Clients and Professionals Prefer Chemical Peels

The continuous search for the fountain of youth has sparked a flurry of new technologies targeting the signs of aging. However, superficial chemical peels continue to be the treatment of choice for giving skin an overall more youthful appearance by improving it’s tone and texture.

 Chemical peels are ranked the most commonly performed non-surgical cosmetic procedure, second only to Botox. They offer an effective and non-invasive alternative in the arsenal of anti-aging strategies.

Superficial chemical peels are a smart choice for aging skin as they smooth surface texture, clear pores, kill bacteria and leave the skin fresh, moist and youthful looking.

Once the skin has been exfoliated by a chemical peel, the newer cells beneath are able to absorb beneficial nutrients needed to even skin tone, stimulate cell turnover and rebuild collagen. What a client uses on her skin on a daily basis will make an immense difference in the quality of her skin by enhancing the end result of her professional treatment as well as prolonging the results.

Realistic Goals of Chemical Peels

  • Correct sun damage
  • Minimize the appearance of mild scarring
  • Lighten skin discoloration
  • Remove excessive or stubborn blackheads
  • Temporarily reduce excessive skin oil
  • Reduce acne

Unrealistic Goals of Chemical Peels

  • Remove or reduce the appearance of blood vessels in the skin
  • Change pore size
  • Remove keloid scars
  • Tighten sagging skin

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