Do Peels Help Resurface Skin for Sun Damage?

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Do Peels Help Resurface Skin for Sun Damage?


There’s no denying you had a great summer – but now that autumn is here and fall is just around the corner, you can’t help but worry that your skin has sun damage. While you were pretty good about wearing sunscreen, you have to admit there were a few times where maybe you exposed your unprotected skin to the sun for longer than you’d have liked.

This means you’re left with this important question: “Do peels help resurface skin for sun damage?”

The NanoPeel for Sun-Damaged Skin

As it turns out, peels can indeed help with sun-damaged skin; especially one in particular. The NanoPeel is a laser resurfacing treatment that uses the power of traditional laser skin resurfacing, with one key difference: It’s designed to be less harsh and invasive than traditional treatments.

Instead, the NanoPeel was created to gently slough away the top layer of the dermis, where a lot of complexion-damaging impurities can hide out. By removing this dermis layer, the NanoPeel helps increase cellular turnover (which is key for fading the appearance of sun damage) and minimizes the appearance of existing hyperpigmentation, wrinkles, and fine lines.

What to Expect From Your Treatment

The NanoPeel treatment is straightforward and effective, with results that can be seen in as little as one week. During your procedure, your laser technician will use the NanoPeel laser to create a thin, crystal-like crust on top of the complexion. This crust will be gently sloughed away, which feels like a strong exfoliation. Don’t worry, you shouldn’t feel any pain during your NanoPeel procedure.

Take the Next Step

Want to learn if the NanoPeel can target your sun damage? Schedule a consultation at Nirvana Plastic Surgery in Myrtle Beach, SC today. (843) 839-2004

By | 2018-10-03T14:56:28+00:00 September 5th, 2018|NanoPeels, Skin Peels, Skin Resurfacing|0 Comments
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