Renew Aesthetics

Chemical Peel

Improve Uneven Skin Tone and Texture

Reveal Regenerated and Smooth Skin

Has too much sun exposure taken a toll on your skin? Are you an individual that struggles with acne, uneven skin tones, fine lines, or wrinkles? If so, chemical peels are a non-invasive way of treating these conditions.

A chemical peel is a body treatment technique used to improve and smooth the texture of the facial skin using a chemical solution that causes dead skin to eventually peel off. The regenerated skin is usually smoother and less wrinkled than the old skin. This treatment produces great results for uneven skin tone, uneven texture, hyperpigmentation, fine lines, wrinkles, pores, and acne.

Chemical Peel Facts

A chemical peel is an acid applied to the skin surface, to loosen the build-up of dead skin cells.
The most common acids used are alpha-hydroxy acids (AHA) or beta-hydroxy acids (BHA). These acids are used for light to medium depth peels. Trichloroacetic acids (TCA) are used for medium to deep peels. Phenol peels are deep peels that usually require anesthesia and should only be performed by Plastic Surgeons or Dermatologists. In out clinic we use medical grade peels, and perform many Trichloroacetic Acid TCA, and Jessner Peels, which are combination of acids.
Chemical peels improve uneven skin tone, uneven texture, they also lighten hyper pigmentation, minimize fine lines and wrinkle and pores. They also are good for treating and improving acne.
The skin is cleansed and is degreased with a prepping solution; the acid is then applied in a single layer or multiple layers depending on what acid is used. The peels we use in our clinic are self- neutralizing and are left on, and specialty serums, masks and SPF are applied.
The skin will feel warm and tight. You will notice the skin is pink or red. In the next few days to a week, you will notice the skin starting to peel. Let the skin peel on its own, do not pull the skin off as this can cause scarring. Apply a moisturizer if advised.
Usually, peels are done in a series of six to eight treatments, every two to four weeks apart. Depending on what conditions you are treating.

he cost varies depending on what type of peel is used. Come in and we will do a skin analysis to determine which peel will work best for you and your skin care needs.

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