Skin Texture Issues2019-03-10T23:27:41-04:00

Skin Texture Issues

What Causes Skin Texture Issues?

Uneven skin texture is usually a result of excess dead skin cells that build up on the surface of the skin. Certain areas of the skin feel rough or bumpy to the touch and can also give the skin a dull, lackluster appearance. An excess amount of oil in the skin can often disrupt the skin’s natural shedding process, resulting in a build-up of dead skin cells. This often results in areas of roughness. Cell build-up, is also a natural part of the aging process, due to a slow down of collagen production. Sun damage, smoking, dehydration, and a poor skin-care regimen are often major factors in the appearance of dull and uneven skin. Chemical peels, microdermabrasion, and a proper home care regimen can improve the texture.

Skin Texture Treatments Wellesley, MA

Take the First Step – Request A Consultation

Please fill out the form on this page to request a consultation and one of our knowledgeable medical staff members at Krauss Dermatology will reach out to you promptly. You can also call our Wellesley, MA office directly to schedule – (781) 416-3500.

Krauss Dermatology serves the greater Boston area.

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TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR SKIN TEXTURE ISSUES

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