Which is Right for Me: Chemical Peels or HydraFacials?

Which is Right for Me: Chemical Peels or HydraFacials?

If you’re in search of the perfect complexion, you might be excited by all of the treatments we offer at Ageless Beauty. From HydraFacials to chemical peels, we have a wide range of non-surgical skincare treatments designed to help you enjoy a selfie-worthy complexion.

But what if you’re not sure which treatment is right for you?

Chemical Peels vs. HydraFacial

If you’re not sure which skincare treatment is right for you, it’s important to consider how each treatment can help you achieve your specific complexion goals. For example:

  • The HydraFacial is a non-invasive skincare treatment designed to tackle your biggest complexion concerns, particular enlarged and clogged pores, wrinkles and fine lines, uneven skin tone, and more. The HydraFacial is an excellent treatment for patients who are seeking a glowing, radiant complexion in time for an event that’s being held 1-2 weeks after the procedure date.
  • Patients who have moderate to severe signs of aging – like deep wrinkles and lines, nasolabial folds, excessive sun damage, and more – will likely see their best results with a chemical peel. This treatment uses specific chemicals to remove the top layers of the dermis, revealing the healthy and youthful skin that’s hiding underneath.
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While the HydraFacial doesn’t require recovery time, patients should know that chemical peels often create red and scabby skin; these symptoms often disappear about two to three weeks after the initial chemical peel treatment.

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Take the Next Step

Want to learn more about these treatments, including if you’re a candidate for a chemical peel or a HydraFacial?  Schedule your Juvederm appointment at Ageless Beauty Center today. Simply fill out the contact form on this page or give us a call at (517) 203-5052.

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