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CHEMICAL PEELS UPLAND
Chemical Peels in Upland are the most requested service because it is the most effective treatment to address the most common skin conditions including, pre-mature aging and acne. Chemical Peels at True Beauty Aesthetics include;
- TCA Peel
- Glycolic Acid Peel
- Mandelic Acid Peel
- Lactic Acid Peel
- Exfoliating & Hydrating Complex Peel
- Age Reverse Antioxidant Peel
In our youth, skin cells naturally turn-over every 18 to 20 days resulting in a healthy, vibrant look. As we age this process slows down giving us a dull, chalky appearance. Chemical Peels stimulate cell turn-over to give back that radiant look we remember.
If you are experiencing acne from high bacteria levels or from hormonal skin, chemical peels are an excellent way to correct these conditions.
With over 10 different formulations, our medical staff will customize a peel to effectively treat your skin. Chemical Peels are one of the most effective and affordable ways to turn back the hands of time.
Chemical Peels FAQ
Chemical peels in Upland produce controlled injury to the skin, which promote growth of new skin and improved appearance. A variety of chemicals can be used as peeling agents and include Glycolic, Trichloroacetic (TCA), salicylic and resorcinol. The different chemical solutions produce different degrees of injury to the skin.
What Do I Need To Know Before My Chemical Peel?
Chemical Peels cannot be performed on skin that is tan or burned from sun exposure. Self-tanner should not be used 2 weeks prior to your peel. Discontinue the use of any topical prescription medications 7 days before treatment. For example, Retin-A, Trilumen, Differin, etc.
What are chemical peels used for?
Chemical peels are used for the treatment of photo-aging (from sun damage), wrinkles, scarring, precancerous lesions, and discoloration (including melasma, freckles, and age spots).
How are chemical peels performed?
There are numerous chemical peels and each one is performed differently. In general, chemical peels usually begin with vigorous cleansing of the skin, followed by application of the appropriate peel.
What is the most popular peel solution?
Glycolic Acid – probably due to the fact that all skin types benefit from Glycolic Acid – is the most commonly recognized chemical peel solution. Salicylic Acid is also very common for use in combatting the causes of oily skin and breakouts.
How long do chemical peels take?
Most peels can be performed within a few minutes, depending on size of the area being treated.
What will my skin feel like after a chemical peel?
The state of your skin after a peel depends on the type of chemical used and your skin type. Superficial peels have limited effects. Medium peels may cause some redness and the deeper peels may require 10-14 days to recover.
How many peels will I need?
Generally Chemical Peels in Upland are done once every 2-3 weeks, until the desired results are achieved. Maintenance peels can then be performed once a month.
How long do the results last?
With good sun protection, results can last months, even years. This is dependent upon the depth of the peel. The deeper peels generally provide a long-lasting effect.
What are the risks of chemical peels?
Superficial peels are quite safe, although minor irritation of the skin can occur. The risk of deep peels can include infection, scarring, redness, and discoloration. During a very deep peel (administered under the care of a physician only), anesthesia should be used and vital signs monitored.
How long after a chemical peel before I can return to normal activities?
A. Light Peels– The light peel takes approximately three to five days to complete the shedding process. No downtime required.