Rough Skin Texture
Rough skin texture issues tend to be associated with sun damage – though it can result from a range of different problems. In some cases, it results from menopause which sees a drop in oestrogen. This causes the skin to thin. It can also result from a lack of oils, meaning the skin is no longer lubricated.
Whatever the cause, a rough skin texture tends to be a build-up of dead skin cells. Our skin naturally sheds these, but as we grow older, it becomes far less effective at doing so.
Luxe Skin’s professional physician, Dr Q, can offer several effective treatments for handling a rough skin texture. These are minimally invasive and can quickly resolve the issue, though the choice of treatment will always depend on your needs.
The primary treatments for rough skin are chemical peels and Microneedling.
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Dr Q can apply a light chemical peel treatment. Chemical peels involve the use of a mix of acids and other solutions to strip away dead skin cells and vary in strength depending on needs. This ‘evens’ out the skin, giving it a softer tone. When it comes to dead skin, a light chemical peel will usually be applied. A light chemical peel has a minimal recovery time, and, in most cases, people can continue their day without issue.