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Chemical Peels at SkinFX Medical Spa

Chemical peels, done by our experienced aesthetician, are a great procedure that rejuvenates the skin, reduces signs of aging, and treats various skin concerns. A chemical peel involves the application of a chemical solution to the skin’s surface, which causes controlled exfoliation, leading to the shedding of damaged or aged skin cells. This process reveals smoother, healthier, and more youthful skin beneath.

Multiple Types of Chemical Peels

Superficial Peels (1-2): These peels use mild acids (like alpha hydroxy acids) to remove the top layer of the skin. They are often used for improving skin texture, reducing fine lines, and treating mild discoloration. Downtime is minimal, with some redness and slight peeling.

Medium Peel (3) Medium-depth peels utilize stronger acids (such as trichloroacetic acid or TCA) to penetrate deeper into the skin. They can address more pronounced wrinkles, acne scars, and uneven skin tone. Recovery may take a week or more, with noticeable peeling and redness.

Deep Peels (4-5): These peels use strong acids (like phenol) to deeply penetrate the skin. They are reserved for severe skin issues, like deep wrinkles or extensive sun damage. Deep peels require significant downtime, often several weeks, and have a more extended recovery period.

Benefits of Chemical Peels

Improved Skin Texture:

Chemical peels remove dead skin cells and promote collagen production, resulting in smoother skin.

Reduced Wrinkles and Fine Lines:

By stimulating collagen, peels can reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.

Even Skin Tone:

They are effective at treating uneven skin tone, pigmentation issues, and sunspots.

Acne Scar Reduction:

Chemical peels can help diminish the appearance of acne scars.

Boosted Confidence:

Many individuals report increased self-confidence and a more youthful appearance after undergoing chemical peels.

What to Expect:

Before the procedure, our aestheticians will assess your skin type and concerns to determine the appropriate peel type and strength. During the peel, you may experience a tingling or burning sensation that subsides after a few minutes.

Afterward, your skin will go through a peeling process, which varies in intensity based on the type of peel. You’ll be advised on post-peel care, including moisturizing and sun protection.

Things to consider:

Multiple sessions, depending on your goals, may be required for optimal results. Rare, but sometimes occurring results can be: Sensitivity, scarring, infection, and pigmentation changes.

Last word on why you should get a Chemical Peel:

Chemical peels are a versatile cosmetic procedure that can revitalize your skin. To ensure a safe and effective outcome, consult with our aestheticians who can guide you through the process and tailor the treatment to your specific needs. With the right care and expectations, chemical peels can help you achieve smoother, more youthful, and radiant skin.


Are chemical peels good for my skin?

Yes! Chemical peels are controlled wounds that are giving you deep exfoliation. To get the most out of chemical peels, it is recommended to have them done in a series.

Are chemical peels safe?

Chemical peels are safe when performed by an experienced, educated, and licensed aesthetician. Infections or scarring are very rare risks.

How long does it take a chemical peel to heal?

The healing process is different for everyone. However, you should be completely healed by day 14 at the latest. That is if you do peel.

How much will I peel?

Peeling differs from one patient to the next, but the esthetician will have a good idea of how much peeling you will or will not have when you are in your treatment. If you don’t peel or flake, that doesn’t mean you didn’t receive good treatment