Give the Gift of Radiant Skin with TPMG Hampton Roads Center for Dermatology

With shorter days and cooler temperatures, winter is the perfect time for skin maintenance. Exfoliate and revitalize the skin with a chemical peel or pigmentation treatment. This restorative treatment removes the outer layer of the skin and stimulates production of new, healthier skin cells, resulting in more supple, brighter, and even looking skin. We ask that you give your skin time to heal after this service and avoid direct sunlight that may increase photosensitivity.  Another great reason why winter is the ideal time to take care of your skin!

For each procedure, Valerie Harvey, MD, MPH, FAAD has paired her recommended products to enhance and restore your healthy, youthful glow! Synchronizing these skincare regimens can reap major benefits by removing dead or damaged tissues and maximizing the results of each product.

For more questions on individual procedures, products, or pricing please contact TPMG Hampton Roads Center for Dermatology  at (757) 232-8856 .

About Dr. Valerie M. Harvey, MD, MPH

TPMG board certified dermatologist, Valerie M. Harvey, MD, MPH, has over a decade of experience specializing in treating common and uncommon skin conditions. Her past research efforts have focused on gaps in melanoma outcomes and the use of dermatology services among the underserved. She is an active leader in the dermatologic community and serves on numerous boards for the American Academy of Dermatology and Skin of Color Society. She continues to stay abreast of the latest research and advances in technology in the industry.

Dr. Harvey is located in Newport News at the TPMG Hampton Roads Center for Dermatology.

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