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Chemical Peels

What is a chemical peel?

A chemical peel is a minimally invasive procedure that helps improve the appearance of skin. During the procedure your doctor, or a specially trained aesthetician under the supervision of a doctor, carefully applies combinations of powerful solutions to the face, décolletage (neck and chest), or hands to remove dead skin cells. The solutions penetrate into the skin, causing dead skin cells to peel off. The new skin is smoother and more refined-looking.

There are many types of chemical peel preparations, and the right preparation for you depends on your skin type and desired results. Light or superficial chemical peels usually consist of alpha and beta hydroxy acids, such as glycolic, lactic, or salicylic acid, that are combined to improve the appearance of fine lines, mild to moderate photoageing and rough, uneven skin. 

At Aesthetics Medical Group, we use Blue Peel RADIANCE®

Blue Peel RADIANCE® delivers improvements in the appearance of skin tone and texture

• At day 35 (1 week after third peel), the appearance of patients’ skin was improved vs baseline3,*
– 80% of patients had at least 1-grade

improvement in photoageing and the

appearance of fine lines and wrinkles – 100% of patients had at least 1-grade

improvement in tactile roughness

• 87% of patients said that Blue Peel RADIANCE® met their expectations and they would recommend it to a friend.

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