What is a Medical Grade Peel?

Medical Grade Peels are high end facials used to diminish brown spots, improve skin tone, treat acne and diminish fine wrinkling. Medical Grade Peels use specific solutions to improve and smooth the facial skin by removing damaged outer layers. It can also increase cellular turnover that results in a firmer epidermis. At the same time, Medical Grade Peels nurse skin that’s dry or oily, sensitive, acne prone, and sun damaged. What to Love Helps smooth appearance of fine lines and wrinkles Stimulates new cellular turnover Helps with pigmentation and acne Can improve skin texture and skin tone What to Know The peeling process usually begins 1-3 days after the procedure and is complete in 5-7 days The skin may appear dry and flaky during the peeling process Moisturizer and sunscreen must be used regularly during the 5-7 days after the peel You will be able to return to work or other activities immediately after most peels Peels can be repeated in 2-4 weeks More than one peel may be required depending on your goals and condition Use of products containing retinoids, glycolic acid, and salicylic acid, as well as scrubs, microdermabrasion and waxing should be avoided for 3 days before and for 1 week after a Medical Grade Peel Although results may be achieved after one treatment, a series of 3-6 treatments may be required depending on the peel, other treatments used, and the condition