Medical Grade Peel
Medical-grade peels are the perfect alternative to laser facials. Medical peels target your specific needs on your face, neck, or chest area and are performed by our professionally qualified, experienced medical estheticians.
How do medical-grade peels work?
Medical peels use a specialized solution on the treated area that gently removes the outer layers of skin. your medical esthetician then washes off the solution and applies a neutralizer to soothe and nourish your skin. Depending on your individual needs, medical-grade peels may be combined with other treatments, like microdermabrasion, light therapy, laser resurfacing, or other resurfacing procedures to optimize results. Your esthetician may recommend some at-home skincare products to ensure that your results last.
Removing the outer layers of skin eliminates dead skin cells that dull complexion and can clog pores. It stimulates your skin’s natural rejuvenation to produce new cells and collagen, an important protein that keeps your skin firm, brighter, and young looking.
What do medical-grade peels treat?
The skin-revitalizing action of medical-grade peels can treat:
- Dry skin – making it softer and smooth
- Acne and breakouts
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Sun damage or uneven skin tone
- Superficial scars
Our professional medical estheticians will evaluate your skin’s needs and discuss your goals, then devise a customized skincare plan, including the best medical peel choice for your individual skin type.
How many treatments will I need?
You’ll notice the difference and see a new, healthy glow with just one treatment. However, optimal results for some conditions, like acne scarring, enlarged pores, or hyperpigmentation, will take a series of treatments. Anti-aging medical peels might require regularly scheduled treatments to ensure the best results. Your medical esthetician will evaluate your individual skincare needs and determine a schedule that will help you best achieve your goals.
How much will I peel?
This varies by the individual and the condition being treated. For some, only a light flaking may be apparent, while others need heavier peeling. Peeling usually begins on the third day after treatment and may continue through days 5 to 7. People with sensitive skin or those who use products like Retin-A may experience heavier peeling.
Below are some before and after pictures to show the results of medical-grade peels on some of our patients. To get started on your own medical-grade peel treatments, make a consultation appointment today by filling out the form below, calling us at 954.888.9889, or setting up an appointment on our convenient scheduler Click here.