Chemical Peels

Chemical Peels

The Skin's natural cell turnover process is a complex series of steps that ultimately leads to the shedding of dead skin cells. This process can be easily disrupted with the aging process, exposure to various environmental insults and skin diseases. The improper turnover of the skin leads to a dull, dry rough skin with uneven patchy tone.

It is here that Chemical Peels come into play. There are various kinds of Chemical Peels used depending on their depth in penetration and to address the different skin problems and also take in consideration the patient skin tone. Here at our clinic we use different kind of peels.

Types of peels

  • Alphahydroxy Acid Peels : Glycolic Acid Peel, Lactic Acid Peel
  • Betahydroxy Acid Peels : Salicylic Acid Peels. Salicylic Acid is derived from willow tree bark, winter green oil & sweet birch.
  • Trichloroaretic Acid Peel : (TCA) Peels
  • Retinol Peels (Yellow Peels): These Peels are mainly derivatives of Plants and fruits extracts, including Glycolic Acid (Sugarcane), Malic (Apples), Tartaric (Grapes), Citric (Citrus), Mandelic (Almonds), Lactic (Milk) and Phytic (Rice) acids.

Who can gets peels done?

  • Rough Skin
  • Acne Marks
  • Pigmentation
  • Dull Skin
  • Fine Lines
  • Photo Damaged / Sun Damaged Skin
  • Active Acne
  • Patchy, Pigmentation
  • Patients with Black Heads, White Heads
  • Pigmentation on the body (elbow, knees, hands, back)