Chemical Peels That Repair Skin Issues

 

Four Types of Chemical Peels Repair Skin Issues

Chemical peels are gently formulated and are used to rejuvenate, repair and correct many skin issues such as acne, hyperpigmentation, melasma, fine line and wrinkles and age spots.

Glycolic Peel with basic facial  
This the strongest of the alpha hydroxy peels and the deepest penetration. This cell renewal peel exfoliates and softens, treats mild to moderate acne and minimizes pore size. Suitable for normal, oily, acneic or dry skin

Lactic Lightening Peel
Lactic is a milk-based ingredient that is great for hydrating and exfoliating the skin in a gentle manner.  Combined with the powerful lighteners of kojic and arbutin it is a superb lightening treatment.  Suitable for normal to dry skin, sun damaged or hyperpigmentation.

Salicylic Acid Peel
 This is a perfect peel to exfoliate and reduce oil.  It resurfaces and refines the skin and pores, removes oil and debris protects from bacterial attacks, excellent antioxidant, inhibits inflammation.  Suitable for normal to oily, acneic skin.

TCA (Tricloracetic Acid)
TCA is a deeper more ablative peel and is great for re-texturizing the skin. This peel that is regulated by the number of layers applied—evens skin tone, reduces acne and retexturizes the skin. Suitable for any skin type.

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  One Response to “Chemical Peels That Repair Skin Issues”

  1. I am curious about the peels. How many treatments are
    required to remove age spots. I have a few spots I wish to have
    lightened on my face and hands. What is the cost for the PCA Peel.
    I want to fit this into my budget.

    Thank you,

    Cynthia Rose

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