Do you ever wish you could peel back that top layer of sun-damaged, dull, uneven skin to reveal a flawless, fresher, and brighter complexion? A chemical peel may be the answer you've been searching for.
What exactly is a Chemical Peel?
During a chemical peel treatment, a chemical solution (usually an acid) is applied and absorbed into the uppermost layers of the skin. The combination and the concentration of acids determine how deep a peel penetrates. The solution is then removed after a period of time depending on the type of chemical peel used. This causes the skin to peel, lifting off sun damage and superficial layers of dead, dull skin. This process makes way for new, healthy, glowing skin.
You will LOVE the benefits of this process! Chemical peel benefits include, but are not limited to, diminished fine lines and wrinkles, reduced hyperpigmentation, increased efficacy of other skincare products, and can prevent acne breakouts. Improvement in pore size, skin tone, and texture can also be expected.
NEW NEW NEW
Over the past several months, we have been testing and researching chemical peels. We wanted to provide our clients with a peel option that combined multiple acids to maximize your results with the fewest side effects. That is exactly what we have found in our two new options: The Correction Peel and The Clear Peel.
The Correction Peel
This medium-depth peel is a great option for those with hyperpigmentation, melasma, fine lines/wrinkles, dull-uneven skin, and post-acne pigment.
This peel will absorb into the deeper layers of the skin, resulting in slightly more downtime than The Clear Peel. This will trigger natural cell regeneration and address the issues mentioned, giving you a restored complexion.
The Clear Peel
This light to medium-depth peel is a great option for those with large pores, dry/oily/combination skin, uneven pigment, and/or acne . This peel is a great “reset” for your skin. It will leave you feeling more polished, radiant, and youthful. Expect improvement in your overall skin tone, acne breakouts, pore size, and fine lines and wrinkles. You know that healthy, bright, hydrated look we all want... yeah, expect that.
The Clear Peel will still cause some peeling, but the “downtime” is less than The Correction Peel.
Fun fact: This peel can be combined with microneedling to allow the ingredients to penetrate deeper into the skin to enhance the effects and give even better results.
As always, our highly-skilled estheticians will evaluate your skin to make sure this is a good option and help you choose the right peel for your skin.