Chemical Peel Facials from the Premier Med Spa in Utah
A Chemical Peel is a professional-grade facial that exfoliates damaged or dead skin and stimulates cellular renewal to improve both the health and appearance of your skin.
This popular skincare treatment visibly improves multiple skin blemishes, like sun damage, freckles, wrinkles, fine lines, uneven skin tone, both acne and acne-caused marks, dry patches, and multiple forms of hyperpigmentation. Chemical peels have been cleared by the FDA as safe, proven by multiple studies to clearly improve skin appearance¹, and are quick and convenient.
With fresh and vibrant skin, you can discover a whole new look! You can learn more about a chemical peel treatment from the skincare experts at Avahlee Med Spa, the leading chemical peel Utah provider. Call Avahlee Med Spa today at (801) 341-8341 or sign up online for a free consultation.
CHEMICAL PEEL BENEFITS
- FDA cleared as safe & effective.
- Improves skin texture
- Stimulates cellular renewal
- Evens out skin tone
- Corrects hyperpigmentation
- Strips away dead and damaged skin cells
- Reveals new, healthy skin
- Diminishes signs of aging
- Improves signs of acne
CHEMICAL PEEL BEFORE AND AFTER*These chemical peel before and after pictures show the sort of improvements to skin tone, aging, sun damage, and blemishes that chemical peels can help you realize. Though results vary with any cosmetic treatment, the presented chemical peel before and after pictures are of real patients, demonstrating real chemical peel results.*
HOW DOES A CHEMICAL PEEL WORK?Chemical peels exfoliate the surface layer of skin, which often looks unhealthy and dull because it consists of dead, damaged skin cells. Chemical peels employ chemical solutions, cleared by the FDA to safely remove that outer layer of dead skin. Doing so reveals the healthier, more vibrant layer of skin that lies underneath. Exfoliating dead skin cells also encourages cellular renewal, which results in the body creating fresh skin cells that will soon replace and revitalize the older skin layer.¹ Each specific chemical peel affects a different depth of skin layer. Based on each individual’s skin care concerns, the chemical peel can be modified to target specific depths to achieve ideal results. This was substantiated recently in research from the Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology, which found that cell renewal and exfoliation result from “a wide variety of peels…with various topical agents and concentrations.” They found that this variety allows “clinicians to tailor the treatment to individual patient needs.” After reviewing all the collected data, the researchers concluded, “chemical peeling is a popular, relatively inexpensive, and generally safe method for treatment of some skin disorders and to refresh and rejuvenate skin.”¹
CHEMICAL PEEL APPLICATIONSA number of skin conditions receive clinical improvement¹ from the exfoliating and rejuvenating effects of chemical peels. Treatable conditions include:
- Acne scars
- Aging skin
- Sagging skin
- Crow’s feet
- Uneven skin tone
- Dull looking complexion
- Hyperpigmentation & melasma
- Sun damage (freckles, brown spots, etc.)