Chemical Peels

These “lunch time” procedures use solutions such as trichloracetic acid, salicylic acid, or alpha-hydroxyl acid to exfoliate and rejuvenate the superficial layers of the skin.  Peels help to improve facial acne, soften fine lines and wrinkles, and improve the texture and color of the skin.  Optimal results occur with several treatments every 4-6 weeks.

Do you wish that you could simply peel signs of aging from your skin? A chemical peel can reduce many signs of aging on the face as well as the hands, neck, and chest. 

Chemical peels also treat some skin conditions. Chemical peels can treat some types of acne and conditions that discolor the skin. 

  • Acne (certain types).
  • Age spots.
  • Discoloration (blotchy complexion, uneven skin tone).
  • Dull complexion.
  • Fine lines (especially under the eyes and around the mouth).
  • Freckles.
  • Melasma.
  • Rough-feeling skin.
  • Sun-damage skin.

Results include:

  • Fewer lines and wrinkles.
  • More even skin color.
  • Brighter complexion.
  • Smoother skin. 

Minimum downtime is routinely required.    

Insurance coverage: Chemical peels are considered a cosmetic treatment. Insurance does not cover the cost of cosmetic treatments.