What are chemical peels?
Chemical peels are noninvasive cosmetic treatments that remove the upper, damaged layers of skin off the surface of your face or other areas of the body.
How do chemical peels work?
Chemical peels focus on treatment of the epidermal layers of the skin. The epidermal layers are the outermost layers of the skin, also called the epidermis, which has 5 layers and protects the skin from the outside world. It is also the thinnest layer of the skin.
Applying chemical peels to the epidermal layers of the skin performs the central actions of increasing cellular turnover and shedding dead skin cells to reveal a brighter and healthier complexion. Chemical peels are referenced by how deeply they penetrate the skin. An introductory or superficial level peel is typically associated with minimal flaking, in contrast to deeper peels, which can allow for significant shedding of the skin that last up to 14 days.
A chemical peel treatment is a relatively quick process. It involves applying the solution to the face or problem areas during which you may experience some discomfort or irritation for a couple of minutes when the solution is applied to your skin, but it will quickly subside after treating the area with a neutralizing solution to stop the activation process.
The level of peel we offer is dependent on your skin type, skin issues or skin conditions.
Superficial peels remove your uppermost layer of skin only and offer an instant result, with little to no shedding and no downtime. It is the perfect treatment in the lead-up to a special occasion, ideally performed 3 - 4 days before to reveal a brighter, softer, smoother, and more hydrated appearance.
Medium peels reaches the middle layer of your skin and are recommended for those concerned with fine lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, photodamage, and lackluster skin. Also, depending on your skin condition, there can be initial sensitivity and redness but these resolve within a few days of treatment.
Deep peels aggressively reaches the deep layers for dramatic results. They are offered by doctor and recommended for clients serious about ‘turning’ back the years and revealing a more youthful complexion.
What are your options for chemical peels at Melanin Studio Ltd?
Our studio offers numerous popular types of Chemical Peels and our expert estheticians will help you explore the most effective and fitting type for your specific concerns.
Also, our studio offers a range of Chemical Peels with a wide range of benefits.
Salicylic Acid Peel - This light peel is an effective peeling agent for those with oily, acne-prone skin. It penetrates clogged pores to clear up acne and prevent further breakouts.
Lactic Acid Peel - This light peel is ideal for dry skin, this peel helps slough off dead cells while soothing the skin.
Glycolic Peel - This light/medium depth peel addresses several skin concerns including hyperpigmentation, fine lines and wrinkles, melasma, and all types of acne, especially comedonal.
Perfect Derma Peel - This medium depth peel improves the clarity, tone and texture of your skin. This peel has powerful ingredients including TCA, Kojic Acid, Retinoic Acid, Salicylic Acid, Phenol, Vitamin C and antioxidant Glutathione which helps to reduce sun spots, acne scars, dull or aging complexion.
Jessner Peel - This medium depth peel helps with hyperpigmentation, acne, and acne scarring. Recommended 4 peels, every other week for optimal results.
TCA Peel - This medium depth peel helps with wrinkles, deep lines and acne scarring. This peel is ideal for mature skin because mature skin usually has had more exposure and time to accumulate a fair amount of sun damage over the years.
Chemical peels require aftercare treatment, and clients must follow the instructions given and the aftercare take home kits for the best and most effective results! The use of sunscreen is imperative after treatment.
Each take home kit is curated specifically for each client and the treatment received.
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FAQ for for Light Chemical Peels
Q: What light chemical peels does The Melanin Studio Ltd offers:
A: Salicylic Peel, Glycolic Peel, Lactic Acid Peel
Q: How long is the recovery or downtime for the light chemical peels?
A: Essentially no shedding or no downtime.
Q: How long does the application process last for the light chemical peels?
A: Maximum time of 5-7 minutes.
Q: When are we not allowed to do the light chemical peels?
A: Known allergy or sensitivity to either lactic, glycolic or salicylic acids or aspirin. Suffering from sunburn. Suffering from a herpes simplex outbreak or other types of infections.
Q: Are clients provided with aftercare kits?
A: Yes, each client will be provided with aftercare take home kits. Each kit is specifically curated for each client based on chemical peel they got and their reaction/s to the application process.
Q: How often can I come in for a light chemical peel procedure?
A: Our expert medical estheticians will advice you based on results from completed consultations and previous treatment sessions.
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