How Do Chemical Peels Work?
A 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, including light peels to remove surface wrinkles, medium peels, and deep peels for more severe conditions. The right peel for you will be determined during your consultation.
Am I a Good Candidate for Chemical Peels?
You’re a good candidate for chemical peels if you have dry, uneven skin tone; fine lines and wrinkles; hyperpigmentation; acne scarring; and other mild to moderate signs of aging.
How Long Does a Typical Treatment Take?
The length of your treatment will depend on the chemical peel you select; however, you can usually expect to spend about 30 minutes in your peel session.
What Results Will I See?*
You should begin to see results from your chemical peel treatment about 2-3 weeks after your session. We recommend scheduling chemical peels about one month before any big event or celebration.
Is There Any Downtime?
If you opt for one of the stronger peels, you should expect to see mild to moderate redness and peeling for the first week after your treatment.
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*Individual Results May Vary