FAQs about Chemical Peels
Based on your professional skin analysis, a chemical peel can be prescribed. Chemical peels are effective when performed in a series on a regular basis. Therefore we offer incentive pricing and packages to complete the series so you get the most out of your treatment.
The purpose of a chemical peel is to stimulate the skin’s repair mechanism which in turn generates new collagen production, resurfaces the texture, removes unhealthy skin cells, stimulate cellular turnover, helps maintain moisture, rebuilds vascularity so more nutrients can feed the cells and evens out skin tone. The skin becomes more supple and moist, thus reducing the depth visibility of fine lines.
A series of 4 to 6 office procedures with no downtime are recommended in 2 to 4 week intervals (depending on your skin type).
An exclusive 4- step epidermal chemical peel consists of:
- Deep Cleansing
- Dermaplaning to remove dead cellular layers
- An alpha-hydroxy acid solution is applied to the skin. after the desired level of exfoliation is reached, the solution is neutralized.
- A freezing process called Cryogenic Therapy immediately relieves inflammation and cools the skin.