Chemical Peel

Treatment information and recommendations

What is a Chemical peel?

A chemical peel is a cosmetic procedure used to improve the appearance and texture of the skin by applying a chemical solution to exfoliate the outermost layers of the skin, resulting in smoother, more even-toned, and rejuvenated skin. Chemical peels are commonly used to address various skincare concerns, including acne, hyperpigmentation, fine lines, wrinkles, sun damage, and uneven skin tone or texture.

How does a Chemical peel treatment work?

Step 1: Consultation

Before undergoing a chemical peel, you’ll typically have a consultation with a dermatologist or licensed skincare professional to assess your skin type, concerns, medical history, and suitability for the procedure. They will determine the appropriate type and strength of chemical peel based on your skin’s condition and treatment goals.

Step 2: Preparation

In the weeks leading up to your chemical peel, you may be instructed to discontinue the use of certain skincare products or medications that could increase skin sensitivity or interfere with the peel’s effectiveness. It’s essential to follow pre-peel instructions provided by your skincare provider to prepare your skin adequately for the procedure.

Step 3: Procedure

Cleansing: The treatment area is cleansed thoroughly to remove any makeup, oil, or debris from the skin’s surface.

Step 4: Application of Chemical Solution

The chemical peel solution is applied to the skin using a brush, cotton pad, or swab. The type and strength of the peel solution will vary depending on the desired depth of exfoliation and the specific skin concerns being addressed.

Step 5: Neutralization

After the desired treatment time, the chemical peel solution is neutralized or removed from the skin using water or a neutralizing solution to stop the exfoliation process and prevent over exfoliation

Step 6: Post-Peel Care

We’ll apply soothing creams, moisturizers, or sunscreen to protect the skin and minimize irritation following the chemical peel. They will also provide post-peel instructions on how to care for your skin at home and avoid sun exposure while the skin heals.

Step 6: Recovery

Depending on the depth and strength of the chemical peel, you may experience some degree of redness, peeling, flaking, or mild swelling in the days following the procedure. These side effects are temporary and typically subside within a few days to a week, revealing smoother, more radiant skin underneath

Conditions that can be treated with regular Chemical peels





Fine lines and wrinkles

Fine lines & wrinkles