Chemical Peel. Bring smoother skin to the surface.
By exfoliating the skins surface a chemical peel can restore health skin by decreasing the appearance of blemishes and smoothing skin texture.
Who is a candidate for a chemical peel?
There is a chemical peel for nearly every skin type. Our physicians and medical aestheticians will help you find a peel to reach your skin care goals.
Unfortunately, they are not recommended for people with very sensitive skin.
How is a chemical peel performed?
Step 1: Evaluation by one of our skin care specialists. Follow this you may be started on a pre-treatment regimen to help prepare and protect the skin before your scheduled peel.
Step 2: Layer(s) of chemical peel solution is applied to the skin for a certain amount of my time based on what was used.
Step 3: A cleanse is performed when time is up to neutralize the solution and cleanse the skin.
Step 4: An at-home skincare regimen will be prescribed by your skin care specialist.
What’s the downtime after my procedure?
This varies from one day to five days.
How many treatments will I need?
The number of peels depend on the depth of the peel.
• Superficial peels: Can be done monthly.
• Medium peels: Typically done in series of 3 to 5.
• Deep peels: Can be done 1 to 2 times a year.
How much does a chemical peel cost?
A chemical peel costs a minimum of $150.
How long does the procedure take?
25-35 minutes varying based on depth of wrinkles
Try one of our skin revitalizing chemical peels today and see the difference!
Who does the procedure?
We have physicians on staff who participate in your skin evaluation. Depending on the grade of your peel it will be administered the physician or a medical esthetician.
Does chemical peel hurt?
Can a chemical peel be used on ANY part of my body?
It is primary for us on the face, neck and décolleté. They can be used on other areas if appropriate. Ask on of our physicians for a consult on your specific needs.
This will vary by the depth of the peel performed.
At Infinite Allure, we offer chemical peel services to those in Greensboro, Chapel Hill, Durham, High Point, Raleigh, and Winston-Salem, North Carolina.