Healthy, beautiful skin should be achievable at any age
Chemical peels are a popular skin treatment for those looking to rejuvenate and revive their skin. As you age, skin can begin to appear dull and lifeless and chemical peel treatments are an efficient and effective way to combat this. Chemical peels can be used on your face, neck and hands and are a popular choice for individuals looking to rejuvenate skin or lessen the appearance of an existing skin condition.
Chemical Peel Treatment.
If you’re looking to achieve smooth, flawless skin, chemical peels are an excellent choice. Designed to literally peel away the top layers of skin, afterwards you’re left with a smooth, glowing, younger looking complexion. They come in three different strengths to suit everyone, and as well as eliminating dead skin cells, they also encourage the growth of new ones. Most commonly used to even out the skin tone and eliminate age spots, chemical peels rarely require much downtime and they’re renowned for their exceptional results.
Three different types of Chemical Peels to choose from
The three different types of chemical peels we offer include:
- Superficial – This lowest strength peel is designed to treat the epidermis, or top layer of skin only. It’s usually left on for just a few minutes, though it can be left for longer depending upon the severity of the damage you’re looking to repair. As it is a low-strength treatment, the side effects are minimal, with the most common being a tight feeling on the skin which can last for a couple of hours.
- Medium – These peels target the middle, as well as the top layers of skin and again they’re typically left on for just a few minutes. As it is a slightly stronger peel, some stinging or burning may be felt during the procedure. You may notice your skin turns red or brown a few days after treatment, but this will clear up within six weeks. It’s worth noting this is a potential side effect, so it’s not guaranteed it will happen.
- Deep – The strongest chemical peel available, it targets the deepest layers of skin and it’s usually left on for a minimum of 30 minutes. This is a more permanent procedure which doesn’t usually need to be repeated. However, it does come with more potential side effects and can be a little more uncomfortable than the superficial and medium peels.