Chemical peels are exfoliation treatments which smooth out upper layers of the skin with the use a chemical or acid. Chemical peels are topically applied acids that aid in the restoration and rejuvenation of the skin's surface. They create an even and controlled shedding of several layers of the skin. Depending on the type and depth of the peel, few or many layers can be shed allowing new layers to be exposed and creating a fresh new appearance. Using products from SilkPeel™ Dermalinfusion™ Pure Skin Laser & Aesthetics delivers amazing top-level results. Chemical Peels currently offers four topical solutions for treatment that will help enhance the complexion of the skin:
This solution harnesses the power of Vitamin C to infuse the skin with powerful antioxidants. Formulated to help target environmental damage caused by daily exposure to sunlight, smog, pollution, and stress.
Improves overall skin texture by reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and aiding in collagen resynthesis
Helps neutralize active melanocytes by inhibiting the catalytic properties of tyrosinase. It also contains many calming ingredients, such as Aloe and Glycerin, reduce irritation and inflammation.
Improves radiance and texture of skin by using salicylic acid formula. This promotes clear skin and can be used on cystic and pustule acne as well as open and closed comodones on the face and body. It is anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory.
A chemical peel is a procedure that rejuvenates skin. In almost all cases, patients will notice a improved vitality of skin.
SilkPeel™ addresses the most common skin conditions with topicals for hydrating, skin lightening, and acne.
No. There is a mild degree of "tingling" or a slightly itchy sensation while the glycolic acid is in contact with the skin. Upon neutralizing the peel, the skin feels fresh and smooth without discomfort.
About thirty minutes in total, hence it has often been referred to as "the lunch time peel".
Your skin will have a warm, pinkish glow that will usually fade in about 30 minutes, leaving your skin looking healthy and renewed.
In most cases, work or other normal activities may be resumed immediately.
You may go outside, but sunscreen must be worn for at least a few days after the peel as your skin will likely be a little more sensitive to sun exposure.
Your physician or aesthetician will recommend moisturizers, hydrating cleansers, serums and sunscreen you can use at home to enhance and maintain results.
Many individuals find that a peel performed every four to six weeks gives optimal results. Glycolic acid peels complement the regular use of other products such as glycolic acid containing preparations that can be used on a regular basis at home.