Chemical Peel Treatments
Chemical Peels have been used for decades. They work by chemically removing the outermost layer of the skin causing an immediate rejuvenation as skin dullness, blotchiness, age and sun spots, fine lines and wrinkles peel away! In general, they can be used as a stand alone procedure or as a part of a Combo Treatment together with other procedures.
At MD spa , our peels range in intensity from 1 through to 5. You can help determine the right facial peel treatment for you by reviewing the information we've provided below and discussing this with your Esthetician during your next spa visit!
Pumpkin Enzyme Facial Peel Treatment
A great starter treatment; this completely organic combination of potent enzymes and mild acids gently helps with pigmentation, texture, and anti-aging. It works to catalyze the release of dead skin cell accumulation whilst also hydrating & feeding the skin with anti-oxidants!
(Approx. 30 minutes) $120
10% Lactic Acid, 2% Salicylic Acid, 14% Resorxinol
This treatment is designed to regenerate and rejuvenate the skin with no downtime. Your skin will appear to be glowing, healthier and brighter. This peel treatment is a fantastic way to wake up the skin and start caring for it the way it deserves to be.
(Approx. 30 minutes) $150
The Jessner is a medium to deep peel that is suitable for most people whether they are peeling for the first time or using peels as a maintenance program. You will get the BEST results when you combine the Jessner peel with a pharmaceutical grade skincare line. The Jessner peel includes 14% Lactic, 14% Salicylic and 14% Resorcino in one. The Jessner is designed to be aggressive and targets Hyperpigmentation from the sun, minimizes fine lines, aids in dissipating blemishes, evens out skin texture and tone while minimizing pore size.
(Approx. 30 minutes) $175
Frequently Asked Questions about Chemical Peel Treatments
What is it a Chemical Peel?
A chemical peel is a special chemical solution applied to the skin for a short period of time, removing the outermost layer of the skin or deeper skin layers.
There are three basic types of the chemical peels: superficial, medium and deep. They differ with regard to the depth to which they penetrate the skin.
What are the Indications for Chemical Peels?
Chemical Peels provide a good solution for:
- Skin Rejuvenation
- Reduction of fine lines and small wrinkles
- Reduction/removal of age spots
- Reduction/removal of sun damage
- Reduction of hyperpigmentation and melasma
- Reduction of scars and acne scars
What the Chemical Peels cannot do?
Chemical peel will not remove medium or deep acne scars. Microneedling would be your solution for that.
What COMBO Treatments include Chemical Peels?
When it comes to skin rejuvenation, chemical peels pair well with many treatments such as microdermabrasion, photofacials, microneedling, Thermage, Facials.
What is the Chemical Peel Treatment Session like?
After cleaning the skin the peel solution is gently applied using a special brush. The peel will stay on your skin for a determined period of time (between 3 and 5 minutes). If required the peel will then be neutralized, followed by the application of SPF!
Who performs the Treatment?
All chemical peels in the MD Spa and Laser Clinic are superficial as we do not engage in peels with a lot of side effects and downtime. Peels up to the strength of 30 inclusive are applied by our Advanced Medical Estheticians and/or RN
What are the Side Effects of Chemical Peels?
Your face may be minimally pink for several hours after a treatment. With special care, there are no other expected side effects.
Can I start my Treatments with strong Peels?
This can be determined during your complimentary consultation depending on skin condition, type and sensitivity.
How Many Peels do I need?
Usually 3-6 sessions are needed for a significant effect, depending on your condition.
Are there any special precautions I need to follow?
You should stop any exfoliation procedures performed at home at least one week before your peel and you must wear a sun block at all times. You must stop use any cream containing retinol or hydroquinone at least 7 days before your first peel.