chemical peels

Chemical peel is a process of applying a safe and effective chemical solution to the skin to give you a deep exfoliate, allowing your skin to shed the upper layer(s), revealing your new, healthy skin. This procedure helps diminish the signs of aging on the face as well as the hands, neck, and chest. A chemical peel treatment can help improve skins appearance. During this treatment, a chemical solution is applied to the skin, and will eventually peel off. The new skin is then usually smoother and less wrinkled than the skin that was peeled off. Chemical peels can be performed on the neck, or hands, not only the face and may improve sun damage.

chemical peels FAQ

What should I expect during treatment?

Skin is cleaned using a degreaser to ensure there are no oils left on the surface. The chemical is then applied and remains on the surface for just a minute. There may be a mild stinging, but it is only temporary and goes away after just a few minutes.

Why did I not experience any peeling after my peel?

The amount of peeling will vary. Regardless of how much peeling you experience, the skin is still shedding at a rapid rate. This shedding is improving the skin tone and texture and promoting the fine lines and uneven pigmentation.

Schedule a chemical peel Appointment

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  • types of chemical peels
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