Tori Spelling Has Undergone Chemical Peel Treatment
Photos of actress and reality TV star Tori Spelling have emerged showing the 42-year-old with inflamed skin as she left a medical spa last week, causing many to speculate that Tori has undergone a chemical peel treatment.
The former 90210 actress left Calabasas Medical Spa with a very blotchy and red face after undergoing three cosmetic treatments at the spa: a chemical peel, a microdermabrasion facial and eyebrow waxing, according to reports.
The star, who seems to be committed to maintaining a youthful glow, departed the building with visible signs of irritation to her facial tissue.
“It doesn’t surprise me that Tori has undergone a chemical peel treatment,” explains Dr. Alice Hudson-Peacock, a cosmetic doctor at Canterbury Skin & Laser Clinic. “Tori is just one in a long list of celebrities that have undergone chemical peel treatment to reverse the signs of sun damage and hold back the hands of time.”
“At our clinic we see a lot of patients opting for chemical peel treatments at this time of year. After the summer holiday period has ended, many patients suffer with skin dulling or the development of age spots as a result of sun damage; although a chemical peel cannot undo the damage patients have caused to their skin, the treatment can improve the appearance of the skin,” she concludes.
Chemical peels come in a wide array of forms and strengths, from at-home treatment to medical prescription peels. However, if you are looking to create a noticeable improvement to the condition to your skin it’s often a good idea to seek professional assistance. This will allow you to tackle a wide range of skin issues, whilst ensuring that your skin is in the best possible hands.
CS&LC provide patients with medical prescription peels. The strength of medical prescription peel that is right for you will depend very much on the condition of your skin and the level of results that you wish to achieve, this is a subject that will be discussed in more depth during your consultation. These peels come in three strengths that are designed with different levels of skin damage in mind.
– If you are suffering with slight skin dulling and minor sun damage, a superficial peel may be the best fit.
– On the other hand, if you have noticed areas of hyperpigmentation, age spots and sun damage within your skin, than a medium strength peel might be the best option for you.
– Finally, if you have more severe signs of sun damage and deep set lines and wrinkles, a deep peel might be the solution for you.
Although there are an array of benefits that medical prescription peels can provide patients with, there are also some risks and potential side-effect to the treatment that patients need to be aware of. For example medical prescription peels come with risks including infection, scarring and skin discoloration. These are factors that should be researched by all patients considering the treatment, and factored into their decision making process. In addition to this, patients with darker skin tones should also approach medical prescription peel treatment with caution. This is because the skin that is revealed by the treatment can often be a lighter shade than the patient’s natural skin tone, this is more noticeable on patients with darker skin tones. This is a side-effect that improves over time as the skin tone evens out, but should still be carefully considered by those patients with darker skin tones.
If you are considering medical prescription peel treatment then it is vital that you entrust your treatment with an experienced and qualified cosmetic professional. If you would like to learn more about medical prescription peel treatment with Canterbury Skin & Laser Clinic, book your consultation today. We cover Dover, Kent, Canterbury, Ashford and Broadstairs, as well as Folkestone, Margate, Ramsgate, Hythe, Whitstable, Faversham, Sittingbourne, Sheppy and Maidstone.