3 Types Of Skin Rejuvenation Treatments To Consider

Over time, most people find that their skin loses its youthful, healthy glow. You may experience any combination of skin concerns, including fine lines, wrinkles and creases, sunspots, rough texture, enlarged pores, and more. Whatever your skin concerns, the right dermatologist can help with skin rejuvenation treatments designed to bring back your glow and help you feel confident. Here are three skin rejuvenation treatments to look into:

Chemical Peels

Chemical peels are a great option for a variety of skin and aging concerns. During a chemical peel, a clinical strength version of a chemical exfoliant such as glycolic acid is applied to your skin, then rinsed away once it's had a chance to work its magic. This is often followed by a moisturizing treatment.

A chemical peel helps slough off the top layers of skin. After a few days (or a bit longer depending on the strength of the peel), fresh, youthful skin is revealed underneath. Chemical peels are often offered as a series of treatments. You will see results from one chemical peel, but having a few sessions will help your skin truly look its best.

IPL Laser Treatments

IPL stands for intense pulsed light. IPL is especially effective for sunspots and hyperpigmentation from acne. The pulsed light laser targets unwanted skin pigmentation. This causes the pigmentation to rise to the surface of your skin and slough off over the following weeks. Even very dark spots you've been dealing with for a long time will fade and eventually disappear thanks to IPL laser treatments.


Microneedling involves a device covered in tiny needles that creates invisible micro-channels in your skin. Your dermatologist will apply a topical anesthetic beforehand. These small, temporary injuries prompt your body to create new collagen and elastin. This results in your skin looking more even-toned, glowing, and firm after your treatment.

Like with other treatments, you will likely see the most dramatic results if you have a few sessions, or if you combine micro-needling with other treatments, such as traditional facials or chemical peels.

With any of these cosmetic skin treatments, your skin will be a bit red and tender for a week or so afterward, but the healing process is typically easy. If any of these skin rejuvenation treatments sound appealing to you, it's time to schedule a consultation with your dermatologist. They will evaluate your skincare needs and create a plan to rejuvenate your skin. 

To find out more, visit a treatment center such as Masri Clinic.