Chemical Skin Peel

Chemical Peels are one of the most popular, non-invasive cosmetic procedures performed to rejuvenate the appearance of the skin and give the complexion a boost – used on the face, neck, backs, chests and hands. Peels can be a simple, fast and highly effective way to achieve radiant skin for a special event and can also be used to dramatically lessen the effects of more serious skin conditions.

A Chemical Peel simply removes a layer of damaged skin from the face by a chemical reaction to reveal a newer, healthier layer. The chemical solution applied causes trauma to the epidermis of the skin, which causes the outer layers to peel away. When the skin begins to heal, increased cell growth produces new, healthier skin layers that give the skin a more youthful appearance. We offer five different types of peel and during your consultation advice will be offered on choosing the correct peel for your concerns.


Chemical peels have been proven to: - Improve the texture and appearance of skin - Reduce lines and wrinkles under the eyes and mouth area - Pose as anti aging and sun damage treatment of wrinkles treat acne scars - Proven acne treatment - Reduce age spots, freckles and dark spots from pregnancy also known as a condition called melasma.

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FAQ on Chemical Skin Peel

1Is a Chemical Peel Right for Me?
If you are looking to improve the texture and appearance of your skin due to damage from aging, the sun, acne, acne scarring, or dark spots from pregnancy, you are a good candidate for a face peel. You are NOT a good candidate for a chemical peel if any of the following apply at the peel site: Infection or disease, Cut or broken skin, Sunburn, Currently have an active, Herpes simplex 1 sore, If you are nursing or pregnant, If you have taken Accutane in last 6 months, If you currently have Psoriasis, Eczema, Dermatitis or Rosacea. You are not a suitable candidate if you have used any of the following drugs in the last 48 hours: Retin-A, Renova, Prescription skin care products, Products that contain ascorbic acid, bleaching or skin-lightening agents, Other acid products.
2How Do I Prepare for a Chemical Peel?
Always prepare your skin for at least 2 weeks prior to utilizing a chemical peel for best results. If you are prone to hyper-pigmentation you should use the Fading Gel to help "turn-down" the melanin production in your skin.