Chemical Peels

Chemical peel is helpful for wrinkles, light acne scarring and irregular pigmentation such as freckles and age spots. Pre-cancerous conditions such as keratoses (thick, rough, reddish growths) also respond well to this procedure.

There are several types of chemical peels:

  • Light peels to remove superficial wrinkles
  • Medium peels
  • Deep peels for more severe conditions.

After thoroughly cleansing the skin, a small applicator is used to apply the chemical solution to an area of the face. Excess solution is removed and the procedure is repeated on other areas.

The amount of improvement varies and depends upon the initial condition of the patient’s skin. Significant improvement of damaged skin has been achieved, which can produce dramatic results.

Glycolic Peel

Helps smooth lines, exfoliate the skin, and reduce pigmentation. glycolic peels benefit all skin types and conditions. Results include the evening of pigmentation, reduction of fine lines and wrinkles, removal of sun damage, and is a semi-aggressive acne treatment.


Salicylic Peel

Salycylic acid benefits those skin types that are mature, oily or acne prone, have acne scarring or pigmented thick skin that needs to de-breed. Results include refined pores, reduced facial oils and blemishes, removal of dead skin cells and debris, reduction of fine lines and wrinkles, evening of the skin tone and color and an increase in collagen formation. Salicylic acid is one of the most  effective ingredients to combat the cause of facial oil, acne, blemishes as well as the rejuvenation of cells.


Trichloracetic Acid Peels  (TCA)

These peels can be used to decrease moderate, hypermigmentation, fine lines, small scars and wrinkles. TCA Strong is for fine lines, deep wrinkles, and signs of severe aging. Provides a medium depth exfoliation.

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