Chemical Peel in Chicago and Arlington Heights, IL
Harsh winter months and sunny summer days take a toll on your skin. From sun damage to acne-prone problem areas, board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. John A. Kotis provides an array of chemical peels. Residents of Chicago, Arlington Heights and surrounding communities in Illinois choose Dr. Kotis for their chemical peel treatments to keep them looking young and rejuvenated.
What Is A Chemical Peel?
Chemical peels are a line of skin care that uses a variety of ingredients at specific strengths to rejuvenate your skin. Chemical peels work by removing layers of skin dulled by age to help stimulate future collagen development and tightening of the skin. Diverse in purposes, chemical peels can correct aging or skin damage on the hands, neck and face.
Chemical peels are offered in a variety of chemical compositions and “depth” with the lighter, lactic acid-based chemical peel perfect for prepping for a big day or the deeper, fuller rejuvenation offered by the multi-step MicroPeel.
What Are The Different Types Of Chemical Peels?
Every face is different. That is why Dr. Kotis offers a variety of chemical peels to suit your particular needs. From sensitive skin to acne prone, Chicago and Arlington Heights area residents are able to find the right chemical peel to bring out their beauty at the offices of Dr. John A. Kotis. Chemical peels offered include:
- Therapeutic Chemical Peel– a salicylic peel or glycolic peel for a simple, effective treatment.
- Glow and Go Event Peel -this lactic acid based chemical is gentle enough for even the most sensitive skin, yet strong enough to bring out a healthy glow fit for the red carpet.
- MicroPeel – multi-step peel process that includes dermaplaning, which gently removes dead skin cells to reveal softer and smoother skin.
- Clinical Pigment Balancing Peel with Dermaplaning dead skin cells are gently removed with dermaplaning. A pigment balancing peel then works to even your skin tone.
Benefits of Chemical Peel
As a non-invasive treatment that requires no injections or surgery, chemical peels are a quick treatment option for improving many skin problems. Dr. Kotis’s patients enjoy many benefits including:
- Minimal recovery time, from one to three days
- Reduction of mild to moderate acne scarring
- Stimulation of natural collagen production
- Reduction of dark spots
- Evening of skin pigmentation
- Reduction of fine lines, wrinkles and creases
Is a Chemical Peel Right For Me?
Chemical peels are a great step in your skin care regimen if you want a quick tone-up for brighter, youthful-looking skin. It is also beneficial in treating mild to moderate acne scarring, wrinkles, lines or skin discoloration. Some individuals may require more comprehensive treatments to achieve optimum results. Your personal consultation with board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. John A. Kotis helps determine which depth of skin care treatment is right for you.
Alternatives to the Traditional Chemical Peel
Do you have melisma, pigmentation or stubborn scars caused by acne? Our office provides a range of chemical peels specifically designed to target those specific problem. VI Peels™ are effective and potent, yet safe and effective for all skin types.
What Is The Cost Of A Chemical Peel Treatment in Chicago and Arlington Heights, IL?
Chemical peels are typically viewed as an elective cosmetic treatment so many health care providers do not cover the cost. The total cost of your treatment will depend on the select depth and number of desired treatments.
Our office offers a variety of payment options, including financing through CareCredit® and Prosper®. We also accept cash, check, and most major credit cards.
We will honor written quote for procedures from any board certified plastic surgeon. Listed pricing is all inclusive – no hidden fees (includes pre-op, post-op visits and fees for the surgeons, facility, and anesthesia).
Contact us today for more information about chemical peels and other skin care rejuvenation services offered in the Chicago and Arlington Height areas, by board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. John A. Kotis.