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Chemical Peels

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Illuminize Peel®

The Illuminize Peel® is an excellent option for mild skin imperfections, first-time chemical peel patients, or those looking for a gentle, non-invasive solution to a dull, lackluster complexion. This chemical peel treatment gently removes the top layer of dead skin cells and other debris to allow for more efficient penetration of your topical skin care products while leaving your skin with a beautiful, radiant glow.

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Vitalize Peel in New York City

Vitalize Peel®

The Vitalize Peel® is a popular cosmetic treatment that can address a wide range of skin concerns, including hyperpigmentation, acne scarring, sun damage, and lines and wrinkles. It contains a blend of alpha- and beta-hydroxy acids, as well as resorcinol and retinoic acid, to impart a smooth radiance and even skin tone and texture.

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Rejuvenize Peel in New York City

Rejuvenize Peel™

Rejuvenate your skin with the Rejuvenize Peel™, which helps to smooth away the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. While most people see noticeable results after just one treatment, a combination of 3 to 6 peels typically produces ideal results.

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Can I get a chemical peel on the neck and chest area?

Chemical peels carefully administered by a board-certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon can be helpful for neck and chest skin aging and sun damage, but the skin in those areas is surprisingly much more sensitive to damage than the face. Superficial peels gently supervised, and repeated over time, can accumulate improvement, but ongoing diligent sun protection is key to the success of this treatment. Lasers and light-based treatments chosen carefully may be a better choice in this area.

Should I stop using retinoids before a chemical peel?

September 18, 2010nnIt is very important to stop Retin-A, retinol, retinaldehyde, or any other version of a topical retinoid before a chemical peel, laser or light based treatment, or even a facial waxing. Even some cosmetic facials may cause a problem during retnioid use. Retinoids make the skin cells much more sensitive to injury and must not be active in the area during these treatments.