But just what is a chemical peel? In short, chemical peels are skin-resurfacing treatments that can be tailored to the concerns of each patient. But what does a chemical peel do and how does it work? Below, we address these and all your other peel-related queries, so you can get one step closer to baby-soft skin. All chemical peels remove outer layers of the skin, though how many layers depends on the intensity of the peel.
Epiwave is the cutting edge ultrasonic technology that utilizes low-frequency sound waves ultrasound in a three-stage process to repair the skin at a cellular level. This ultrasonic facial treatment uses low frequency ultrasonic sound waves and micro-current to gently cleanse, exfoliate, and tone the skin. When combined with topical formulations such as peptides, antioxidants and growth factors it is the perfect treatment that can be customized for the individual. It may be used in combination with other procedures such as facials, chemical peels and photorejuvenation or as a stand alone treatment.
A chemical peel uses a chemical solution to smooth the texture of your skin by removing the damaged outer layers. A chemical peel is one of the least invasive ways to improve the appearance of your skin. Sun exposure, acne, or just getting older can leave your skin tone uneven, wrinkled, spotted or scarred. Chemical solutions are carefully applied to your skin to improve the texture by removing damaged outer layers.
A deep facial cleansing treatment, which is similar and often compared to a European facial, goes well beyond what a traditional facial will do. The deep cleansing facial is well suited for people with acne, or those prone to excessive oil on their face. The European facial focuses more on exfoliation but may also include a deep cleansing component. Deep cleansing facials use a variety of treatments to clean your face more thoroughly than what other treatments provide.