Look Younger With Chemical Peels
We all will experience the signs of aging from different factors including pollution, sun exposure, and smoking. Chemical peels can also improve:
Discoloration, such as liver and age spots, and freckles
Acne and acne scars
Fine lines and wrinkles
Sun damaged skin
Chemical peels use different substances and solutions to remove different layers of skin. The different types are based on how deeply the peel will affect the skin and the type of chemicals used. Essentially, there are three types of chemical peels:
Superficial or light peels that utilizes the mildest form of solutions and are effective on all skin times.
Medium peels go deeper into the skin’s layers. Trichloraecetic acid is the main agent used for these types of peels, which essentially cause a mild second-degree burn.
Deep or heavy peels penetrate several layers of the skin, again causing a second-degree burn. These peels use phenol. These peels are not used on darker skin types, as they bleach the skin.
Chemical Peel Reviews
"Nancy did an amazing job during my consultation and first time experiencing Botox! She provided a ton of knowledge and advice on how to maximize my results and feel my best. She was very patient and took her time. Super professional, kind and amazing energy. Thank you, Nancy. The front desk staff were also very nice and very professional! Can’t wait to come back In January for my chemical peel!"- D.D. / Yelp / Dec 14, 2021
"Beleza Medspa is the BEST!!! I felt welcomed by Taylor! I had my first hydra facial with the talented medical esthetician Tehia yesterday! She made me feel comfortable and my skin feels like brand new skin. I will be getting a package for hydra facials. Tehia is very genuine and personable."- A.N. / Yelp / Apr 07, 2022
The Chemical Peel Procedure
The skin will be cleaned, and the chemical applied with a brush, gauze, or similar applicators. Depending on the chemical and deepness, it is left on for several minutes. Water or alcohol is then used to neutralize the chemical reaction.
Recovery and aftercare will depend on the type of peel you received. You will be regularly cleansing your skin to promote healing, as well as moisturizing. You should also avoid sun exposure. Sunscreen will be required after the peeling has stopped, as the new, exposed skin is more easily damaged by the sun.
If you think you would like to see the results of a chemical peel, consult with a knowledgeable, experienced esthetician to discuss the options that will best suit you.
Chemical Peels We Offer:
VI Peel: The Vi Peel (Vitality Institute) is a gentle yet powerful medical-grade chemical peel for the treatment of acne and acne scarring, fine lines and wrinkles, age and sun spots, hyperpigmentation, melasma, rosacea, enlarged pores, oil balancing, and overall skin health. The Vi Peel is safe and effective on all skin types and colors and can be used on the face, neck chest, arms, back, and legs, and is the only peel safe for the under-eye area. It is also painless and requires minimal downtime.
Vitalize Peel: Vitalize Peel helps fight the effects of time, sun damage, and environmental assaults. This powerful yet non-damaging peel can take years off aging skin.
Chemical Peels are offered at our Cedar Park, Round Rock, Austin, and Killeen locations. Call our offices, or email [email protected] today to book your complimentary consultation to know if a Chemical Peels are right for you.