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Chemical Peel

Chemical Peel

Conditions & Treatments, Procedures

Peel Away Wrinkles and Blemishes

Imagine peeling away dry bark of an old tree. What you get underneath is smooth, fresh wood revealed in all its beauty. A similar thing happens when we “peel” away the outer dead layer of the skin on our face. New, smooth skin with a healthy glow is revealed.*

Chemical peel is a very popular method to improve the texture of your skin.* It uses a chemical solution to remove wrinkled, blemished, unevenly pigmented or sun-damaged facial skin.

A Wide Variety of Chemical Peels Are Available:

  • Superficial peel – Glycolic, Salicylic and Lactic acid
  • Medium depth peel – TCA
  • Deep peel – Phenol

8th sense recommends glycolic acid peel as it requires virtually no down-time, provides excellent skin rejuvenation results, increases collagen production and helps with pigmentation treatments.*

Glycolic Acid Peels For a More Appealing Glow *

By increasing the turnover of cells and exfoliation, glycolic acid peels give skin a smooth and healthy glow. It is effective for:

  • Decreasing the appearance of small wrinkles *
  • Reducing age and sun related hyper-pigmentation as well as epidermal melasma *
  • Unclogging pores *
  • Helping to control acne *

 The Advantages of Peels

    • Noticeable results can be seen from 2nd or 3rd treatment. A series of 5 peels in sequence is done 3-4 weeks apart.*
    • No anesthetic is required, and patients only feel slight tingling sensation during the procedure.*
    • Peels are virtually non-irritating and can be done on any skin type.*
    • You can apply makeup immediately following the peel.*
    • No down time required. You can do this on your lunch break and immediately return to your activities.*

Our goal is to achieve beautiful, smooth, young-looking skin for our patients without aggressive resurfacing procedures, without any down time, and at affordable price.* Contact us today and become a part of the 8th Sense Aesthetic Religion family.

*Disclaimer: Treatment results will vary on a patient to patient basis. No guarantees can be made