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Dull Skin? Try A Chemical Peel

Are you missing that youthful glow to your skin? In our 30s and 40s as the natural aging process occurs, our bodies start to slow down the cell turnover in our skin. This can result in dull skin desperately in need of some TLC. There are a variety of excellent medical-grade exfoliating products available to use at home, but sometimes you need a jump start. That’s exactly what a chemical peel can do for you. If it’s been awhile since you’ve had one – or if you’ve never had one – a chemical peel is a great way to give your skin the refresh it needs while stimulating your body’s natural skin turnover process.

What Causes Dull Skin?

Skin cells have a lifecycle – meaning they are created, do a job, and then die. Dull skin is most typically characterized by dead skin cells accumulating on the surface of the skin or getting clogged in pores. When we are younger, our bodies do a great job of producing skin cells when needed and clearing away the trash, so to speak. But, as we get older, that process starts to slow down. In addition, environmental factors like sun exposure and pollution further serve to put a wrench in the cycle. The result is dry, flat-looking skin with little to no natural glow.

Revealing The Glow

Fortunately, dull skin is something that we can treat effectively at Rejuvenate. We love using chemical peels for this issue because they are designed to exfoliate the skin. This process removes dead and damaged skin cells revealing healthy, glowing skin underneath. We specialize in light to medium peels, which offer incredible results with minimal to no downtime. They feature a blend of chemical exfoliants (acids) and nourishing ingredients to eliminate dull, dry skin and restore a youthful appearance.

To learn more about our chemical peel options, contact us today for a consultation. We will help you decide which peel is right for you. Say goodbye to dull skin at Rejuvenate!

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