About Our Chemical Peels
- Anti-Aging, soften fine lines and wrinkles
- Restores a more even skin tone
- Eliminates P. acnes bacteria and lighten acne scars
- Brightens dark areas and acne spots
- Soothes inflammation and redness
- Smooths away rough skin and reduce age spots and sun damage
What Can I Do If I Seem to Have Redness/Chapping in The Skin During the Peeling Process and It Is Uncomfortable?
The skin is irritated and needs to heal and rehydrate to normal levels. You can use Aquaphor to help heal the irritated skin in that area.
Can I Peel the Skin That Is Hanging During the Peeling Process?
No. NEVER PULL BACK on the skin that is shedding. It is recommended to use a small cuticle scissor to trim the exfoliating skin. You can also go and wash the face to help gently remove the hanging skin. If washing the face multiple times a day, be sure to add moisture back to the skin by applying the Post Peel Protectant or coconut oil. You also MUST use the SPF 50+ to protect the skin during and after the exfoliation process.
I Feel as Though I Am Very Dry During or After My Peeling Process. Is There Anything Else I Can Use?
It is recommended to use Aquaphor or coconut oil once the peeling has begun if you are extremely dry (starting day 3-4).
How Many Days After a Peel Can I Start Exercising?
You need to refrain from activities that raise the body temperature significantly and can induce sweating for 72-96 hours (3-4 days). Inducing excessive perspiration/sweating may cause blistering or post inflammatory hyperpigmentation in the skin.
How Many Times a Year Can a Person Have a Chemical Peel Done?
If a series is recommended, our chemical Peel is suitable to receive every 4-6 weeks as directed by our Practitioner. We will be able to create your own unique skincare plan for your skincare needs. You can also have the Peels quarterly/seasonally and receive four (4) peels a year for the maintenance of healthy skin. For even better results, you may receive chemical peels in conjunction with Micro Needling and PRP.