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      Chemical Peels

      Chemical peels treatment

      the application of a chemical solution to the surface of the skin to produce the careful removal of its outer layers.

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      By removing the upper layers of the skin which are often dead or damaged, we can improve the texture and radiance of the skin, and leaving it looking and feeling younger, softer and smoother.


      What is a chemical peel used for?

      Chemical peels are used to treat wrinkles, fine lines, discolored skin and scars, dark spotsand acne — usually on the face.


      In most cases, chemical peels are performed with no anesthesia or mild local numbing. For patients who are receiving deeper chemical peels, mild sedative medication may be used on the day of the procedure.

      What Should I Expect
      After My Chemical Peel?

      When chemical peel is done correctly by a professional and the right chemical peel solution is used for your skin type, you should see really good results with minimal discomfort and downtime. Below are the top things you should expect after your first chemical peel.

      Side Effects are Common, but They Should be Mild & Short-Lived

      There’s a common misconception out there that chemical peels are really painful or the side effects are severe. Each person will react differently to skin treatments of all kinds, but for the most part, the side effects following chemical peels should be mild and healing should be completed within two weeks.

      Your Skin Will Peel

      It is called a peel for a reason. The chemical is applied to peel away the existing layer of skin. After three to five days, you’ll start to see the skin peeling away. This should be similar to how your skin flakes away after a sunburn. You should gently remove the flakes when cleaning your face, but avoid pulling or picking at the peeling skin as this can cause irritation and increase the risk for infection.

      One Treatment is Great, but Multiple Chemical Peels Deliver Maximum Results

      Many people think they’ll achieve the results they want after just one chemical peel. It usually takes several treatment sessions to see the desired outcomes. Most people notice some improvement after their first chemical peel, but with multiple treatments over the span of several months, patients will be astonished by how much better their skin looks.


      You May Need to Skip the Cosmetics for Awhile

      For the first  1-2 weeks, you should not use any makeup. Chemicals and other substances in cosmetics can unnecessarily irritate the skin and prolong the healing process.

      Don’t Skip the Sunscreen!

      Sunscreen is a must every day, but following a chemical peel, sun protection is even more essential. The skin is more sensitive to damage from the sun’s UVA/B rays. You should avoid exposure to the sun immediately after your treatment, and apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher before going outdoors.  Additionally, keeping the treated area physically shielded from the sun by wearing hats, scarves, or other protective coverings may be recommended after your chemical peel.

      Be Patient – True Results Take Time

      Our patients are always reminded that changes to the skin take a long time to accumulate, so it shouldn’t be surprising that it takes time to correct irregularities and damage. Cosmetic procedures do not restore youth overnight. The results of your chemical peel treatment plan will depend on the time you invest and your commitment to consistent treatment and at-home care. Be patient. If you’re concerned that a peel hasn’t had the desired effect, contact your dermatologist or ask about your results during your follow up visit.

      It usually takes several treatment sessions to see the desired outcomes. Most people notice some improvement after their first chemical peel, but with multiple treatments over the span of several months, patients will be astonished by how much better their skin looks

      Active ingredients

      • Glutathione – a deeply effective antioxidant which helps renew and refresh skin cells deep in the epidermis, to improve the overall health of the skin and reduce the impact of sun damage, pollution and other impurities.
      • Kojic acid – used to increase collagen and elastin production in the skin, creating brightened and tightened skin and reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
      • Trichloroacetic acid (TCA) – a well researched and proven skin peeling ingredient that exfoliates the top layers of skin effectively.
      • Retinoic acid – reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and evens out pigmentation issues in the skin.
      • Salicylic acid – exfoliates the top layers of the skin and helps to avoid skin inflammation.
      • Mandelic Acid – derived from bitter almonds. It’s an AHA that’s been mostly studied for use with acne. AHAs are natural and synthetic ingredients that provide skin care benefits ranging from exfoliation to increasing hydration and firmness.
      • Combination of various vitamins and minerals including vitamin C to help create glowing, soft and healthy-looking results.

      Price list

      • BioRePeelCl3 full face

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