These treatments can drastically improve skin texture, reduce signs of aging, and clear up blemishes. But with many types of chemical peels available, you might ask yourself, “Which is the best option for my skin?”
There are several popular chemical peels offered at the practice of Regina Rosenthal, MD, so read on to find out which one best suits your needs.
Chemical Peel Options
Obagi Condition and Enhance System
A comprehensive skincare regimen, the Obagi Condition and Enhance System aims to rejuvenate your skin in a three-fold approach: exfoliating, reducing sun spots, and offering robust UV protection. It relies on medical-grade ingredients and can either be a stand-alone treatment or serve as a first step toward more intensive procedures like the Obagi Blue Peel. This system tackles premature aging and rejuvenates the skin.
Obagi Blue Peel
If you’re concerned about sun-induced brown spots or photodamage, the Obagi Blue Peel might be the way to go. This TCA (trichloracetic acid) chemical peel works wonders in improving your skin’s glow. When combined with the Condition and Enhance System, it offers an extensive treatment plan for youthful skin without undergoing surgery. After the treatment, your skin may exhibit a bluish tint for about 48 hours, followed by four to six days of peeling.
Blue Peel RADIANCE
Are you looking for quicker results? Then the Blue Peel RADIANCE is a great option. Suitable for most skin types, this option is sometimes called the “lunchtime peel” because it can improve a wide range of skin concerns — including photodamage — in just minutes. After a single treatment, many patients notice tighter, smoother, and brighter-looking skin. For best results, a series of four to six peels is recommended. This option is perfect for people who want instant radiance without a lot of downtime.
Schedule a Consultation Today
Whether you’re interested in Obagi, Blue Peel RADIANCE, or a traditional chemical peel, Dr. Regina Rosenthal can guide you toward the best choice for your needs.
Schedule a consultation today at her Campbell, CA, office, where she’ll address your specific concerns and discuss your treatment options. Contact the practice at 408-559-4700.