As we age, life begins to take a toll on our skin –sun and environmental damage, hyperpigmentation and toxins all combine to make us look less youthful. Whether you have wrinkles, fine lines, age spots or other skin issues, chemical peels can give you the glowing skin you desire. Chemical peels remove the top layer of rough, aging or sun-damaged skin to reveal a new layer underneath by shedding damaged skin. Chemical peels work especially well for removing fine lines under eyes and around the mouth. Chemical peels also work very well for age spots, freckles, crow’s feet, hyperpigmentation, and melasma.
Treatments last about 30 minutes, and the peeling lasts from 3-5 days as your old skin turns into soft, supple new skin.
If you have uneven skin tones, a Glycolic peel makes your face appear more balanced. It contains vitamin C and Glycolic acid, which refines the texture and uneven tones of sun-damaged skin. Its anti-inflammatory and exfoliating agents improve hyperpigmentation and accelerate the renewal of your skin cells.
A MicroPeel is the lightest type of professional peels. We apply a chemical irritant to your face and then remove dead skin cells during a dermaplane procedure. The next step involves applying a Gycolic acid solution of up to 50 percent, followed by a moisturizing cream.
You can anticipate seeing visible results from these procedures in about two weeks. It is important to avoid the sun during your healing time. The MicroPeel treatment may need to be repeated several times to achieve your desired results. After the first several sessions, results typically last for up to three months.
We understand that you have many options when it comes to beauty products and treatments. We invite you to request a free consultation to learn more about how this simple outpatient procedure can give you beautiful skin. Whether you have a big event coming up like a wedding or just want to look your best for day-to-day life, we’re here to help.
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