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Chemical Peels

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A chemical peel is a cosmetic procedure in which a chemical solution is applied to the skin to exfoliate and improve its appearance. It can help reduce wrinkles, uneven skin tone, acne scars, and other skin imperfections. 


  • Fine lines and wrinkles

  • Sun damage and age spots

  • Acne and acne scars

  • Uneven skin tone and texture

  • Hyperpigmentation or melasma


Preparatory Steps:

  1. Consultation: Schedule a free consultation with our physician or physician assistant to discuss your goals, medical history, and suitability for a chemical peel.

  2. Skin preparation: Depending on your skin type and the type of peel, your provider may recommend a pre-peel skincare routine that includes gentle cleansers and moisturizers, and avoidance of certain products like retinoids or exfoliants.

  3. Sun protection: It's important to protect your skin from the sun prior to the peel. Use broad-spectrum sunscreen and avoid excessive sun exposure.

During the Procedure:

  1. Cleansing: Your skin will be cleansed to remove any dirt or oils.

  2. Application: The chemical solution will be applied to your skin using a brush or a cotton pad. The type and strength of the solution will vary based on your specific needs and the peel's depth.

  3. Sensation: You may experience a tingling, stinging, or warm sensation during the peel, but your provider will monitor your comfort level.

  4. Neutralization: After a specific time, the peel may be neutralized or removed using water or a neutralizing solution.

Post-Care Instructions:

  1. Sun protection: Protect your newly treated skin from the sun by using sunscreen with a high SPF, wearing a wide-brimmed hat, and avoiding excessive sun exposure.

  2. Moisturization: Keep your skin hydrated by applying a gentle moisturizer as recommended by your provider.

  3. Avoid picking or peeling: Let the skin naturally shed and avoid picking at it to prevent scarring or skin damage.

  4. Follow instructions: Your provider will provide specific post-care instructions tailored to your peel's depth and your skin's needs. It may include avoiding certain skincare products or activities for a few days or weeks.

We offer several different types of chemical peels that range from superficial to moderate depths.  These include:

Jessner's and Modified Jessner's Peels

Lactic Acid Peels

Salicylic Acid Peels

ZO Professional Stimulator Peel

ZO Professional Ultra Hydration Peel

ZO Professional Skin Brightening Peel

ZO Professional Acne and Oil Control Peel

ZO Professional Hand Renewal Peel

ZO Professional Invisapeel

ZO 3-Step Peel

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