woman getting chemical peels

Chemical Peels

“Embrace the Glow Within”

Revitalize your skin's natural radiance through the art of chemical peels, a proven and customizable approach to skin rejuvenation.
This transformative procedure involves the application of a carefully chosen solution to the skin's surface, which gently exfoliates the outer layers. As a result, the dull and damaged skin cells are shed, revealing a fresher, more even complexion beneath.

They effectively address a variety of skin issues such as fine lines, wrinkles, sun damage, uneven pigmentation, and acne scars. By encouraging the skin's natural healing process, chemical peels stimulate collagen production and promote cellular turnover, leading to improved texture and a youthful glow.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What skin concerns do chemical peels address?

    Chemical peels are versatile and can address various concerns such as fine lines, wrinkles, sun damage, acne scars, uneven skin tone, and texture irregularities.

  • How does a chemical peel work?

    The chemical solution applied during the peel causes controlled damage to the skin's outer layers. This triggers the skin's natural healing process, promoting cellular turnover, collagen production, and ultimately revealing rejuvenated skin.

  • Are there different kinds of chemical peels?

    Yes, there are different types of chemical peels, ranging from mild to more intensive options. The depth of the peel and the type of solution used vary based on your skin's needs and the desired results.

  • Are chemical peels suitable for all skin types?

    Chemical peels can be customized to suit different skin types and concerns. Your skincare professional will evaluate your skin and recommend the most appropriate peel for your specific needs.

  • How long do the results last?

    The results of a chemical peel are not permanent, but they can be long-lasting. Proper skincare and sun protection can help maintain the results over time.

  • Are there any risks?

    While chemical peels are generally safe, some risks include temporary redness, peeling, and potential for hyperpigmentation or scarring if not done properly. Your practitioner will discuss potential risks and benefits before the procedure.

“Chemical peels are a chemical exfoliation triggers the body’s own healing and renewal process. Plan on some downtime to recover, but there’s nothing sharp involved!”

— DR. HOLADAY