Chemical Peels in Tampa, FL and Atlanta, GA
Patient’s who want to improve their look and gain a fresher, younger appearance can visit Mang Plastic Surgery to meet with experienced and friendly aestheticians who can accomplish these goals. Dr. Mang, a board-certified plastic surgeon at Mang Plastic Surgery, oversees all skin rejuvenation procedures for patients in Tampa and St. Petersburg, Florida, as well as Atlanta, Alpharetta, and the neighboring communities in Georgia.
What Is a Chemical Peel?
A chemical peel is a mixture of chemicals that forms a gel-like consistency. Chemical peels are applied to the face in order to smooth the surface of the skin and to remove the appearance of fine lines and blemishes. There are three types of chemical peels: mild, medium-depth and deep. Each has their advantages and serve different purposes.
What Are the Advantages of a Mild Chemical Peel?
- Helps to smooth dry skin
- Can help with pigmentation problems
- Controls acne
- Removes blemishes
- Less recovery time
- Helps with mild sun damage
- Reduces mild blotchiness
- Creates a fresher and younger-looking appearance
What Are the Advantages of a Medium-Depth Chemical Peel?
- Thin facial lines are removed or the appearance is less noticeable
- The medium-depth reduces facial birthmarks
- The pigmentation in the skin is improved
- Helps with dry skin and old acne scarring
- Helps with sun-damaged skin
- Improves blotchy skin
- Younger looking overall appearance
What Are the Advantages of a Deep Chemical Peel?
- Ability to remove pre-cancerous growths
- Treats deeper acne scars
- Long-lasting effect
- Eliminates deeper lines on the face
- Controls acne
- Helps with deep or coarse wrinkles
- Age spot removal
- Only a single treatment is necessary
- Smoother skin, younger appearance
- Long-term results are very good when the peel is specifically for acne scarring
The advantages of chemical peels are many, and all three help with different issues. The deep chemical peels are reserved for those with the worst types of skin problems, including serious acne, scarring, and birthmarks. Asians and patients of other ethnicities may need to undergo additional peels to produce their desired results.
Obagi Blue Peel
Chemical peels are a wonderful way to treat wrinkles, facial blemishes, and uneven pigmentation. A chemical peel helps to smooth and enhance the overall texture on a patient’s skin. Dr. Mang prefers to use Obagi Blue Peel for his patients. Obagi Blue Skin Peel is a leading deep rejuvenation treatment and can be applied to the chest, neck, hands, back, arms, and legs, as well as the face.
Glycolic Acid Peel
A rapid cellular exfoliator, medically endorsed as a visible alternative to more invasive chemical peels. This light peel is recommended for all skin types, including those with rosacea and sensitive skin. Leaves skin noticeably smoother, softer, and more youthful-looking. Recommended in a series of treatments for optimal results.
Single treatment $100
Series of three treatments $350
Series of six treatments $700
A more aggressive peel consisting of trichloroacetic acid (up to 10%), used for significant improvement in skin texture. Recommended for all skin types; especially beneficial for aging skin, deep sunspots, and deep wrinkles. Recommended in a series of treatments for optimal results.
Single treatment $100
Series of three treatments $240
Series of six treatments $480
Salicylic Acid-based Peel
A gentle salicylic acid-based peel that provides instant results. Recommended for mature or sun-damaged skin. Delivers immediate radiance – tighter, smoother, brighter-looking skin after just one use. Reveal your inner glow instantly. Recommended in a series of treatments for optimal results.
Single treatment $150
Series of three treatments $300
Series of six treatments $600
Chemical peels are a wonderful way to treat wrinkles, facial blemishes, and uneven pigmentation. A chemical peel helps to smooth and enhance the overall texture on a patient’s skin. He serves patients in Tampa and St. Petersburg, Florida, as well as Atlanta, Alpharetta, and the neighboring communities in Georgia. Contact us today.