Our Lunchtime Facelift is a Non-Invasive, Glycolic treatment that will stimulate cell turnover to reduce appearance of lines and wrinkles. It enhances skin’s natural production of collagen and elastin to improve firmness. Replenishes moisture to restore skin’s natural balance. Hydrates and helps protect against external aggressions such as free radicals.
An alternative to plastic surgery by resurfacing the skin to create a fresh, smooth, healthy looking appearance in Wilton Manors and Fort Lauderdale. Chemical peels are normally performed on an outpatient basis. The procedure uses a liquid solution to peel away the top layers of your skin, revealing new, smoother skin. Chemical peels can be performed on your entire face, specific areas of your face and also on the neck, chest, hands, legs or arms.
The face is the most exposed part of the body, vulnerable to the harsh rays of the sun. The face is also subject to acne, rashes, allergic reactions, and injuries that may leave permanent scars.
Non-surgical “refinishing” treatments are available for individuals who want to eliminate or soften imperfections on their facial skin and achieve a clearer, fresher look. These treatments include glycolic acids (sometimes called “fruity acids”), which are natural fruit substances blended into facial preparations and are used to eliminate rough or dried surface skin.
What to Expect from Skin-Surface Treatments
“Surface-repair” treatments can enhance your appearance and give your skin a smoother, fresher look, but they won’t remove deep scars and flaws or prevent aging. A safe alternative to surgery, chemical peels reduce fine lines, age spots, scars and wrinkles that appear over time as you age.
Glycolic or “fruity acid” treatments can offer smoother skin to people of all ages. This type of treatment seems to work best on patients who have rough, sun-damaged skin. Glycolic acids are sometimes formulated with bleaching chemicals to correct areas of uneven pigmentation.
Alphahydroxy Acids (AHAs), and Glycolic Acid light peels are often called “lunch hour” peels because they can be done quickly and the recovery time is very short. The chemicals used in these procedures lightly peel the skin, which quickly results in skin that is brighter and smoother.