Skin cells naturally turnover every 18 to 20 days in our youth, resulting in healthy, radiant skin. This process slows down as we age which can give us a dull lackluster appearance. Chemical peels are a skin treatment that can stimulate cell turnover to give back that radiant glow. This treatment targets a variety of skin concerns, including discoloration, uneven tone and texture, dullness, and enlarged pore appearance. This peel can reduce the appearance of stubborn discoloration and promote collagen production while improving texture, smoothness and hydration. Our medical staff will customize a peel to effectively treat your skin.
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- What do I need to know before my Chemical Peel?
- Chemical peels cannot be performed on skin that is tan or burned from sun exposure. Self-tanner should not be used 1 week prior to your peel. Discontinue the use of any topical prescription medications 7 days before treatment, for example: Retin-A, Trilumen, Differin, etc.
You may not be a candidate if you are taking certain oral medications like steroids or Accutane. Pregnant or women who are nursing should not be treated.
- What should I expect after my Chemical Peel?
- Peels typically cause little to no discomfort, minimal flaking, and your skin will be glowing and healthy looking following your treatment.
- Can Chemical Peels be combined with other treatments?
- Yes. Clients often benefit from combining chemical peels with other anti-aging treatments. During your consultation, the appropriate treatment plan to achieve your desired results will be discussed with you.
- Chemical Peels Are Effective for Treating:
- Hormonal Skin
- Dull Skin
- Acne Prone Skin
- Dry Skin
- Aging Skin
- Areas Eligible For Treatment: