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Chemical Peel

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Chemical Peel

You should consider getting a chemical peel if you want to improve the texture and tone of your skin, reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, age spots, acne, and sun damage, as well as boost collagen production, all in one treatment. By removing the outermost layers of dead skin cells, a chemical peel can leave you with smoother, brighter, and more youthful-looking skin.

How It Works

A chemical peel works by applying a chemical solution to the skin, which causes the outermost layers of dead skin cells to peel off, revealing fresh, new skin underneath. The chemical solution used can vary in strength and composition depending on the desired level of exfoliation and the specific skin concerns being addressed.

Consultation and Treatment

The depth and intensity of the peel depend on the type of peel and the individual’s skin type and sensitivity. The process typically takes about 30-45 minutes, and the new skin that is revealed is often smoother, brighter, and more even in tone and texture. The skin may be temporarily sensitive or reddened after the peel, but with proper aftercare, the results can last for several weeks or even months.

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What to Expect During/After Treatment

During a chemical peel, you can expect your skin to be thoroughly cleansed and prepped before the chemical solution is applied. The strength and composition of the solution used will depend on the type of peel and your individual skin concerns. You may feel a mild burning or tingling sensation as the solution is applied, which should subside within a few minutes. Depending on the intensity of the peel, you may experience some redness and mild swelling immediately after the treatment. The entire process usually takes about 30-45 minutes, and you may be able to resume your normal activities immediately afterward. Your skin may feel sensitive for a few days following the treatment, and you should avoid using harsh skincare products or exposing your skin to direct sunlight during this time.