Say bye bye to body hyper pigmentation and back acne! Enjoy any summer dresses or bikinis with no fear.
A chemical peel is the application of a chemical substance such as glycolic acid (AHA) or salicylic acid (BHA) that gently exfoliates the surface. A series of peel treatments improves the appearance of uneven pigmentation while making your skin look softer, smoother, and more radiant.
After a series of treatments you can expect improvement in overall appearance as well as in sunspots, sun damage, acne scars, and dryness. We recommend three sessions 4-6 weeks apart and maintenance treatments every 4 to 12 weeks after that. You will notice improvement after each treatment.
An experienced aesthetician will review your symptoms and recommend which peel and how many treatments are appropriate. Peels can treat a variety of symptoms- active acne, aging, sun damage, pigmentation irregularities, and more.
Reduce sun damage and photo damage
Reduce hyper pigmentation
Even skin tone
Smooth acne scars
Reduce wrinkles caused by sun damage and aging.
Improve the appearance of skin texture
During the procedure which usually takes around 40 minutes, patients can expect to experience a mild burning sensation. The skin is normally pink or red right after the treatment, it takes around 3-7 days for the skin to heal completely.
How can you prepare for a Body peel?
Before your chemical peel procedure, you’ll first have a free consultation. We will do a free consultation for you and get to know your needs and history of medication then decide what the best treatment option is for you. We will decide whether or not you will be a good candidate and then decide the peel intensity that is right for you.
Before a chemical peel, you must inform the specialist about your medication history and cannot:
Have been on Accutane (an acne treating medicine) for at least six months
After a chemical peel, new skin comes out and is normally more sensitive to the sun, please make sure to wear a physical sun block every day. A physical sunblock should have the term “broad-spectrum” on the label, meaning it protects against the sun’s UVA and UVB rays. SPF 30 or above is highly recommended.
The Ideal Body Peel Candidate
Almost everyone can be benefit from chemical peel treatment. A good chemical peel candidate should have realistic expectations and clear understanding of the side effects they may be expecting from the process. An ideal candidate should be ready to properly take care of their skin after the procedure. Make sure to keep the skin hydrated and wear SPF every day.
People who suffers from acne and pigmentation or wishing to have a smoother skin texture are normally an ideal candidate for this treatment, we do recommend booking a free consultation with our specialist before the treatment.