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Chemical Peel

Chemical peels are the application of various purified acids and acid compounds to cause controlled damaged and subsequent new skin formation for the desired aesthetics outcome; a new layer of skin that is smoother, fresher and less wrinkled.

The chemical peel treatment can be extremely elegant in the process and outcome.

The common peel acids used are mainly fruit acids such as AHA, mandelic acid, citric acid, and other acid preparations such as trichloroacetic acid (TCA) and Jessner’s solution.

In the milder peel forms, the process is quick, well-tolerated, with low downtime and usually ensures good to excellent results.

Chemical peels are usually performed for the face and neck regions, and back of hands. This treatment can reduce fine lines, wrinkles, mild acne and acne scars, freckles, pigmentation,  sun damaged skin, and the general improvement old aging skin by improving the appearance and smoother textural feel of the affected skin with a fresh layer of new skin.

“Peel away dull skin for the gorgeous look and feel.”