- Take a look at your medical history. Prepare to answer questions about your present and former medical issues, medications you’re taking or have recently taken, and any cosmetic procedures you’ve had.
- Perform a physical examination. We’ll examine your skin and the area to be treated to see which peel would be best for you and how your physical characteristics, such as skin tone and thickness, might affect your outcomes.
- Discuss your expectations. You may discuss your motives, expectations, and potential dangers with us. Make sure you understand how many treatments you’ll require, how long you’ll need to recover, and your outcomes.
Chemical peel treatments are designed to help rejuvenate and refresh your complexion, while improving the overall surface and appearance of skin. This topically applied treatment is ideal for reducing uneven skin tones, fine lines, and so much more. Although some may believe this is a treatment for your face, it’s also great for your neck & hands. Chemical peels are typically performed in a medical aesthetics office, because unless completed by a trained professional, you very well could harm your skin instead of heal it. Our professionals will apply a chemical peel solution that will exfoliate dead skin cells, allowing the new healthy skin cells to appear. This allows fresh and brightened skin to appear, leaving your skin glowing! Chemical peels are great for many, but specifically those who suffer from:
- Acne Scarring
- Fine Lines & Wrinkles
- Sun Damage
- Sun Spots, Age Spots, Freckles
- Sagging Skin
- Uneven Skin Tone
Depending on how severe your case is, and how much correction you are wanting, will determine how many treatments are right for you. Our licensed estheticians are able to evaluate your skin and determine the best treatment plan that will provide the results you are longing for.
During your chemical peel treatment, you may feel a slight tingling sensation, this is completely normal. It’s also good to be aware of the after-effects and care. Since a chemical peel is getting rid of an entire layer of dead skin cells, the newly exposed skin is highly sensitive in the days that follow the treatment. It is best to stay out of the sun, protect your fresh skin, and gently care for your skin. It is also important to note that you may experience some peeling throughout the week to follow. Once fully healed, you can expect bright and radiant skin!