Chemical Peels

Medical grade chemical peels remain the standard for dermatologists and medical professionals. With the advent of day spas and aestheticians performing chemical peels and microdermabrasion, the therapeutic effect is minimal. These non-healthcare professionals can only apply these peels superficially which leads merely to exfoliating the top layers of the skin. Non-healthcare providers make claims of achieving results, but because of the legal percentages with the various acids they are only able to actually use and PH levels allowed by law. There is a possibility of no improvement or correction.

Medical grade chemical peels permit a higher amount of concentration of acid and at a PH level that may actually reach deep underneath the skin in order to actually obtain the benefits associated with these kind of treatments. There are many different chemical peels available and each type of chemical peel has varying benefits. The purpose of the series of treatments is to promote exfoliation of the top layers of skin, induce wounding of the lower layers of skin, and allow for increased lymph flow which provides cleaning, toning and reduced redness. Essentially, by wounding the skin we’re allowing your skin to heal itself, reduce the thickening on the epidermis and permitting more blood circulation and nutrients to the skin. This promotes collagen production will enables greater elasticity of the skin and correction of brown spots and uneven complexion brought on by UV exposure and the aging process. In your initial consultation we will consult with you the various types of peels as well as the added benefit of microdermabrasion. Additionally, we are going to advise you of numerous cosmetic products available to maintain or correct various skin disorders and help devise a maintenance program so you may benefit from the outcomes of your treatments for many years to come.