Chemical peels can be used to reduce the appearance of uneven pigmentation, acne and other skin problems and can rejuvenate sun-damaged skin, stimulating the growth of new skin cells making your skin appear healthier and younger. Like the previously mentioned treatments, they’re non-invasive and have few side effects, but are quickly effective, much more so than prolonged use of expensive creams that fail to live up to their claims.
• A range of different acids to address skin tone, texture, hydration, congestion and pigmentation
• Obvious peeling is not necessary to achieve results
What Are They Used to Treat?
They are used to treat;
• Dull, tired looking skin
• Oily or dry skin conditions
• Fine lines and wrinkles
• Acne prone skin
• Open pores
• Deeper peels required for deep wrinkles and skin laxity.
Results will depend upon a number of factors, including the type of peel, skin preparation and aftercare, whether a single treatment, or a course of treatments. It is more effective to have a course of treatments initially, and then regular maintenance treatment will achieve the best results over a longer period of time.