Our Surrey Chemical peel is a technique that removes the top layer of skin to reveal the brighter, younger-looking skin underneath. It is used to treat damaged and dry skin along with acne, wrinkles, scars, and uneven skin tone.

When it comes to chemical peels, your options are not limited. Our White Rock Chemical peel is available for all kinds of skins and skin concerns.

There are three basic types of chemical peels and it depends on the condition of your skin and your requirements to determine which peel is best suitable for you; a light chemical peel, medium chemical peel, and deep chemical peel. All three types of chemical peel Surrey have the same goal; to renew your skin but they differ penetration depth and the outcome.

Light Chemical Peel

A light chemical peel is an excellent treatment for uneven skin tone and acne scars. While it might not make its way deep enough to regenerate new skin but it will remove the epidermis; the outer layer of the skin. A light chemical peel may not be capable of accomplishing everything in one sitting, repeating the procedure at frequent intervals will help you attain your required outcomes and a subtle glow that you deserve to have.

Light peel consists of chemicals that are light and gentle on your skin including lactic acid, salicylic acid, glycolic and maleic acid.

Procedure

Every skincare procedure begins with the same step; cleaning and sanitizing, of course. Make sure your face is cleansed and washed.

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The next step is to apply the chemical. Give it a few minutes to fully enter your skin then wash the chemical off gently. It may cause some irritation or feel stingy at first but once your skin gets used to it, it’ll feel absolutely fine.

Medium Chemical Peel

A medium chemical peel is slightly deeper than the light one. While a light peel simply removes the epidermis, a medium peel also eliminates the upper half of the mid-layer. Because it penetrates deeper, the chemicals employed are a little stronger than in the light peel and the results are more noticeable. Event planner Vancouver uses medium chemical peels to do magic for your skin.

This type of peel can quickly address deeper, more visible wrinkles, aggressive acne, and acne scars, as well as pigmentation.

Procedure

1) The first step will be the same; cleansing.

2) Apply the chemical on your skin for several minutes.

3) Your skin might feel a little stingy and the area where the chemical is applied might turn whitish-grey.

4) To relax your skin and to balance the chemicals, the skin is compressed.

5) The procedure is then completed and your skin will need a day or two to start the process. Keep it well moisturized during this period.

Deep Chemical Peels

Deep chemical peels go deeply into your skin to restore it fully. They can readily repair sun-damaged skin, fine lines, wrinkles, acne, and pigmentation. The cleansing and exfoliation are thorough and the effects are excellent and will last for years.

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Deep chemical peeling Downtown Vancouver uses the strongest chemicals, but you won’t have to repeat the procedure to achieve the desired results. Deep peeling commonly includes the use of a phenol peel. Because deep chemical peeling uses the strongest chemicals, you should make sure you thoroughly evaluate the condition of your skin before proceeding. The best option is to consult with a dermatologist and also follow the pre-treatment. White Rock Spa provides the best deep chemical peel services in Vancouver after examining your skin thoroughly.

Procedure

1) You may be given a local anesthetic to numb your face before the procedure begins

2) This is followed by facial cleansing.

3) Your face will be covered in phenol once it has been thoroughly washed.

4) Water is then used to neutralize the chemical peel.

5) An ointment may be prescribed to alleviate the dryness or soreness.

It is recommended to always consult a skin expert and have your skin examined before selecting the type of chemical peel you want to have.