Chemical Peels

What are Chemical Peels?

Chemical peels are a type of skincare treatment where skin is exfoliated through the application of topical serums alone–no rubbing, massaging, or scrubbing (aka manual exfoliation) necessary. Chemical peels are excellent options for people with very sensitive or acne prone skin, which can be irritated by even gentle manual exfoliation or microdermabrasion.

What time of Chemical Peels are available at Aledo Empowered Wellness?

The Illuminize Peel is a gentle chemical peel ideal for a) people who have never tried a peel before or b) people with mild skin imperfections. We call this our “Red Carpet Peel,” because you will leave the clinic with glowing, radiant and refreshed skin. There is no downtime with this peel, and no actual peeling! It can be performed by your licensed aesthetician or medical provider as often as every 2 weeks. Please remember that while this peel is gentle and illuminizing, it is still a medical grade, professional peel and care should be taken to use appropriate sun protection following its administration. See one of our licensed providers to find out if this peel is right for you!

The Vitalize Peel is our more powerful chemical peel. For those of you looking to reverse more significant skin damage, fine lines, acne scarring, hyperpigmentation, and/or melasma, this peel works wonders. The Vitalize peel does everything that Illuminize does, but with a little more “oomph!” Active ingredients include (<10%) Salicylic acid, Lactic acid, Resorcinol, Panthenol, Saponins and Retinol. This peel can be administered every 3-4 weeks, and provides phenomenal results when repeated in a series of 3-6 total peels.

At Aledo Empowered Wellness we care about customizing the right treatment for every patient. Your needs are unique, and your skincare plan should be too. Schedule your aesthetic or skincare consultation today and we will help you put your best face forward.



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