At Reveal Spa, we love chemical peels and the benefits they can provide your skin. We work with all skin types and conditions and will work with you to meet your skin goals! Our professional clinical peel treatments from CosMedix and PCA Skin stimulate gentle, healthy change deep in the skin. You will achieve maximum results with minimum downtime. No, you will not look like Samantha from Sex in the City after a chemical peel!

We follow the the progressive, not aggressive treatment philosophy. By treating the skin gently and infusing it with beneficial nourishing and strengthening ingredients during professional treatments, you will consistently see faster, more dramatic treatment outcomes. If the goal is healthy, beautiful skin, then a progressive approach is usually the best choice.

Peels are available in different levels, with lower level peels usually requiring little to no downtime. On the other hand, high level peels can cause moderate to severe skin flaking, which is why clients are instructed to stay out of the sun and follow a strict skin care routine. There are peels for all skin types and Reveal Spa's Certified Professionals are trained to identify what treatment is safe for each person’s skin in order for you to reap the greatest benefits. Professional peels are increasingly effective with pre- and post-treatment care, balancing your skin before the peel and nurturing it after the treatment. Today, chemical peels are formulated to preserve, promote and protect healthy skin, regardless of whether visible exfoliation is seen following the treatment. Frequently exfoliation is at a cellular level and not appearing to the naked eye.

Your esthetician will determine the best peel for you on the day of your treatment and will only perform the peels deemed appropriate for your skin type, condition, concern and preparedness for treatment. Preparation for your chemical peel with homecare may be required for 14-28 days prior to some peels, as well as post-peel care products. A course of 3-6 peel treatments is typically recommended, depending on your skin requirements.

Chemical peel treatments are aimed at treating common skin concerns and complaints including rosacea, pigmentation, melasma, photodamage and premature aging as well as oily and enlarged pores, acne and acne scarring. Professionally applied peel solutions exfoliate dead skin cells and help healthy skin cells rise to the surface. These treatments allow deeper layers of fresh and untouched skin to be revealed. The result of monthly treatments can even skin tone, clear acne, improve the appearance of aging skin and make dull complexions glow.Using professional daily care products in the weeks before your chemical peel is an important step in preparing your skin and ensuring excellent results.

Skin that is balanced and healthy will help reduce the risk of complications and typically lead to better treatment results. Equally as important, post-treatment products are designed to be used after a chemical peel or to minimize the potential for uncommon side effects. In preparation for your treatment, your esthetician will evaluate your skin to determine the most effective combination of daily care products for you. A post-care kit will be given to you after your first chemical peel appointment.

Along with receiving regular treatments from your esthetician, a daily care regimen is critical to achieving and maintaining optimal skin health. Consider the 60:1 analogy: you manage your own skin at least twice a day at home; that’s 60 times in any given month versus a single monthly treatment from a clinician. The basics for a daily care regimen include: cleanse, correct, hydrate and protect. While professional treatments are just as important for the health of your skin, doing your part on a daily basis to improve and maintain the results of those treatments is the key.


 •If you are taking a doctor prescribed acne medication, such as Isotretinoin or Accutane, you must discontinue use for at least 6 months prior to a chemical peel.
•If you are using a prescribed exfoliant such as Retin-A®, Renova®, Differin®, Tazorac®, Avage® or a high percentage Glycolic Acid product, discontinue use for approximately 10 days prior to your chemical peel. Please consult your physician before discontinuing the use of any prescription medication.
•If you have active herpes simplex (cold sores) on treatment area, you can NOT receive a chemical peel.
•If you are allergic to aspirin, you can NOT receive a chemical peel.
•If you have had a sunburn, significant sun exposure or wind-burn within the last 2 weeks, you can NOT receive a chemical peel.
•If you have waxed your face, you must wait at least 72 hours to receive a chemical peel.


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