment plan.

Dr. Levi Young, MD

“I am an artist. My artistic ability is an asset in the operating room, enabling me to visualize and create the best aesthetic results.”

With years of expertise in cosmetic surgery, Dr. Young prioritizes patients’ well-being and satisfaction. Whether you are considering a subtle enhancement or a transformative procedure, you can trust Advanced Cosmetic Surgery to deliver exceptional care and results tailored to your personal needs and cosmetic goals.


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