Medical Grade Chemical Peel

It’s time to embrace your skin’s natural texture.
A chemical peel makes use of chemistry to restore and revitalize the skin. Peels may vary in their active components, but they all essentially accomplish the same things. Chemical peels are effective because they contain acids that reduce the skin’s pH, peeling away the outermost layer of dead, damaged skin. Chemical exfoliation removes the top layer of dry, flaky skin, revealing fresh, healthy skin underneath. Having your body manufacture new skin cells increases collagen and elastin, giving your skin a more young, elastic appearance and feel after treatment.

How it functions

The effectiveness of chemical peels in treating various conditions varies. You may expect one of our employees to cleanse your skin of any traces of grime, debris, and oil before beginning your chemical peel. After the peel has been placed all over the face, it will sit for a time so that the active components can do their thing. The type of peel used and the patient’s skin type determine the recommended amount of time a peel is left on the skin.

Steps In what it affects

Step 1

In the first step, "brighten," a mild yet effective mix of glycolic and salicylic acid dissolves excess debris in your pores.

Step 2

The second step clears pollutants by removing blackheads and other debris from blocked pores.

Step 3

Third, inject active botanical components deep within the skin to hydrate, plump, and nourish the skin.

Step 4

Your skin will look healthy and radiant because of the LED light's anti-inflammatory, anti-redness, and anti-irritant characteristics.

Step 5

Get your skin to shine, just like it did when you were young. In addition to restoring your skin's natural radiance by cleaning out your pores, this treatment will leave you looking younger than ever.

Step 6

Detoxification increases healthy blood flow while simultaneously eliminating toxins.


Before Treatment

Scrub your skin clean. Before your appointment, don’t put on any lotions, creams, or cosmetics. Furthermore, skip the tanning beds and self-tanners.

Recovery Time

After being cleansed and sanitized, the affected area will be red, and the hair will be damp. The customer should avoid contacting the treated region for the first 12 hours but otherwise can get back to their regular routine without delay. After 12 hours, the hair can be washed normally at home.


Aftercare Don’t go outside without sunscreen on for at least two weeks after your treatment. For the first two days after your treatment, you should stay away from hot showers, massages, and anything else that involves direct touch with your skin.


Between 45 minutes and 1 hour and 15 minutes is the time frame in question.

Recommendations for Meetings

Typically, a patient will have 6-10 sessions.


  1. Better looking and feeling skin
  2. Skin is visibly brighter.
  3. Care that’s easy on the body
  4. Zero downtime
  5. Treatment sessions that are both short and safe
  6. Reduced size of skin pores
  7. Acne-related inflammation is decreased
  8. Reduced sebum to a manageable level

Before & After


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While preparing for a chemical peel, what should I know?
  1. Let your skin be alone. Don’t exfoliate for at least a week before getting a chemical peel because it is a very intense form of exfoliation.
  2. Put away the cosmetics…
  3. Sunscreen is your friend.
  4. Remember to drink plenty of water.
After getting a chemical peel, what should you expect?
The results of a medium chemical peel include redness and swelling of the treated area. It will sting your skin. In order to relieve the pain and avoid further dryness, your doctor may apply a protective ointment, such as petroleum jelly. When the redness subsides, around day five to day seven, you can conceal it with makeup.
After a chemical peel, what happens if you touch your face?
Itching is a common side effect of chemical peels. In the early stages of peeling, this is quite typical. Try not to pick at, scratch, or otherwise disturb your face. Scarring, infection, breakouts, and more inflammation are all possibilities when you touch your skin in this way.