Light Jessner Peel
This peel can be used to lighten superficial hyperpigmentation and to treat acne, photo-damaged and aging skin.
Medium Mylasma Peel
This medium peel is a type of chemical peel that can be used to treat dark spots. The chemical solution applied to the affected area causes the top layer of skin to shed, removing with it the unwanted melanin causing the dark patches.
Deep TCA Peel
Trichloroacetic (TCA) is a deep chemical peel used to treat a wide range of skin concerns including signs of aging, sun damage, hyperpigmentation and scarring. It offers significant improvements to the skin’s appearance.
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What should I expect from my chemical peel?
You will immediately see brighter, fresher looking skin and a more refined complexion. Although you will see results after one peel, monthly peels are recommended for maintenance. Remember, peeling of the skin doesn’t necessarily mean results. You will still reap the benefits from your Medical-Grade Chemical Peel if you don’t peel.
How often should I get a chemical peel?
In order to obtain optimal results, we typically suggest scheduling your next Medical-Grade Peel in one month, followed by a package of treatments based on your provider’s recommendation. Light peels are typically spaced out every 21 days and deep peels every 30 days.
What do I do post treatment?
The peel may bring underlying breakouts to the surface of the skin. Some things get worse before they get better. Areas of hyperpigmentation may darken and then peel off. If you do experience darkening of the skin and excessive peeling, this is normal and typically resolves within one week.
Can I get a chemical Peel while I’m pregnant?
No. We recommend avoiding Medical-Grade Peels during pregnancy.