Chemical Peels Q & A:

Today, we are focusing on some of the top 4 Chemical peels questions we've received lately. Are you ready?

Chemical Peel 101

Chemical Peels Q & A:

Who are peels for?

Chemical peels are for everyone. Whether your skin is dry, oily, combination or even sensitive, there is a chemical peel treatment that will work for your skin type/condition. However, keep in mind, not all peels were created equally. Before going to see an esthetician for your first chemical peel... Make sure you do your research

As someone with highly melanated skin - your skin can not and will not tolerate anything that's too harsh. While our skin might "hold-up" on it's own in the sun. It's not as lenient when it comes to harsh chemicals.

In other words, do your own consumerism - research before you choose an esthetician. You want an esthetician you like & trust. Your face is the first thing people see when they look at you.  

Chemical Peels Q & A:

What do peels improve?

Chemical peels are safe and effective in improving and preventing most skin conditions:

  • Acne Scars
  • Brown Spots
  • Uneven Skin
  • Acne
  • Aging/Fine Lines & Wrinkles
  • Sensitive Skin/Rosacea
Chemical Peels Q & A:

Why do I need a peel?

If you're wondering why do I need a peel? Well, I got the answer for you my friend! By now, you know that our skin naturally exfoliates by gently shedding dead skin cells - It happens so subtly that, most of us don't even notice when it's happening. However, as we age, this process tends to slow, resulting in a dull complexion. A chemical peel treatment helps by speeding up the process.

Chemical peels are best done in series of 6-12+. It's not enough to get one here and there. You must be consistent and come in for your chemical peel treatments every 2-4 weeks.

If your number one skin concern is acne - Come in every 2-3 weeks for your peel treatment (s).

If your number one skin concern is acne scars - come in every 3-4 weeks for your peel treatment (s).

If your number one skin concern is maintenance - come in every 4 weeks for your peel treatment (s).


Chemical Peels Q & A:

How do Peels work?

Chemical peels speed up the exfoliation process by encouraging skin cell turnover that leaves the skin looking radiant, renewed, and healthy. Overtime, you'll notice your skin becoming more clear, smooth, and even.  The exfoliating results after a treatment, are often seen in the form of peeling or flaking that lasts a 7-14 days on average.

Ingredients in the peel solution are also working to create new cells that function properly, not only visibly improving the skin but correcting from within.

Chemical Peel 101 - Q & A

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