Types of Chemical Peels
Who is this for?
Chemical peels are an excellent procedure to improve the look and feel of skin. They are generally used to correct of these main skin conditions amoung others:
- Acne or acne scars
- Age and liver spots
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Irregular skin pigmentation/Hyperpigmentation
- Rough skin and scaly patches
- Sun-damaged skin
Chemical Peel FAQ
Do you have questions about Chemical Peels? You can find answers to the most frequently asked questions below:
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What are the complications & possible side effects
There is a very tiny risk of scaring in certain areas of the face, if this does happen, it can usually be treated with good results.
How long does the peeling last?
Right after the peel, your skin will feel tight and may be a little red. Visible peeling will be light and fluffy and can be easily controlled with moisturizer. Peeling usually lasts 3-5 days, depending on the specific peel treatment.
Who is not the right candidate for a Chemical Peel?
- Nursing or pregnant women
- Eczema, dermatitis or rosacea patients
- People with recently bleached, waxed & threaded skin
- Women on birth control