Schweiger Dermatology Group
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Schweiger Dermatology Group - Broadway
1727 Broadway
New York, NY 10019
Call: 212-203-0908
Manhattan Center for Dermatology

The idea of using natural exfoliants to improve the appearance of the skin dates back thousands of years. Even Cleopatra was known to bathe in sour milk, which contains a natural form of alpha-hydroxy acid. Exfoliants and chemical peels have improved significantly since Cleopatra’s time, making them a popular non-invasive skin care treatment.

Customized Skin Care

Recent advances in skin treatment have led to the development of a wide range of exfoliating acids and enzymes. This allows skin practitioners to customize a chemical peel ideally suited for your skin type or concern. Today’s chemical peels can safely treat a variety of skin conditions, including:

  • Rosacea
  • Acne
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Sun damage

Chemical peels work by gently removing dead skin cells and stimulating the skin’s natural regeneration process. In as little as one treatment, most patients notice a dramatic improvement in the appearance of their skin, including:

  • A decrease in fine lines and wrinkles
  • Reduced pore size
  • Fewer blemishes
  • Better overall skin tone and texture

The Vitamin A Infusion Peel

The vitamin A infusion peel is one of the latest chemical peels to hit the market. This revolutionary new peel is designed to reduce inflammation and improve blood flow, which can improve the appearance of aging skin.

The peel uses concentrated vitamin A and custom-blended nutrients and enzymes that strengthen and rejuvenate the skin. The infusion peel is the least irritating form of vitamin A therapy and is a great option for individuals who cannot tolerate retinoic acid.

Other Advanced Peels in NYC

Manhattan Center for Dermatology is proud to offer clients several other advanced chemical peels, including:

  • Baby Boomer Peel—Designed to improve fine lines, skin discoloration, and enlarged pores regardless of your age.
  • Hibiscus Flower Peel—Balances oil production and evens skin tone using an enhanced Azelaic Mandelic Complex.
  • Peptide Sake Peel—Combines the sake peel and the vitamin A peptide peel to regulate oil production and improve hydration.
  • Hot Tomato Peel—A specialized peel formulated for oily and acne-prone skin.

The Benefits of Chemical Peels

Chemical peels are a cost-effective way to fight the signs of aging that require no downtime. Many clients notice improvement after their first treatment, and the results only become more apparent with subsequent treatments.

If your skin is showing the signs of time and aging, contact Manhattan Center for Dermatology today. We can help you uncover a more youthful-looking you.

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