What is a chemical peel?

Chemical peels can help improve the appearance of acne, dark marks, and fine wrinkles. We examine your skin carefully and customize the perfect peel for your specific issue

How long does it take to do a chemical peel in the office?

During a chemical peel procedure a solution is applied to the skin for 3-10 minutes.

What are the side effects of a chemical peel?

​During the procedure, slight discomfort may be caused by temporary itching and or pain. During the downtime period, you may experience redness, scaling, peeling, and itching. Uncommon side effects also include skin blistering, hyperpigmentation, and scarring.

What ingredients are in a common peel?

Common peel ingredients include glycolic acid, salicylic acid, lactic acid, vitamin C, puruvic acid, azelaic acid, trichloro acetic acid, tranexamic acid, kojic acid, and mandelic acid among others.

What type of chemical peels do you offer?

How do I book an appointment for a chemical peel?

Please schedule a visit for acne, dark, marks, or cosmetic consultation by clicking on the blue icon to the right or by contacting the office. We will then determine whether you are a candidate for a chemical peel, explain the various chemical peel options, and start you on a topical regimen to optimize results if needed.

What is the cost of a chemical peel?

After a full cosmetic evaluation and visit, we will provide an exact price quote. -------------- Pricing per area: - Tax not included - $100 deposit to make appointment - $100 no show fee - Please ask about CHEMICAL PEELS in other locations (for each price below: ADD $150 for ENTIRE BACK or ARMS | ADD $100 | Chest ADD $200 for LEGS - Full payment for package on 1st peel in package - See below for price list

What is the down time of a chemical peel?

Downtime ranges from 1-14 days depending on the type of ingredient used and the skin penetration depth of peel.


Chemical Peels

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