Chemical Peels in Denver
Targeted Resurfacing Treatments Designed To Reveal Smoother, Healthier Skin
Performed by a skincare professional, these exfoliating treatments help resurface the uppermost layer of the skin to reveal new, healthy skin underneath. Chemical peels are available in a variety of formulations and concentrations to target various skin concerns including fine lines and wrinkles, blemishes, enlarged pores, and uneven skin tone.
Many clients will need a series ranging from 3-6 treatments, depending on skin concerns. Your skincare professional may also recommend advanced homecare products to precondition skin or extend results.
Micropeel Sensitive Skin Solution
This light lactic peel is a great way to exfoliate the face and keep your skin feeling refreshed. Formulated with niacin, lactic acid, and usnic acid, Micropeel Sensitive Skin Solution gently exfoliates all types of skin, decongests pores.
Gel Peel GL
This peel combines glycolic and lactic acids to exfoliate surface cells and hydrate the skin. Helps to improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, dullness, and visible skin imperfections.
Gel Peel SM
Formulated to address pore congestion, wrinkles, other signs of aging, and irritation, Gel Peel SM combines salicylic and mandelic acids to manage problematic skin and promote exfoliation.
Pigment Balancing Peel
This medium depth peel targets the appearance of uneven skin tone to improve photo-damage and acne-related discoloration. A Pigment Balancing Peel combines brightening agents with a peeling solution.
Advanced Corrective Peel
Formulated with an exclusive blend of clinical-grade acids and a maximized peel concentration of phenylethyl resorcinol, an Advanced Corrective Peel dramatically diminishes the appearance of discoloration, while smoothing texture and refining the appearance of pores, to restore a brighter, more clarified skin tone. For optimal results, a series of 4-6 treatments every 4 weeks is recommended.
How Do Chemical Peels Work?
During the treatment, your skin care professional will apply one or more layers of a chemical peel solution onto your skin for a specified amount of time. This is dependent on the type of chemical peel used, the concentration of the solution, skin type, and skin’s reactivity to the treatment. The goal is to create a controlled, safe injury to the skin, thereby prompting skin to naturally repair itself and reveal newer, brighter skin.