Chemical Peel

A chemical peel involves applying a chemical solution to the skin, causing the top layers to peel off, revealing smoother, younger-looking skin underneath. They are typically performed on the face, although other parts of the body, such as the neck and hands, can be treated as well. There are different strengths of chemical peels, from mild to deep, and they can be customized to address specific skin concerns. There are a number of benefits that can be gained by the skin from chemical peels. Using chemical peels to remove dead skin cells, chemical peels can improve skin texture, tone, and radiance while also reducing the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation. It is important to consult a qualified skincare professional before undergoing a chemical peel, even though chemical peels are generally safe.



A peel’s strength and the type of skin an individual determines the duration of treatment.

Downtime can vary depending on the strength of the peel, with milder peels requiring little to no downtime, while deeper peels may require several days of downtime.

The frequency of chemical peels can vary depending on the individual’s skin type and concerns, but most people can safely receive a peel every 4-6 weeks.

A chemical peel may cause some discomfort or a stinging sensation during the treatment, but this is usually temporary.


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