Chemical peels are some of the least invasive/ more conservative skin treatments in dermatology. They work by applying a chemical solution to the skin to remove the top layers- helping lift some fine lines, sun spots, discoloration, and pigmented scars. SChedule your experience
They are most beneficial in helping even out skin tone and often required a series of treatments to achieve desired effects.
What are medical-grade chemical peels?
Chemical peels are used to treat a variety of skin issues like acne, wrinkles, discoloration and to maintain a glowing complexion. Chemical peels come in a variety of strengths and combinations.
It is important to seek the guidance of a professional in a medical environment to achieve the desired results and to avoid severe complications.It is important to understand that when you seek to make a true change with your skin from a professional service like a chemical peel, you’ll also need to be a part of the process.
That means, once a chemical peel is done, or you’re committed to a series of chemical peels for skin correction, you will need to support the process with good skincare at home. A chemical peel will help your skin maximize the benefits of using a quality skincare system at home.
Another important step in the process you will be contributing to is the after care. It is important to read all post care instructions and be sure to ask your skin professional as many questions as necessary, until you feel comfortable with what to do once you leave from your chemical peel service.
Some of the obvious, but sometimes not adhered to instructions are related to sun exposure. It is important to be mindful of the complications that can arise from improper sun protection during the healing time after a medical grade chemical peel.
If you are not sure if something may or may not cause a complication, always contact your skin professional for advice.