Mesna Plastic Surgery offers chemical peel and laser resurfacing treatments for women who want a rejuvenated look that is non-invasive with great results. Laser skin resurfacing removes the top layers of the skin, removing dead cells and built-up bacteria. Chemical peels use mild chemicals to remove superficial layers of the skin, reducing fine lines and the look of pores.
Two of our most popular techniques to rejuvenate the skin would be laser
resurfacing and chemical peels. Lasers are used to remove the top layers of
damaged skin, which will rejuvenate and soften the texture, reduce pore
size, and smooth out fine lines and wrinkles. Lasers can be used to also
remove brown spots and any vascular lesions you may have on your face. Heat
from the lasers will collapse down the small vessels in your face, as well
as remove layers of skin to remove any pigmented lesions or brown spots. We
use lasers more and more because people do not like to have the downtime
from surgery, so it's an alternative to surgery.
Chemical peels would be a step down from a laser treatment. What they are
is it's a chemical that will remove the superficial layer of skin to
rejuvenate and help with fine lines, wrinkles, and pore size. With a
chemical peel, the chemical is applied, and the skin will start to peel on
Day 2 or 3 for 3 to 5 days. Chemical peels would be for someone that has a
skin condition called melasma, where they are not a good candidate for
laser treatments because the lasers would stimulate the melasma to become
worse, so chemical peels is an alternative to help control this skin
We have anything from lactic acid, which has no downtime, will just help
soften the skin, to VI Peels, which are using TCA, retinol, vitamin C to
help exfoliate the skin and help lighten the skin as well, but reduces pore
size and softens fine lines and wrinkles. This process is not painful, but
it does take about 3 to 5 days for complete healing with minimal side
effects. Our customers have been extremely happy with the results and
outcomes of the laser and chemical peels.
To determine if you're a good candidate for a chemical peel or a laser
treatment, we recommend you come in and do a complimentary skin analysis,
and we can determine what skin care program is right for you.