Chemical Peels

Life throws a lot at your skin. And you do what you can. But sometimes it’s best to just start fresh.

A Chemical Peel at Skincredible can be the perfect way to counter the effects of life that leave our skin looking worn, tired and far older than you really are.

Skincredible offers several different Chemical Peels with varying strengths and acidic formulations. What Chemical Peel is right for you can depend on several factors including the condition of your skin, your skin’s tone and color as well as your overall skincare habits and treatment history. 

Chemical peels available at Skincredible include:

Exfoliating the skin’s surface, Chemical Peels can help to reduce the appearance of unwanted marks and blemishes, smoothing skin texture, improving radiance, and restoring skin vitality to the skin. During treatment, old and dead skin cells are removed, enhancing cell turnover, improving the appearance of the skin and supporting the underlying health of the dermis.

Peels are used to treat a variety of skin conditions and concerns including:

  • Acne scars
  • Age spots
  • Aging skin
  • Crow’s feet
  • Discolored skin
  • Fine lines
  • Freckles
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Melasma
  • Scars
  • Sun-damaged skin
  • Sagging skin
  • Wrinkles

When and how often you should get a chemical peel can vary depending on a number of considerations. Some peels can become part of an ongoing monthly skin maintenance program while other peels are used to target specific skin conditions.

Chemical peels can be utilized as stand-alone treatments or in combination with other procedures such as intense pulsed light therapy, laser resurfacing and microneedling.

Along with helping you to plan the best timing for your peel, your Skincredible provider may recommend an at-home skincare regimen to help maintain the results of your chemical peel and other treatments. 

For patients with extremely sensitive skin or those whose skin is experiencing barrier dysfunction (eczema, psoriasis, etc), chemical peels are generally not recommended.