Chemical Peels Cleveland
Chemical peels smooth the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, roughness, sun damage, acne scarring, hyperpigmentation and melasma. We offer a range of different strength of chemical peels that our licensed medical esthetician will select to provide the optimum treatment for your individual skincare needs.
What are the Benefits of Chemical Peels?
Chemical peels can do wonders for your skin. Chemical peels help remove dead skin cells from the top layer of the skin revealing brighter, smoother, and a more refined complexion. It can improve the texture and the overall look and feel of your skin.
Some of the benefits of a chemical peel include:
- Improves skin tone and texture
- Clarifies the skin and improves skin color
- Treats sun-damaged skin
- Helps reduce skin discoloration
- Helps smoothen fine lines, wrinkles, and other signs of aging
- Increases skin hydration
- Helpful in fading superficial scars and reduce visible skin imperfections
If you are looking for long-term results it is best to have three or more chemical peels at a gap of 4 to 6 weeks. Receiving a series of chemical peel treatments gives enhanced skin exfoliation which helps target the deeper layers of the epidermis. Deep exfoliation stimulates the production of newer skin cells resulting in healthy, glowing skin.
Am I a Good Candidate for a Chemical Peel?
The best candidates for chemical peels are those who have sun-damaged skin with uneven pigmentation. It is also highly beneficial for those who have actinic keratoses- rough, scaly patches on the top layer of the skin caused by sun exposure.
Exposure to sunlight can cause many skin problems like fine lines, wrinkles, sun spots, thinning of the skin, and even skin cancer. Chemical peels are very effective in treating skin problems caused by sun damage. Those with acne scars on the skin can also benefit from chemical peels.
The Type of Chemical Peels We Offer
Illuminize: This is our lightest peel, safe for all skin types, with little or no downtime. This light peel will leave your skin glowing and restored. It can also be added to any facial or combined with other aesthetic services.
Vitalize: Deeper than the Illuminize Peel, the Vitalize is our most popular peel and is often used in a series to address hyper-pigmentation and minimize the effects of sun damage.
Rejuvenize: Deeper than the Vitalize Peel, this advanced formulation of peeling agents has a built-in anti-irritant and penetration enhancer to provide controlled exfoliation.
It typically delivers results after just one treatment and can address the most stubborn hyper-pigmentation, refine pores and stimulate collagen production.
How to Prepare for a Chemical Peel
If you are thinking about getting a chemical peel, scheduling a consultation is the first step. Our team will analyze your skin to help determine the type of chemical peel that will provide you with the care you need Based upon your current skin condition and your goals for the skin treatment.
Recovering from a Chemical Peel
After a chemical peel, your new skin will be very sensitive for several days. You will need to avoid sun exposure for a few days. There may be some redness, flaking, and othere issues that may occur depending on the depth and type of peel used.
Schedule a Consultation Today
Your Chemical Peel will be administered at Dr. Jim Parry‘s clinic in Mayfield Heights, OH located just outside of Cleveland. Contact us today to schedule your Cleveland facial plastic procedure consultation.
Your Chemical Peel will be administered at Dr. Jim Parry‘s clinic in Mayfield Heights, OH located just outside of Cleveland.
Contact us today to schedule your Cleveland facial plastic procedure consultation.