Chemical peels are a type of cosmetic treatment that uses a chemical solution to improve the appearance of the skin. The solution is applied to the skin, and then the skin is allowed to peel off. This can help to improve the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and other types of skin imperfections. Chemical peels can also help to improve the overall texture and tone of the skin.
Niché Glow Peel
The Glow Peel from Niché MedSpa is a medical grade resurfacing chemical exfoliation that is perfect for those looking for a brighter skin complexion. It helps reduce the signs of aging, discoloration, and acne. While safe for most skin types, this peel is not recommended for those with Fitzpatrick Type V and above due to the presence of Salicylic Acid.
Niché Radiant Peel
Niché Radiant Peel is an advanced medical-grade chemical peel from Niché MedSpa. This multifunctional alpha hydroxy acid resurfacing peel contains 30% lactic acid and is a great anti-aging treatment that reduces signs of aging and discoloration. It is a gentler peel, suitable for more sensitive skin. Indicated for all skin types, the Radiant Peel provides superior results with little to no downtime.
Vitality Institute Peels
For patients that have received peels before or want dramatic results, VI Peels are the way to go. VI Peels are considered non-invasive, and relatively painless. Patients state that they feel “mild tinglings, like pins and needles,” but nothing too severe. VI peels require no downtime, it’s common to experience significant peeling over the first four-to-five days after treatment.
The VI Peel Precision Plus Dual Booster System offers an unparalleled approach to pigmentation by combining the proven power of two boosters- the long-trusted hydroquinone-enriched Lighten Booster and the fast-acting Brighten Booster. This system effectively suppresses melanogenesis and promotes rapid cell turnover, while also penetrating damaged areas and exfoliating to diminish textural damage.
The VI Peel Advanced treatment is for aging skin. It is a synergetic blend of ingredients that provide a deeper penetration to soften lines and wrinkles. The formula helps enhance collagen stimulation to increase cell turnover and promote a decrease in the loss of elasticity.
Types of Peels
A glycolic peel is a great way to achieve exfoliation and rejuvenation of aging skin. It has the smallest molecular size and penetrates the deepest, making it a great choice for those looking for significant results. Glycolic peels come in different strengths, depending on what you’re hoping to achieve.
Derived from milk, the lactic peel is ideal for skin that’s dry or sensitive to active ingredients like retinol. If you’re concerned about having an adverse reaction, the lactic peel is easier on the skin.
Salicylic acid peels are used to exfoliate the surface layers of the skin. The acid breaks the bonds that hold the skin’s cells together, which gives a gentle exfoliating action, causing them to shed away or peel.