Wrinkles, fine lines, skin discoloration, scars, and acne are common skin concerns that affect millions of people. Over-the-counter skincare products are often ineffective at treating these concerns; however, chemical peels provide patients with effective and visible results. Chemical peels, or facial peels, are an accelerated form of exfoliation, that is induced by a chemical agent which is applied to the skin to remove the damaged outer layers of the skin.
The peels help lighten, tighten, and brighten the skin, which enhances and smooths the texture of the skin.
How does it work?
During a chemical peel, we will apply the exfoliant acid first to the thicker areas of skin, such as the chin, nose, and cheeks, before applying it to the thinner areas around the eyes and mouth.
After the chemical peel, we may use cool saline compresses to remove any remaining exfoliant.
Chemical peels often cause redness and peeling, which may take 1–2 weeks to go away. It is important to keep the face dry and not to shower or use face wash for the first 24 hours.
- Improves sink texture
- Reveals healthy, glowing, fresh skin
- Removes dead skin cells
- Lighten unwanted pigment and even out skin tone
- Increase collagen & elastin
- Lighten acne blemishes and prevent future breakouts
- Removes surface damage
- Softens lines & wrinkles
- Improves elasticity
- Fades sun damage & brown spots
- Evens skin tone
- Clears the complexion
- Diminishes acne
Chemical Peels Treatment at a Glance
Duration of Results
Low. Declare any skin infections
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