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How are chemical peels performed?

Sometimes, this level of peel is called “exfoliation.” Light peels injure the entire epidermis and stimulate the regeneration of a new epidermis and may produce a burning sensation during the procedure. Medium depth peels involve injury to the upper level of the dermis to stimulate the formation of collagen and “plump” up the skin. 35%…

What are chemical peels?

To achieve this, chemical peels produce a controlled injury to the skin which promotes the growth of new skin. Many different chemicals are used for chemical peels and include glycolic acid, trichloroacetic acid (TCA), salicylic acid, “Jessners” solution, and phenol all which produce different degrees of injury of the skin. There are two layers of…

What is laser skin rejuvenation?

Non-ablative lasers have gained immense popularity in recent years because of their effectiveness and little to no downtime. No one laser or light-based (IPL) system can treat all of the above conditions. Three different lasers can be applied individually or in combination to meet your specific needs. They work by targeting the superficial skin as…

What will I look like after my treatment?

Unlike lasers or chemical peels, which destroy the epidermis, New Derm CET safely penetrates the epidermis to the layer below, called the dermis. There is none of the redness, bruising, peeling or sun sensitivity found with more invasive treatments.