Chemical Peel

Do you wish that you could simply peel signs of aging from your skin?

Chemical Peels can do this.

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Chemical Peel can improve skin appearance!

In this treatment, a chemical solution is applied to the skin that causes it to exfoliate and eventually peel off. The new skin is usually smoother and less wrinkled than the old skin and may also be more even in colour.

Conditions that can be treated by Chemical Peel:

  • Acne, Oily skin and Open pores
  • Lines, Wrinkles and Aged skin
  • Scars (Acne or wound)
  • Pigmentation, Melasma
  • Sagging skin
  • Crow’s Feet & Lines around mouth

Peels are a popular cosmetic procedure. Peels are a quick, simple, and safe procedure with nice results and minimal down time.

Many people are scared of peels because of the images of burned faces of many years ago. However, chemical peels have been around for many years, and they are today a safe and non-invasive treatment option for acne, acne scars, aging and sun damaged skin.

Today, with the public’s increasing interest in rejuvenating skin and slowing the effects of the aging process, chemical peeling has emerged as an exciting anti-aging procedure.
Results of chemical peels may also be enhanced by new laser/light-based rejuvenation techniques (Photo-Rejuvenation).

What can a chemical peel do?

Chemical peeling is used to treat fine lines, especially under the eyes and around the mouth. Wrinkles caused by sun damage, aging, and hereditary factors can be reduced or even eliminated with this procedure.

Mild scarring and certain types of acne may also be treated with chemical peels. In addition, pigmentation of the skin in the form of sun spots, age spots, liver spots, freckles, blotchiness due to taking birth control pills, and skin that is dull in texture and color may be improved with chemical peeling. Areas of sun-damaged skin and scaling patches may improve after chemical peeling as well. Sunscreens and sun blocks must be used in conjunction with chemical peels in order to decrease the chance of the reappearance of lesions.

Are chemical peels painful?

During the procedure, most patients experience a warm to hot sensation that may last about five to ten minutes, followed by a stinging sensation but it doesn’t cause a great deal of pain. The gentlest peels use alpha-hydroxy, glycolic, lactic or fruit acids are also gentle. They may cause stinging, redness, irritation and crusting but as the skin begins to adjust all these problems will lessen.

What can I expect after having a chemical peel?

Superficial peels require one to seven days to heal. Treated skin will initially be red and may scale. Moisturizing lotion or cream should be applied until the skin heals, followed by daily use of sunscreen. Makeup can usually be worn the next day.

A chemical peel can diminish many signs of aging on the face as well as the hands, neck, and chest. 

An ideal candidate for a chemical peel is in good physical health, understands the procedure, and has realistic expectations of the outcome.

You are likely to be pleased with the results of a chemical peel if your goal is to alleviate acne, smooth wrinkles, improve skin texture, eliminate age spots, or reduce the effects of sun damage.

​The different types of chemical peels come in varying strengths and provide different levels of treatment.

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