The weather is warming and flowers are blooming—spring is on its way. Finally, we can say goodbye to dull winter skin here in Nashville. Your heavy layers aren’t the only thing you should shed this spring–peel away tired winter skin with the help of a chemical peel at the Skin & Allergy Center.
Our skin’s cellular turnover slows during the winter months and our skin cells are unable to renew themselves as quickly. These built up damaged and dead skin cells persist long past the last day of winter and can take a toll on our skin’s dewy glow. In-office exfoliation treatments, like chemical peels, are ideal for restoring life to an otherwise tired complexion.
We perform chemical peels in varying strengths at all three of our Tennessee locations. Each chemical peel is customized depending on your unique skincare need. In addition to brightening your complexion, chemical peels can improve the appearance of fine lines, excessive redness, hyperpigmentation, and enlarged pores. Chemical peels encourage your skin to shed the outer layers of dull skin cells—revealing a fresh, new layer of skin that is brighter and more luminous.
For many of our patients, a chemical peel is simply not enough to transform their complexion. This is where the MicroLaserPeel comes in. Combining the benefits of laser resurfacing with the short recovery of a chemical peel. During your treatment, the MicroLaserPeel carefully scans your skin for any imperfections, including fine lines and wrinkles, superficial blemishes, and pigment irregularities. By controlling the depth of your treatment, Dr. Robb gently ablates only those skin cells in need of repair. Just as with a chemical peel, the damaged cells are replaced by healthier skin.
A Fresh Start for Spring at the Skin & Allergy Center
Start spring off right! A well timed chemical peel can have your complexion blossoming just in time for the season ahead. Be ready for the season ahead by scheduling a consultation at one of Skin & Allergy Center’s Tennessee locations conveniently located in Columbia, Murfreesboro, and Spring Hill.