Chemical peels can help you achieve more youthful-looking skin. These are treatments that, when applied to the skin, provide a deeper level of exfoliation than regular cleansing treatments. This brightens sun-damaged skin and gets rid of dirt, dead skin cells, and more on the top of the epidermis. This skin treatment essentially speeds up the cellular turnover process and wakes up the skin cells. The chemical peel will break up built-up oil/sebum to prevent and eliminate blackheads. After the treatment, your dead cells are microscopically removed from the surface of the skin. This helps to reveal a fresher, newer layer. At Envee Aesthetics, our team offers chemical peels to help rejuvenate the skin of our patients.
How Do Chemical Peels Work?
Chemical peels remove the outer layer of the skin, revealing a newer layer that is smooth, fresh, and free of impurities. Sometimes a low concentration chemical peel can be sufficient for addressing surface wrinkles. Depending on your goals, a deeper peel may be a better solution. Moderate chemical peels can be used to treat most cases of surface acne and even light scarring. They penetrate the surface of the skin more deeply due to a higher concentration of the chemical. To diminish the appearance of more noticeable acne scarring, a deeper chemical peel is required.
At Envee Aesthetics, we offer a comprehensive list of chemical peel options.
Epionce Peel System
This portfolio includes peels that can be used to combat fine lines, wrinkes, uneven texture, and can help improve the radiance of the skin.
- Salicylic Peel
- Malic Peel
- Refresh Peel
VI Peel System
This portfolio includes the below peels suitable for a variety of skin types, including darker skin tones.
- VI Peel Precision
- VI Peel Precision Plus
- VI Peel Purify
These peels address various concerns such as aging, hyperpigmentation, sun spots, damaged skin, acne prone skin and acne scarring.
Other Types of Chemical Peels
Glycolic Acid: This peel targets hyperpigmentation, aging, tone, and texture. It is a light peel that provides a nice exfoliation of the skin. A bit of tingling may be experienced with the use of glycolic acid. This is safe enough to use regularly for optimal skin health.
Salicylic Acid: This type of peel works to treat acne and oily skin and improve skin tone. This beta-hydroxy acid penetrates the inner walls of the skin’s pores to help fight the overall appearance of acne.
Lactic Acid: This chemical peel focuses on discoloration, skin looseness, and pore size. This acid works to reveal smoother skin and to balance the skin’s natural PH level. If you have slightly sensitive and dry skin, start with a lactic acid peel. It clears out toxins, debris, and dead cells. It can also boost collagen production.
TCA: This type of chemical peel works to reduce hyperpigmentation, scarring, texture, and discoloration.
Retinol-based: This helps with aging discoloration, superficial scars, tone, and texture.
Chemical Peel Benefits:
Our patients experience many wonderful benefits from their chemical peel treatment with our team.
- Collagen stimulation
- Acne treatment
- Enhance skin tone and texture
- Reducing age spots and other signs of aging
- Correct sun damage
- Reduce fine lines around the mouth and under eyes
- Lessen the appearance of small scars
Chemical peels do take time and sometimes require multiple treatments to achieve desired results.
A consultation is important to determine the best plan of action for your skin. After your consultation, we will be able to determine which type of chemical peel is most suitable for your skin as well as the potency that would be most effective. Request A Consultation Today!