Medical-grade chemical peels work to improve the health of your skin through exfoliation and cellular stimulation. An exfoliating formula is applied to the skin to lower PH, allowing connections between dead skin cells to loosen, inducing exfoliation and stimulating new cell growth. Superficial layers slough off revealing a smoother, more radiant complexion. Chemical peels can also thicken the dermis by stimulating collagen production for bright, dewy skin.



Frequently Asked Questions about CHEMICAL PEELS

Is there a prep phase before my chemical peel?

Depending on your skin type, concerns, and current skin care routine, you may need to complete a skin prep phase prior to your chemical peel using specific medical grade skin care. This will improve the health of your skin allowing for better results. A consultation with Dr. Overton, ND is required prior to having a chemical peel; this will help determine your eligibility for this treatment and allow her to safely plan your path to healthier skin.

Will there be down time with my chemical peel?

The downtime required for chemical peels always depends on the type of peel you are receiving. There is usually little to no downtime with gentle peels, however flaking and dry skin is common. With more aggressive or stronger chemical peels, the downtime could be up to 7 days consisting of flaking, peeling, redness, and tenderness.

How many sessions will I need?

This is something your doctor will determine during your consultation, based on your skin concerns and your aesthetic goals. Often a series of 3-6 treatments is initially recommended, followed by a yearly treatment to maintain your results.

Who should not receive a chemical peel?

Those who are pregnant or breastfeeding, if you’ve had a cold sore in within 7 days of your scheduled peel, if you’ve take accutane within 6 months, if you have a new or undiagnosed skin lesion on the area to be treated, use sun beds or actively tan, or have a sunburn.

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