Your hair salon has estheticians, your friend's friend might be an esthetician. So why see us? Our medical aesthetician (note the spelling difference) are a step above:
Education and Training - All our aestheticians receive comprehensive training that includes hands-on, medical-level service training and in-depth knowledge of protocol and procedures.
Scope of Service - Medical aestheticians can perform more advanced treatments that can't be done at many other settings.
Medical Supervision - Although our aestheticians are experts in their own right, they're additionally supervised by cosmetic plastic surgeons.
Prescription Strength - Whether it's the treatment itself, or the home skin care regimen you'll get, we have a wider range of solutions to custom tailor to your needs.
Why Facial Peels?
With every ticking second, cellular oxidation and degeneration is causing your body to age. This happens everywhere and is most visible on our skin, the largest organ of our body.
Fortunately, the skin can stimulate your body to self-heal using chemical peels. Chemical peels will exfoliate the skin, promote new cell growth, blend in pigmentation issues, and reduce fine lines and wrinkles. Troubled skin, such as acne, can also be treated by chemical peels.
This photo is a tree bark (not your skin), but it gives a great visual.
Types of Facial Peels
There are several types of chemical peels that vary in strength and depth of penetration into the skin. Here are some of the most common types of chemical peels:
Superficial Peel - This is the mildest type of chemical peel and only penetrates the outermost layer of the skin. It uses a mild acid, such as alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA), to exfoliate and brighten the skin.
Medium Peel - This type of peel penetrates deeper into the skin and uses a stronger acid, such as glycolic acid or trichloroacetic acid (TCA), to address a wider range of skin concerns, such as fine lines and wrinkles, sun damage, and hyperpigmentation.
Deep Peel - This is the strongest type of chemical peel and penetrates the deepest layers of the skin. It uses a potent acid, such as a stronger TCA or phenol, to address more severe skin issues, such as deep wrinkles and scars.
Am I Ready for Facial Peels?
We believe that chemical peels should be in everyone's regimen. In fact, most face washes you have at home have the same or similar acids in them - just in itsy bitsy quantities. Here's what we recommend.
If you're new to facial peels, start with a superficial peel. A combination of glycolic, lactic, and citric acid is a great way to begin stimulating cell turnover.
Once you need something stronger, you'll want to bump up to a light TCA peel. A TCA peel penetrates deeper and you'll see more dramatic results. Our medical aestheticians will work with you to increase the strength of treatment as needed.
Our patients love us
What our patients say about their experience
This office is amazing! People are so friendly, motivating and really care about what you want to accomplish.
Sid did an amazing job on my facial and I'm definitely going back for another! The staff was accommodating, professional yet very down to earth and went out of their way to make me feel as comfortable as possible. Thank you all for making me look refreshed and taking years of my face!
The Facial Peel Experience
A facial peel is about treatment and luxury all wrapped into one.
How long will it take? - Superficial peels take about 20 minutes while deeper peels may take longer.
Does it hurt? - Depending on the strength of the peel, you may experience mild discomfort that is very brief.
Will I actually peel? - The degree to which your skin will peel depends on several factors, including the type and strength of peel you receive and your skin's individual response to the treatment. While some peeling is common after a chemical peel, not all peels cause visible peeling.
Can I go back to work after treatment? - Maybe. Let us know what you need to get back to and we'll custom tailor your treatment accordingly.
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