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Chemical Peels (Light, Medium, and Deep Facial Rejuvenation Treatment) – Dallas, TX

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About Chemical Peels

To provide the best results from chemical peel aesthetic treatments, Renew Beauty Med Spa & Wellness Center provides you with multiple options. Your medical-grade facial treatment with chemical solutions (such as glycolic, salicylic, lactic, and trichloroacetic acids) will give you healthier, more radiant skin. At our Dallas and Frisco, TX offices, we offer chemical peel treatments that help to remove skin flaws, including fine lines, wrinkles, scars, uneven patches, hyperpigmentation issues, and more. Chemical peels eliminate dead or damaged skin cells by using a specific solution on your skin, which causes the oldest layer to peel off. As your skin heals and begins to rejuvenate and repair itself, you should notice a clearer, smoother complexion. A chemical peel treatment is a noninvasive procedure to make your skin bright and may be appropriate for the face, neck, and décollatage.

Variations of Chemical Peels

In both our Dallas and Frisco, TX offices, we provide chemical peels in a few levels (light, medium, and deep) to fit our patients' skin care concerns and goals.

Light peels: You can have a light chemical peel on your lunch break and get back to your day. This strength of peel will remove the top layer of skin (the epidermis), giving your complexion a brighter appearance and softer texture. We typically suggest that you get a light treatment around once a month for the best glowing results.

Medium-depth peels: This strength of chemical peel penetrates deeper into your skin and you'll usually prefer to do this level of facial rejuvenation treatment over a long weekend. You may also prefer to prepare yourself for more discomfort during and around an hour after this chemical peel. Medium-depth peels are best for patients who have significant damage to their skin, such as deeper wrinkles and darker pigmentation issues.

Deep peels: The most advanced of the three types of chemical peels is the deep peel treatment and it will require the most recovery time. This is an aggressive cosmetic treatment that could leave your face peeling, itchy, and swollen for several weeks. Patients who receive a deep peel will have dark age spots, sun-damaged skin, significant acne scars, or deep-seated scars. As this strength of peel is typically uncomfortable for most patients, we will provide you with mild anesthesia prior to your procedure.

Some of our most popular options include:

  • Trichloroacetic Acid (TCA) Peel
  • Alphahydroxy Acids (AHA) Peel
  • PCA Peel® Salicylic Acid 
  • PCA Peel® Exfoliating Treatments (PCA Peel® HQ Free, PCA Peel® with Hydroquinone, PCA Peel® with Hydroquinone and Resorcinol Exfoliating Treatment)
  • Ultra Peel® I and II Exfoliating Treatments
  • Sensi Peel® Exfoliating Treatment
  • Pumpkin Peel Beta-C Mask Treatment
  • The Esthetique Peel™
  • Clarifying Mask
  • Detox Gel for Oily/Problem Skin
  • Detox Gel for Normal/Sensitive Skin
  • Green Peel® – Herbal Deep Peeling Treatment
  • Obagi® Blue Peel

Ideal Candidates

Receiving the suggestions of an aesthetic professional is the first step in the journey to healthier skin. One of our team members at Renew Beauty Med Spa & Wellness Center can assess your skin during a consultation at our Dallas or Frisco office before choosing a peel treatment for ideal results. Chemical peel candidates, of both genders, typically have noticeable problems in their skin, like scaly patches, flaky skin, uneven pigmentation, fine lines, wrinkles, sun spots, and much more. We will suggest multiple types of chemical peels to fit your needs and concerns.

Procedure Technique

During your treatment at Renew Beauty Med Spa & Wellness Center, we will have you lying down in a relaxed position to administer your peel. We will make sure your skin is cleansed before applying the customized solution to your treatment areas. We will massage the solution onto your face and let it set for a specific amount of time, which will be discussed in your treatment planning session. Finally, we will wash the solution off your face and apply a neutralizing agent. You are encouraged to bring a light sunscreen or a hat to wear outside after the procedure to protect from environmental exposure.

What to Expect

Depending on the level of the peel you choose, you can expect the face to itch and peel from a few days to a couple weeks. Our aesthetic team will give instructions on methods to care for your skin during your consultation. Please keep in mind that no matter how much your skin itches during the post-treatment process, it is never helpful to pick the skin off. You could cause scarring to your delicate skin!

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a chemical peel cost?
Our aesthetic team will talk about your costs in your consultation after they come up with your chemical peel treatment plan. The cost of a chemical peel can vary based on the level you get. Renew Beauty Med Spa & Salon accepts many payments methods and you can ask about current specials on facial treatments, like chemical peels. You may also consider buying a package of several chemical peel treatments.

What level should I choose for my chemical peel?
The best chemical peel for you will depend on your unique skin needs and cosmetic goals. During your consultation with our aesthetic team, they will help you select which type of peel is right for your skin. Some factors you may consider are your overall health, your skin type, how deep you want the peel to work, how long you can spend in recovery, and what concerns you have about the appearance of your skin. For first time patients, it may be better to start with a lighter peel and see how you like the results. From there, you and our aesthetic team might tweak your plan to discover the best chemical peel level for your needs.

Should I get a chemical peel or dermabrasion treatment?
Dermabrasion and chemical peels are both facial rejuvenation procedures that correct surface imperfections to give your skin a rejuvenated appearance. The major difference is that dermabrasion uses surgical tools (a rotating brush or shaving instrument) to remove the top layer of skin through a careful scraping process. A chemical peel uses a caustic solution that is applied to your skin to dissolve dead and damaged skin cells. During your consultation, a member of our aesthetic team will go over the advantages of each treatment and help you decide whether a chemical peel or dermabrasion is better to achieve your needs and goals.

Will my face hurt after a chemical peel?
Depending on the formula used, you may have some discomfort while it is actively treating your skin. If you have a lighter peel, you will probably feel some stinging, but it goes away quickly with a handheld fan. Medium and deep peels are good for deeper problems and offer results that last a long time, but they are typically more uncomfortable. Topical anesthetics, medications, and ointments can be applied to minimize your discomfort during the treatment. Our aesthetic team will give you tips on skin care after your chemical peel to extend your results.

Can I combine a chemical peel with other treatments?
For even greater improvements to your skin, you may combine a chemical peel with another skin treatment at Renew Beauty Med Spa & Salon. During your consultation, be honest with our team about your skin and cosmetic issues so they can create a personalized treatment plan to best address your goals. This may include injectable wrinkle treatments (like BOTOX or Juvéderm) along with your chemical peel to rejuvenate your whole appearance.

Great Skin Starts here

Even if you know nothing about treatments to rejuvenate the skin, Renew Beauty Med Spa & Wellness Center will help you choose the ideal procedure for your goals. Your newly renewed skin will thank you by looking healthy and caressingly smooth. Call our office in Dallas or Frisco, TX to get your skin examination today for a chemical peel treatment.

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