Medical Spa located in Blue Springs, MO
Chemical peels offer a chance to achieve a renewed, refreshed complexion without lasers, injections, or invasive procedures. They are also among the most popular treatments available at Indigo MedSpa in Blue Springs, Missouri. If you’re curious about what chemical peels can do for your skin, schedule an appointment using the easy online booking tool today. You can also reach the office by phone to check appointment availability.
Chemical Peels Q & A
What are chemical peels?
Chemical peels are a type of exfoliant that uses a chemical solution to remove the outermost layers of your skin, revealing a fresh layer of healthy skin cells. They are versatile treatments that can address a wide range of skin issues.
Peels are a great option for those who cannot tolerate light-based therapies. They are also a good alternative to radiofrequency treatments. Many people incorporate chemical peels into their ongoing skin care routine.
What skin conditions can chemical peels improve?
Chemical peels leave your skin with a noticeable glow, looking refreshed and renewed. Some of the specific skin conditions that chemical peels can treat include:
- Discoloration due to sun damage
- Acne scarring
- Clogged pores
- Irregularities in texture and tone
- Fine lines and wrinkles
Depending on the condition of your skin and your desired results, you may need a series of chemical peels to achieve the best possible effects.
What happens during a chemical peel?
Indigo MedSpa uses a medium-strength chemical peel, which delivers a powerful effect without the extreme sensitivity and downtime of a deeper peel. When you arrive, your practitioner gently cleanses your skin before applying a thin layer of the chemical solution.
You can relax as the peel goes to work. You may feel a slight tingling or stinging sensation, but there is no significant discomfort associated with chemical peels. Once the peel has had time to work into your skin, your practitioner gently removes the solution.
You may experience a degree of mild redness, tenderness, and swelling after your chemical peel. It’s important to note that your skin will be more sensitive to the sun for a few days, so take care to use a good-quality sunscreen and avoid prolonged time outdoors.
The outermost layers of your skin will begin to peel within a few days of your treatment. Don’t pick at the peeling areas or try to speed the process by any form of manual exfoliation.
To explore chemical peels and other aesthetic treatments in more detail, schedule a consultation at Indigo MedSpa at your earliest convenience. You can book online or over the phone in just moments.