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Chemical Peelsin Dedham

For remarkable skin improvement, our personalized chemical peels at Dedham Medical Aesthetics cater to your exact skin concerns.

Whether you have skin texture issues, dullness, pigmentation, fine lines, dark spots, acne or scarring, chemical peels provide dramatic results at an affordable cost. Exfoliation is a beneficial process when rejuvenating the skin, and this is the core benefit of the chemical peel. At Dedham Medical Aesthetics, we proudly offer VI chemical peels to exfoliate the skin and deliver a clear, vibrant complexion.

Benefits Of Chemical Peels

The main benefit of chemical peels is the ability to restore youthful, vibrant skin in areas that may have been previously damaged or wrinkled. Chemical peels can:

  • Refine pores
  • Exfoliate deeply
  • Tighten and firm skin
  • Tame acne breakouts
  • Soften the look of scars
  • Stimulate skin cell repair
  • Trigger collagen production
  • Smooth fine lines and wrinkles
  • Reduce hyperpigmentation, freckles, & dark spots

If you are interested in a chemical peel Dedham Medical Aesthetics will provide you with a complimentary consultation.

What Is A Chemical Peel?

A chemical peel is a technique similar to a facial, but is characterized by applying a chemical solution to the skin, causing it to exfoliate. This allows new skin to form in its place, which tends to be smoother and less wrinkled than the previous layer.

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How Do Chemical Peels Work?

Chemical peels work by using a powerful combination of chemicals (usually acids) to trigger exfoliation of the skin, improving a variety of skin concerns. These acids come in different strengths depending on the type of skin issue you are experiencing.

Who Can Have A Chemical Peel?

Chemical peels can correct so many skin problems that they are useful for just about anyone who has skin concerns. However, it is not suitable for some conditions. In certain cases, laser skin therapy or other cosmeceutical treatments may be recommended instead of a chemical peel if our facial expert thinks it will work better. Our knowledgeable peel specialist is committed to guiding you to the appropriate treatment so you can get the results you want.

As with most other cosmetic procedures, women that are pregnant or nursing are advised against receiving chemical peels. The chemicals in the peel are skin-safe. However, they are designed to penetrate the skin, and therefore should not be used during pregnancy or breastfeeding.

While chemical peels can correct a host of skin problems, it is best not to have a chemical peel on blistered, broken, wounded, inflamed, or sunburned skin.

Schedule Your Chemical Peel At Dedham Medical Aesthetics

Your appointment for a chemical peel starts with a personalized consultation. After listening, our peel specialist will conduct a skin examination and suggest the peel that will best meet your needs.

If you would like to proceed with treatment, we can apply the peel the same day as the consult. The peel process usually takes less than 30 minutes, and you will be one step closer to healthy, rejuvenated skin.

Our goal is to make sure your treatment is safe. That is why we offer complimentary consultations for chemical peels at Dedham Medical Aesthetics. If you are considering a chemical peel, let our peel experts guide you through the process to ensure safe, vibrant results.

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Chemical Peel FAQs

Chemical peels vary in intensity and downtime. While light peels have little to no downtime, stronger peels may have a recovery period. However, this wouldn’t necessarily require time off from work or school.

For mild skin issues, such as dull skin and slight discoloration, a lighter peel may be suggested. The more severe the skin issue, the more likely a strong peel will be needed to produce adequate results. You will be advised of the chemical peel downtime to expect before getting treated so that you can plan accordingly.

While each chemical peel will vary depending on the specific treatment used, chemical peels generally cause exfoliation of the skin. This means your skin will peel and then heal, revealing youthful, healthy skin underneath. Some patients may choose to have multiple treatments to get the results they desire.

The cost of a chemical peel will vary depending on which method is used and how many treatments are received. To ensure our patients can get the best treatment possible, we offer flexible financing options including CareCredit®. Our office also accepts major credit cards, cash, and cashier’s checks.

To learn more about our chemical peel options or schedule a free consultation, contact us today. Dedham Medical Aesthetics proudly serves patients from Canton, Randolph, Westwood, Boston, and the surrounding communities.

While a single chemical peel treatment will likely yield noticeable results, most of our clients see the most benefit with repeat treatments. Peels are typically done in series of 3 but in some cases, you may need more. Peels are usually spaced 4-6 weeks apart. This gives enough time for the skin to repair itself before beginning the next treatment. It is best to come in for peels on a regular schedule. Each peel improves upon the results of the last.

Since chemical peels vary greatly in terms of strength, the side effects can be as minimal as a little dryness and light peeling to intense peeling, prolonged redness, and crusting. Not all patients require a very strong peel to get good results. Our goal is to match the treatment according to your cosmetic goals and willingness for downtime.

Chemical peels increase sun sensitivity. Please refrain from sun exposure and use SPF after treatment.

Contact us today to schedule your appointment with our incredible staff at Dedham Medical Aesthetics. Take your first steps to a more beautiful you.

414 Washington St, Dedham, MA 02026