Sun Damage Illumination Facial Treatments Near Me in Lake Zurich, IL
Say Goodbye to Sun Damaged Skin Today! At Cara Mia Medical Spa We Offer Dermaplaning & Medical-Grade Peels That Help You Restore Your Skin. We Are Conveniently Located at 303 North Rand Rd, Lake Zurich, IL 60047. Please Call Us for a Consultation or Book an Appointment Online.
Sun spots and other skin imperfections are caused by sun damaged and the natural aging process. Even though these kinds of issues are somewhat unavoidable, there are a few treatments available to lighten or alleviate the look of damaged skin. Say goodbye to sun damaged skin today with dermaplaning or medical-grade peels! Contact our office to schedule a consultation so that you can take a step toward reversing the effects of harmful UV rays!
Everyone knows that exfoliation is necessary for getting rid of dead skin cells. If you want smooth, refreshed-looking skin you have to regularly exfoliate, but did you know that there is a method of exfoliation that actually brightens your skin tone? It’s known as dermaplaning and is a technique that scrapes off dead, dull skin to reveal the bright, healthy skin underneath. It also rids the skin of peach fuzz, which allows skin products to absorb better and makeup glides on smoother.
We recommend this treatment for anyone suffering from sun damaged skin who is looking for a relatively painless procedure that requires no downtime. Sunscreen is necessary after the procedure due to the fact that your skin will temporarily be more sensitive to hyperpigmentation. Dermaplaning removes about 21 days of dead skin cells in 30 minutes. Because of this, it’s wise to wait at least 21 days after your last dermaplaning treatment before scheduling another one.
Uneven skin texture and hyperpigmentation due to sun damage are some of the treatable imperfections with medical-grade peels. Peels can help give you back the youthful, vibrant skin you had before the sun took its toll. Chemical peels accelerate exfoliation or cause controlled injury to the top layer of skin. This causes the skin to thicken and repair itself because of increased collagen production. Certain peels can also reduce oil gland production.
We recommend this treatment for anyone suffering from sun damaged skin who is looking for a relatively painless procedure that requires little to no downtime, depending on the depth of the peel. Sunscreen is necessary after the procedure due to the fact that your skin will temporarily be more sensitive to hyperpigmentation. Medical-grade peels remove the top layer of dead skin cells to reveal the baby-smooth skin underneath. Because of this, it’s wise to wait at least a month before scheduling a second chemical peel session.
If you are interested in either a dermaplaning treatment or a medical-grade peel, contact our office today to schedule an appointment! Our team of trained medical professionals would love to meet you to discuss all of the options available.