What do Chemical Peels do?
Chemical peels are an important part of your skin’s health. As an effective treatment option for most skin types and concerns, they improve tone, texture, fine lines and wrinkles, breakouts and dark spots. The post-peel reality is a glowing, healthy complexion!
We love that peels are easy to work into a busy lifestyle. With no downtime, this procedure is easy to maintain and keep up with your regimen! Chemical Peels should be done every 4-6 weeks to continually exfoliate and renew your skin. Enhancing the cell turnover with chemical peels will ensure your results are maximized! The result is glowing skin free of signs of aging, sun damage, and dead skin!
Here at Re3 Healing Aesthetic and Wellness we offer a wide selection of chemical peels, with varying intensities and formulas tailored to suit your needs. Because we offer so many, it’s best to know what your treatment goals are before choosing a product. All peels are not created equal. Re3 Chemical Peels are available in several different strengths using the award-winning SkinMedica and PCA professional grade skin care lines. PCA’s line includes the Sensi, Ultra and Ultra Forte Peels. From SkinMedica, we offer the Illuminize Peel, Vitalize Peel, and Rejuvenize Peels!
What to expect during your chemical peel?
When you come in for your appointment, your aesthetician will discuss your goals, and suggest the best peel for you from any one of these amazing options for your skin’s specific needs. After your treatment, you’ll leave your appointment with a healthy glow and able to carry on with your day! All of these peels are amazing options for clients who want glowing, refreshed skin with quick spa services and no downtime.
During your procedure, you might not experience visible peeling. That doesn’t mean your treatment was ineffective. Everyone experiences different levels of peeling, depending on your skin type, type of peel, and sensitivity levels. Some people experience ‘sheeting,’ when large portions of the skin peel off at once. Some experience ‘flaking,’ when small pieces of skin peel off, similar to mild peeling after a sunburn. Others exfoliation is not visible at all. If you don’t peel, your skin is still exfoliating but it’s on a cellular level that can’t be seen by the naked eye! Typically, the deeper the peel you receive, the more extensive peeling you will experience.