CHEMICAL PEELS

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WHAT IS A CHEMICAL PEEL?

BENEFITS

BEFORE & AFTER

FAQ

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Target Areas

Anti-aging

Blemishes

Acne

What is a CHEMICAL PEEL?

A chemical peel is a medical-grade solution applied to the skin that peels off to reveal new, smooth, and fresh skin. Chemical peels come in various degrees, depths, and purposes.

Low-Grade Peels can help mild skin issues such as flaking, dryness, and dullness.

Medium-Grade Peels can help skin issues such as pigmentation and breakouts.

High-Grade Peels can help skin issues such as scarring, wrinkles, and pigmentation.

Benefits

  • Reduces fine lines & wrinkles
  • Shrinks enlarged pores and blackheads
  • Fades stretch marks
  • Balances Oily skin or Dry skin
  • Decreases sun damage
  • Evens out hyperpigmentation
  • Treats some acne and acne scars 
  • Brightens dull-looking skin complexion
  • Improves the appearance of mild scars
  • Improves age spots and brown spots

Before & After

FAQ’S

Treatment Expectation

After a Chemical Peel, your skin will temporarily feel sensitive to the sun and the elements. Protect your skin with a broad-spectrum sunscreen, hats, and other apparel that protects you from the weather.

Treatment Steps
  1. Your face is cleaned & prepped with a cleanser.
  2. Your Aesthetican gently passes a hand-held microdermabrasion wand all over your skin and buffs away a thin layer to reveal smooth, vibrant, glowing skin.
  3. Most people feel a burning and stinging sensation during a chemical peel that can last about five to ten minutes, depending on the grade of the chemical peel. 
  4. Your face is cooled, cleansed, and moisturized before you are sent home. 
Aftercare Instruction

After a Chemical Peel, your skin will temporarily feel sensitive; therefore, we recommend a broad-spectrum sunscreen and temporarily staying away from extreme weather elements.

Your skin will gradually peel in the coming day like a sunburn, revealing fresh, glowing skin. Peels generally last three to seven days which involves redness and scaling.

High-grade peels can include swelling, blistering, crust, discolouration, and peeling over seven to 14 days.

Complications included

  • Temporary or permanent discolouration
  • Low risk of scarring
Treatment Downtime

Yes, the downtime will be dependent on the grade of chemical peel, which can last anywhere from 3 days to a 14 days.

Treatment Shelf life
The results of a chemical depend on a few factors, including the clients’ skin, purpose, and the grade of the chemical peel. Generally, the effects of chemical peels can last for one month to the rest of your life.
Treatment Frequency

Low-grade peels may be repeated at one to four-week intervals, and high-grade peels may be repeated at 6-12 month intervals

PRICE

150

Low-Grade

180

High-Grade

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