Chemical Peel

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A chemical peel is a procedure in which a chemical solution is applied to the skin to
remove the top layers. The skin that grows back is smoother. With a light or medium
peel, you may need to undergo the procedure more than once to get the desired results.
Chemical peels are used to treat wrinkles, discolored skin and scars — usually on the
face. They can be done alone or combined with other cosmetic procedures.
Depending on your skin a chemical peel can be done at different depths, from light to
deep. Deeper chemical peels offer more-dramatic results but also take longer to recover
from.

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Glypro Power Peel+: This 60% glycolic peel effectively rejuvenates damaged
skin by stimulating fresher healthy skin growth. It improves the appearance of
aging and photodamage skin as well as acne. It will help to smooth texture,
soft and fine lines and even skin tone.

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prone skin. This treatment deeply cleans the pores with its antiseptic
properties. It helps to rejuvenate, smooth and balance your complexion.

Beta Clarity Peel | $99.00 / Member Pricing | $10 Off All Individual Sessions

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Triple Transformation Peel: Deeper peel, perfect for sun damage, fine lines,
and hyper-pigmentation. Expect approximately 3 days of downtime.
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Risks
A chemical peel can cause various side effects, including:
● Redness, scabbing and swelling. Normal healing from a chemical peel
involves redness of the treated skin. After a medium or deep chemical peel,
redness might last for a few months.
● Scarring. Rarely, a chemical peel can cause scarring — typically on the
lower part of the face. Antibiotics and steroid medications can be used to
soften the appearance of these scars.
● Changes in skin color. A chemical peel can cause treated skin to become
darker than normal (hyperpigmentation) or lighter than normal
(hypopigmentation). Hyperpigmentation is more common after superficial
peels, while hypopigmentation is more common after a deep peel. These
problems are more common in people with brown or black skin and can
sometimes be permanent.
● Infection. A chemical peel can lead to a bacterial, fungal or viral infection,
such as a flare-up of the herpes virus — the virus that causes cold sores.
● Heart, kidney or liver damage. A deep chemical peel uses carbolic acid
(phenol), which can damage heart muscle and cause the heart to beat
irregularly. Phenol can also harm the kidneys and liver. To limit exposure to
phenol, a deep chemical peel is done a portion at a time, in 10- to 20-minute
intervals.

A chemical peel isn't for everyone. Your doctor might caution against a chemical peel or
certain types of chemical peels if you:

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