Can You Get a Chemical Peel in the Summer?

When it comes to your skin, Drs. Jenson and Edwards are pleased to offer treatments that can help protect and enhance your skin with our dermatology options. Our medical spa treatments can help you maintain healthy, beautiful skin. Chemical peels, where one of our dermatologists removes the damaged outer layers of your skin using a chemical solution, are just one of those treatments.

Unlike surgery, chemical peels are a noninvasive method of smoothing out wrinkled, uneven and even spotted skin that can be done on your face, neck and hands to make you look younger!

Why Get a Chemical Peel

The main ingredient in our chemical peels is Salicylic Acid which absorbs and controls excess skin oil, which is an ideal solution during summer’s intense heat. It also smoothes out the skin, minimizing pores and making your appear skin smooth like a baby’s, making it a quick fix if you are going on vacation or have a special occasion coming up where you want to look your best. Another benefit is that you can go without heavy foundations and allow your skin to breathe while also glowing with vibrancy.

If you are wanting to boost your skin’s health and get help for acne or acne scars, rough or scaly skin, sun-damaged skin, freckles, fine lines, or age or liver spots, we invite you to come in for a chemical peel. Our dermatologists can give you a consultation to determine if you are a good candidate for receiving a chemical peel treatment. If our dermatologists determine that a chemical peel is right for your skin, you will receive the proper formulation for your skin to achieve spectacular results.

Don’t let the heat of summer upset your skin’s balance. You can get your skin ready for a special occasion or just look your best with a vibrant glow with the help of a professionally applied chemical peel from our dermatology experts.

Contact our team at Kraig Jenson, PC, Dermatology Center by calling 801.224.5200 to learn more about our skincare treatments and schedule an appointment for a medical spa treatment in Orem, Utah.

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