About Superficial Peels- Light Peels
Superficial peels are the mildest type of chemical peels and can be
used on all skin types.
These milder peels remove only a portion of epidermal outer layer of skin, and are most often used to improve the
appearance of fine lines, mild scarring and minimal hyper-pigmentation.
Superficial peels should be repeated every 1-2 weeks. A series of 6-8
consecutive treatments are recommended to achieved desired and best results. After 6-8
consecutive treatments, peels may be repeated monthly to maintain
Your skin will show continuous, visible improvement following each treatment. Monthly maintenance will ensure long-term improvement.
Low percentage Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHA) are the mildest used for skin peeling. We offer various strengths and percentages of AHAs to achieve the best results for our patients.
The higher the percentage of acid, the deeper the chemical peel and greater are the results. Higher percentages of an AHA can equate to a mid-depth peel.
Types of Superficial Peels we use:
- Glycolic Acid
- Lactic Acid
- Salicylic Acids
- AHA (Professional Strength)
About Mid-Depth Peel
Medium-depth peels penetrate deeper than a superficial peel to
remove epidermal skin cells and to stimulated blood flow and collagen activity to promote healthy skin and true change.
peels can reduce pore size, soften deep wrinkles,
eliminate fine-lines, remove/decrease blemishes, significantly reduce or
eliminate sun damage & and some precancerous cell growth, build
collagen, and promotes cellular hydration.
strength peels cause pinkness, then darkening of the skin for 4-7
days. Minor discoloration may occur and will fade away once skin has fully healed.
will is visible after the medically burned skin has peeled off. Your
new skin will be firmer, vibrant, smooth, and will be much healthier. Skin will have dramatic improvement in all areas: texture, tone, hydration, color, and vibrancy.
Types of Medium-Depth Peels we use:
- Vitamin A