Chemical peels are topically applied acids that aid in the restoration and rejuvenation of the skin’s surface. They create a uniform and controlled shedding of several layers of the skin. Depending on the nature and depth of the peel, a significant number of layers can be exfoliated allowing new growth to be exposed, creating a fresh vibrant appearance. At Advanced Laser Clinic, we can help you choose which chemical peel is best for you and your specific needs. Each chemical peel is custom designed to treatment a variety of skin care needs such as Acne and Anti-Aging.
Who Are The Candidates?
Anyone wanting to revitalize, regenerate, and repair their skin. Your skin type and the results you are aspiring to achieve will determine if you are a candidate, as well as which class of peel is the most appropriate. Always keep in consideration lifestyle, work and seasons (Spring, Summer, Fall, or Winter).
Types of Chemical Peels
At Advanced Laser Clinic, our chemical peels are divided into two categories:
Superficial Chemical Peels - The lightest category of chemical peels.
Medium Chemical Peels - Contain a stronger potency of acids.
Advanced Laser Clinic offers a variety of affordable chemical peels for skin rejuvenation. These peels can also be combined with other treatments for better Anti-Aging benefits.
How Often Is The Treatment Recommended?
Since every skin type and person is different and depending on the condition of their skin, chemical peels can be done as a maintenance treatment to freshen up the skin every 4-8 weeks. However, If your skin has been neglected, it is recommended to start a series of 4-6 treatments to be performed every two weeks to achieve the healthiest skin possible.
Microdermabrasion Or A Chemical Peel?
A chemical peel is a chemically liquid method of exfoliating the skin, while microdermabrasion is a mechanical method of exfoliating the skin. After a thorough skin analysis, our experienced medical esthetician will recommend the best choice for your personalized and unique skin type.
Can It Be Combined With Other Treatments?
For a more aggressive treatment, a chemical peel can be combined with microdermabrasion. This is recommended for combination or oily skin types because those skin types can have more oil or dead skin cells that don't naturally exfoliate or go away on their own. If you are wondering if you need this dual treatment, our expert medical estheticians will let you know if your skin needs a dual treatment.