What is a Chemical Peel?
Chemical peel is a skin-resurfacing procedure in which a chemical solution is applied to the skin to remove the top layers. It is a treatment using diverse natures of acids to achieve varying levels of exfoliation on the skin
The new, regenerated skin is usually smoother and less wrinkled than the old skin.
During the peel process, the chemicals cause a reaction with the skin and dissolve the outer layers of dead skin to help even the skin tone and texture and promote the building of collagen
What are the Benefits of Chemical Peel?
- Stimulating new collagen and healthy skin cell growth, resulting in a radiant complexion
- Reducing discoloration caused by sun damage
- Helping to clear up breakouts
- Smoothing away the look of fine lines and wrinkles
- Improving dehydrated or dull-looking skin complexion, and uneven skin tone and texture
- Addressing visible skin imperfections and scars
Frequently asked questions
You will notice a visible improvement in your skin after one peel, but best results are obtained with multiple treatments over time. Just as it takes time for skin damage to accumulate, it also takes time to reverse it.
A light, or superficial, peel produces results that usually last between one and two months. A medium peel’s results will last between two and six months, and the results of a deep peel last forever.
Wet skin for at least 12-24 hours after peel is applied. No water, no products, no moisturizers, no make-up. This includes hot showers, saunas, and sweaty cardiovascular exercise. … Just use a light, gentle moisturizer and let the skin do what it wants to do naturally.