Chemical Peel Treatments
Timeless Expressions Clinics offers high quality custom compounded chemical peels that are specifically chosen for your skincare needs. Our chemical peels range from mild to moderate strengths to allow our clients to choose the amount of down time and results they would like to achieve.
There are several types of chemical peel products that are formulated to reduce the signs of aging or to eliminate problems such as skin discolorations acne scars or enlarged pores. The most common type of chemical peel contains fruit, lactic, glycolic or alpha hydroxy acid ingredients that are gentle on your skin.
You will notice a visible difference immediately after your first treatment with a chemical peel product, and this procedure does not require any long recovery time.
How do Chemical Peels Work?
During a chemical peel, we will apply the exfoliant acid first to the thicker areas of skin, such as the chin, nose, and cheeks, before applying it to the thinner areas around the eyes and mouth.
After the chemical peel, we may use cool saline compresses to remove any remaining exfoliant.
At Timeless Expressions clinics we proudly use controlled depth chemical peels from ZO Skin Peels. We also use Platinum Skin Peels for the Face, Chest, Lips and Eyelids.
Benefits for You:
Here are some of the most important benefits of Timeless Expressions’ Chemical Peel Treatments:
Improves skin texture
Reveals healthy, glowing, fresh skin
Removes dead skin cells
Lighten unwanted pigment and even out skin tone
Increase collagen & elastin
Lighten acne blemishes and prevent future breakouts
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some questions and answers about this treatment.
A special chemical solution is applied to the skin, for a specified amount of time to initiate the removal of the outermost layer of skin or deeper skin layers. The time the solution is left on the skin varies between 2-15 minutes, depending on the type of peel, peel treatment number, and the skins’ response to the solution.
Chemical peels often work great for correcting skin discolorations and minimizing the appearance of acne scars and enlarged pores. Age spots, fine lines and wrinkles can also be minimized with a chemical peel. The treatment even works well at addressing skin textural problems.
Peels are not recommended for people with very sensitive skin, active cold sores, undiagnosed lesions, diabetes, auto-immune disorders, eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis or lupus.
Peels can be applied to the entire face or individual areas that require treatment, such as sun damage or to control acne.* Other areas that can be treated are the neck, back, and décolleté.
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