How to Improve the Look of Your Skin with Laser Skin Peels

Published on: February 19, 2019

The surface of your skin can become blemished, leaving traces of the sun, acne and other issues for the world to see. If you have struggled with sun-damage, scarring, large pores or other skin flaws, you may have options to rejuvenate the tone of your skin. One treatment that can improve the overall look of your skin is a laser skin peel, revealing new, fresh skin with fewer blemishes.

How Do Laser Skin Peels Work?

When the skin is damaged, the surface cells reflect the damage. Scar tissue can form, pigmentation can occur, changing the tone and texture of the skin. Laser skin peel treatments can resurface the top layers of the skin, allowing new cells to form and come to the surface. Like a chemical peel, the old cells slough off and new cells are revealed for healthier, more youthful appearing skin.

Laser skin peels use light energy to impact the cells of the skin. The treatment is quick, targeting the areas on your skin that you want to improve. Typically, the skin may be red or pink after the treatment, with the old skin flaking away as it heals. The treatment stimulates the production of collagen and elastin that are needed to heal the skin. This can help improve the skin tone and texture, as well as reduce the appearance of skin flaws.

Laser skin peels can be extremely effective in improving the look of your skin, but you want to ensure you have this procedure performed by a medical skin specialist. Seek treatment from a med spa or plastic surgery clinic with experienced medical professionals to perform your laser skin peel for the best results.

Posted on behalf of:
Beverly Hills Center for Plastic & Laser Surgery
120 South Spalding Drive #236
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
(310) 288-0641

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