Chemical Peels3 min read

Living in Arizona, we are no strangers to the effects of sun damage on our skin. With the harsh desert climate, our skin is constantly exposed to harmful UV rays, leading to premature aging, fine lines, and uneven skin tone. But fear not, as there is a simple solution to combat these effects – chemical peels.

What is a Chemical Peel?

A chemical peel is a non-invasive skin treatment that involves the application of a chemical solution to the skin. This solution works to exfoliate and remove the outer layer of dead skin cells, revealing smoother and healthier-looking skin underneath.

Chemical peels come in different strengths and types, ranging from mild to deep. Mild chemical peels are great for those with sensitive skin, while deep chemical peels are more suitable for those with severe skin concerns, such as acne scars and deep wrinkles.

The Benefits of Chemical Peels

Chemical peels offer numerous benefits for the skin. Not only do they improve the overall texture and appearance of the skin, but they also stimulate collagen production, which helps to reduce the signs of aging, such as fine lines and wrinkles.

Chemical peels can also help to reduce the appearance of hyperpigmentation, sun damage, and acne scars, resulting in a more even skin tone and smoother complexion.

Preparing for a Chemical Peel

Before getting a chemical peel, it is important to properly prepare the skin to ensure safe and effective results. This includes avoiding sun exposure and tanning beds for at least two weeks before the treatment, as well as discontinuing the use of any exfoliating products or retinoids.

It is also important to inform your licensed esthetician about any medications you are taking, as certain medications can increase the risk of complications during the treatment.

What to Expect During a Chemical Peel

During a chemical peel, your licensed esthetician will apply a chemical solution to your skin. You may feel a slight tingling or burning sensation, but this is completely normal and should subside after a few minutes.

After the treatment, you may experience some redness and peeling for a few days, but this is also normal and can be managed with proper skincare and sun protection.

Choosing the Right Licensed Esthetician

When it comes to getting a chemical peel, it is essential to choose a licensed and experienced esthetician who can assess your skin concerns and recommend the right type of chemical peel for your skin type and needs.

At Reveal, our licensed estheticians are trained in the latest techniques and products, and we use only the highest quality ingredients to ensure safe and effective results. We take pride in offering our clients a luxurious and serene atmosphere, where they can escape the stresses of daily life and focus on their skincare needs.

Schedule Your Chemical Peel Today

If you’re ready to reveal smoother, brighter, and healthier-looking skin, schedule a chemical peel treatment with one of our expert licensed estheticians at Reveal. We are dedicated to helping our clients achieve their skincare goals and feel confident and beautiful in their own skin.


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