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At SkinDC, We Offer the Following Chemical Peels:

Sensi Peel

A unique peeling option that was formulated for all patients, including those with highly sensitive skin. This gentle 6% TCA solution will help to improve surface texture while 12% Lactic Acid brightening the skin and evening skin tone.


Vitalize Peel

Combines resorcinol, lactic, salicylic, and retinoic acid (at aesthetician’s discretion) to offer dramatic improvement in texture and tone. The renewal process stimulates collagen production, improves pigmentation, acne, and melasma. The skin appears healthier and more youthful with minimal downtime.


Vi Peel

Provides a gentle, yet potent, medical-grade chemical peel which removes the damaged, dull outer layer of skin and allows the fresh, smooth underlying layer to emerge.

The Vi Peel treats conditions like:

  • Acne and Acne Scarring,
  • Fine Lines and Wrinkles
  • Age and Sun-Spots
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Melasma
  • Rosacea
  • Enlarged Pores

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Chemical Peel

What to expect

Treatment Day

First the skin is prepped to remove any residual oils, makeup, and sunscreen. The peel solution will be applied to the skin in layers. There may be a stinging/ burning sensation which will resolve within 10 minutes.

Post Treatment

Skin may be pink to red in areas and can appear “frosted” as if it has a white film on it. Gentle skin care should be used for as long as the skin is flaking or dry, 1-5 days depending on the type of peel. Strict sun avoidance and SPF is essential while you are healing. Some peels have a specific topical regimen to be followed at home for the month following your treatment.

Results

Most peels require a series of 3, spaced 4 weeks apart, to impart a noticeable change to the skin. Once a series is completed, quarterly maintenance is usually recommended to maintain results.

FAQs

Are chemical peels effective to treat acne damage?
How do chemical peels fare with melasma?
Is the discoloration from post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation improved with peels?