Achieve Smoother Skin with a Chemical Peel

Skin resurfacing treatments such as a chemical peel can help Little Rock, AR, patients achieve a more youthful glow and smoother, more supple skin. This non-surgical treatment is designed to improve the tone, texture, and overall appearance of your skin. At our practice, we offer light, medium, and deep peels to address our patients various needs. These solutions work by removing the topmost layers of your skin and revealing fresher skin beneath. Dr. Michael Devlin and his staff of nurses and aestheticians are committed to helping you achieve your cosmetic surgery goals while providing you with compassionate, personalized care. 

Facial Rejuvenation

Listen to Dr. Michael Devlin on Good Morning Arkansas as he discusses facial rejuvenation treatments.

Benefits of a Chemical Peel

A chemical peel is a non-invasive way to improve the appearance of dull, lackluster skin. In addition, this treatment:

  • Is performed in-office
  • Removes dead skin
  • Improves skin texture
  • Reduces fine lines and wrinkles
  • Tightens skin
  • Improves uneven pigmentation

To determine if you qualify for treatment. Dr. Devlin can perform a thorough examination and evaluate your unique cosmetic goals.

A woman receiving a chemical peel
The chemical peel solution removes the topmost layer of your skin to reveal a more youthful, radiant appearance.

Understanding the Procedure

In Arkansas, chemical peels can come in three levels: light, medium, and deep. Recovery time depends on the intensity and depth of the peel. Dr. Devlin may recommend a mid to deep peel with a 35 percent TCA (trichloroacetic acid), in combination with oral sedation. 

Before beginning your chemical peel treatment, we will thoroughly clean your face and remove any dirt or makeup. We can then carefully apply the solution onto the surface of your face, neck, and décolletage. The treatment time will depend upon the level of the peel. A mid to deep peel usually takes less than 30 minutes to perform.

Brighter More Radiant Skin

Devlin Cosmetic Surgery patient before and after chemical peel
After Chemical Peel treatment image

The Recovery Process

Over the course of recovery, the topmost layers of your skin will begin to peel and slough off, revealing fresh supple skin beneath. The extent of your recovery process will vary depending upon the type of chemical peel you receive.

Most patients who undergo a light chemical peel can expect little to no downtime. In the case of medium peels, patients may experience minor swelling and redness. However, this should dissipate within a few days of your procedure. For deeper peels, recovery can take several days to two weeks.

Chemical peels can come in three levels: light, medium, and deep. Recovery time depends on the intensity and depth of the peel.

During the healing process, you should avoid wearing makeup and participating in strenuous activities. It is also vital to wear sunscreen with at least 30 SPF to avoid hyperpigmentation and sun damage. To help you achieve a smooth recovery, our team can provide you with detailed instructions. 

Rejuvenate Your Skin

During your consultation, you and Dr. Devlin will discuss whether a chemical peel may help you achieve your aesthetic plastic surgery goals. We also offer dermaplaning, microneedling, and laser skin resurfacing if this procedure is not ideal for your skin. To set up a time for a consultation, please contact us online, or give us a call at (501)227-8811. If you have further questions about skin resurfacing and chemical peels, you can also refer to our FAQ page.

Plastic surgeon Michael Devlin, M.D.

Devlin Cosmetic Surgery: Michael Devlin, M.D.

Dr. Devlin is a cosmetic surgeon who provides each of his patients with personalized care and a compassionate approach. He offers a range of procedures in an environment where patients feel safe, comfortable, and heard. He is affiliated with organizations such as the:

  • American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery (Fellow)
  • American Society of Cosmetic Breast Surgery
  • American Medical Association
  • Arkansas Medical Society
  • Pulaski County Medical Society

To get started on your plastic surgery journey, fill out our form or call (501) 227-8811.


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