Generally, fair-skinned patients are good candidates for these peeling treatments. If you have dark skin, the results would be good, provided the type of problem is not too severe. You might even get uneven skin tone after the chemical peeling procedure.
Skin sags, bulges, and extreme wrinkles do not work with such peels. For healing these issues, cosmetic surgical procedures are required. One can opt for laser resurfacing, even a facelift, or soft tissue filler which consists of collagen or fat. A dermatologist can advise you better depending on the type of skin that you have.
Treatment Options for Aging Skin
The resurfacing options for aging skin are many and continue to expand considerably. In patients with skin changes, you can opt for nonsurgical treatment methods too including use of vitamin C, and alpha hydroxy acids for minor improvements.
Chemical peels Ruislip and Dermabrasion are sometimes used individually and sometimes in combination with other surgical procedures depending on the facial damage that you might suffer from.
Deeper facial lines can be treated effectively with the help of botulinum toxin or one might opt for soft tissue enhancement. Patients who have sagging skin can opt for a facelift or a browlift. All treatments need to be done one at a time depending on the patient's facial characteristics and even cosmetic allergies.