Chemical Peel Facial

Chemical Peel Facial

Chemical Peels at euro style beauty salon, Chemical Peel treatment

 

What is a chemical peel?

A chemical peel uses a chemical solution to smooth the texture of your skin by removing the damaged outer layers.

Although chemical peels are used mostly on the face, they can also be used to improve the skin on your  hands and neck .

A chemical peel is one of the least invasive ways to improve the appearance of your skin. Sun exposure, acne, or just getting older can leave your skin tone uneven, wrinkled, spotted or scarred.

A chemical peel can help improve:

Irregular skin pigmentation

Acne scars and Acne

Sun-damaged skin

Age and liver spots

Freckles

Fine lines and wrinkles

Rough skin and scaly patches

Scars

Chemical Peel:

Chemical solutions are carefully applied to your skin to improve the texture by removing damaged outer layers.

The chemicals used are phenol, trichloroacetic acid, and alphahydroxy acids. The formula used by your esthetician will be adjusted to meet your particular needs.

There are two types of chemical peels:

Light chemical peel – Subtle improvements at first, but that healthy glow will increase with more treatments

Strong chemical peel – Your skin will be noticeably smoother and fresher looking

 

Light chemical peel

A light chemical peel might be the right choice if you have uneven pigment, dryness, acne or fine wrinkling.

This kind of peel removes just the outer layer of skin (epidermis) in a light exfoliation and results in a healthier glow.

Your esthetician will use a combination of alphahydroxy acids and beta hydroxy acids, such as lactic acid,  glycolic acid, salicylic acid and maleic acid PH level 2.0 to PH level 3.5 . You can repeat these treatments to achieve your desired results.

 

Light chemical peel procedure steps:

Your face will be cleansed.

The chemical solution is brushed onto your skin and left on for a few minutes. You may feel some mild stinging.

The chemical peel is then washed off and neutralized.

Then nourishing mask will be applied.

Light chemical peel risks and recovery

You are likely to experience some redness, stinging, skin flaking, and irritation from a light chemical peel.After repeated treatments, these side effects will likely subside.

Other light chemical peel risks include:

Hyper-pigmentation (when too much pigment occurs, causing brown blotches). Avoid this by always using a high-factor sunscreen.

Strong chemical peel:

Acne scars, wrinkles and uneven skin color can all be treated with a strong chemical peel.

The chemicals used for this type of peel will remove skin cells from the outer layer of skin (epidermis).

Esthetician will use of alphahydroxy acids and beta hydroxy acids, such as lactic acid, glycolic acid, salicylic acid and maleic acid mendalic acid PH level of 0.9 to PH level 1.9

Strong chemical peel procedure steps:

Your face will be cleansed.

The chemical solution is brushed onto your skin and left for just a few minutes. You may feel some burning or stinging.

The treated area may turn a whitish grey color.

Your skin may turn red or brown in the days just after the peel.

Neutralize the peel.

Then nourishing mask will be applied.

It may take up to two weeks for your skin to look normal.

You may repeat a Strong chemical peel every few months to maintain your new glowing skin.

Strong chemical peel risks and recovery:

Although these chemicals won’t bleach your skin, you may see some color changes. You’re advised to avoid the sun for 4-6 weeks to protect that fresh new layer of skin. Use high level of sunscreen .

For free consultation or any questions call 407-535-6988 ask for Kate.