Chemical Peel

A chemical peel is a powerful skin exfoliating solution applied to the face, neck, or hands to reveal the smooth and clear skin underneath. What makes this technique so popular is that it’s useful for a variety of skin concerns.

How Does A Chemical Peel Work?

The exact process varies depending on the chosen peel. Your skin is thoroughly cleansed and prepared for the treatment before the application of the peel. Next, a chemical solution is applied to your skin and left in place for a designated time. While you wait, the peel solution exfoliates the skin. Once the peel has completed its work, it is peeled away to reveal new, regenerated skin.

Types Of Peels 

  • Superficial Peels – Mildest type of peel that can be used on all skin types.
  • Medium Peels – These peels penetrate deeper layers of the skin.
  • Deep Peels – These peels are used only for the face and penetrate into the deeper skin layers.
Benefits
 
  • Treats Acne. Topical acne treatments can only go so far, and a peel exfoliates deeper. … 
  • Minimizes Pores. … 
  • Erases Fine Lines and Wrinkles. … 
  • Fades Discoloration. … 
  • Lifts Skin. … 
  • Soothes Scarring. … 
  • Balances Texture. … 
  • Smooth Skin.
  • NON INVASIVE TREATMENT 
  • Body, Hands, Legs & Back Treatments
  • Tan removal through  body peel.  A peel is applied over the skin which is followed by a post peel cream and left for 8 hours. It will leave the skin fresh and brighter.

 

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