Aesthetics and Dermatology located in Coupeville, WA

Peels services offered in Coupeville, WA

Are you unhappy with the appearance of dull, uneven-toned, wrinkled, or rough skin? If so, simple treatment options are within reach at Island Aesthetics & Dermatology in Coupeville, Washington. Aesthetics and dermatology specialists Shannon Tumblin, ARPN, Kristy Anderson, ARPN, and their skilled team offer top-quality chemical peels to revitalize aging or imperfect skin. Call the office to schedule an appointment, or use the online booking feature today. 

Peels Q & A

What are chemical peels?

Chemical peels use chemical formulas to exfoliate aging skin, removing outermost skin cell layers and stimulating new cell growth without surgery or downtime. Island Aesthetics & Dermatology offers various professional peels alone or combined with other cosmetic treatments to give you the flawless skin you deserve.

Chemical peels come in different strengths, ranging from light (superficial) to medium and deep peels. Your Island Aesthetics & Dermatology specialist finds one best suited to your needs.

What are the advantages of chemical peels?

The benefits you can take advantage of after receiving a chemical peel at Island Aesthetics & Dermatology include:

  • Smoother, tighter skin
  • Reduced wrinkles and fine lines 
  • Less scarring
  • Reduced hyperpigmentation
  • Younger-looking appearance
  • Self-confidence

Chemical peels are nonsurgical with little to no downtime. They offer outstanding, long-lasting cosmetic results that often exceed beauty goals.

Are chemical peels right for me?

Your Island Aesthetics & Dermatology provider lets you know if you’re a candidate for chemical peels after examining your skin and discussing your desired results. They review your medical history and treatment preferences before customizing a treatment just for you.

What should I expect during chemical peels?

During a chemical peel, the Island Aesthetics & Dermatology team cleans your skin, numbs it to eliminate discomfort, and applies a chemical solution to the skin. Afterward, your specialist removes the solution or neutralizes it. They often apply a special ointment to treated skin before you leave the office.

What happens after my treatment?

After a chemical peel, follow your provider’s instructions. Light peels require no downtime, but you may need to take some time off to rest after stronger chemical peels.

Keep the treatment area clean and protect your skin from the sun. You might need to apply ointment to treated areas during the healing process.

Treated skin is often temporarily red, swollen, or tender and may crust while it heals. Over the next few days and weeks, treated skin cells regenerate to reduce bothersome signs of aging and other skin imperfections. 

Your Island Aesthetics & Dermatology provider may recommend maintenance treatments, or additional cosmetic procedures, to maintain superior anti-aging results long-term.

To find out which chemical peels are best for your personalized needs, call the Island Aesthetics & Dermatology office or schedule an appointment online today.