Professional Chemical Peels In Milwaukee

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Medical Spa Chemical Peels For All Skin Types

Professional chemical peels can be done on the face, neck or hands. An esthetician will apply a chemical solution to a small area of your skin to create a controlled wound that will then blister off and allow new skin to resurface.

  • Acne skin: Kill the bacterium that causes acne with a chemical peel containing salicylic acid.
  • Mature skin: Reduce wrinkles and fine lines with a hydrating chemical peel rich in vitamin C and anti-oxidants.
  • Sensitive skin: Get that youthful glow back with a lactic acid chemical peel for sensitive skin. Lactic acid is the weakest chemical used in peels, is non-abrasive and won’t aggravate skin that is already experiencing heightened activity. Some sensitive skin can tolerate the glow from a weak glycolic acid peel also.
  • Hyperpigmentation: Diminish the appearance of scars and pigmented lesions with a glycolic acid chemical peel. Also, ask your esthetician about lightening creams you can add to your at home care.

Benefits of Getting a Professional Chemical Peel

Chemical peels are used to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, treat acne and acne scars, reduce age spots, dark spots and freckles and just to improve the overall look and feel of the skin.

Chemical Peel Recovery & Side Effects

After a chemical peel, the skin will be very sensitive to sunlight. Wear a "broad-spectrum" sunscreen (one that protects against UVA and UVB rays) of at least 30 SPF. The skin may also feel a slight burning similar to a sunburn, with a little peeling for up to a week after. Depending on the treatment, you may need little or no down time.

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