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Medical Grade Chemical Peel

Good to Glow Peel 

Reveal a smoother, “Glowing” New You

 

This highly effective non-surgical cosmetic procedure is used to help restore and rejuvenate the skin. The Good to Glow Peel, is an organic peel that can be used on the face, hands, or neck. This treatment involves the application of a chemical solution to the skin which stimulates protein production, exfoliating your skin to reveal a fresher, smoother, more radiant appearance. Any areas where you may have had hyper-pigmentation, age spots, sunspots, and discoloration will be faded and less visible.

 

If you have sun damage, hyperpigmentation or fine lines and wrinkles that bother you, chemical peels are effective for treatment and for evening out skin tone and texture. Have skin discolorations from acne scars? You will be amazed with the results of our Good to Glow Peel. If you use skin treatment serums, night creams, or other products

to care for your skin this highly effective peel will facilitate the absorption of these products for better results. 

Medical Grade Chemical Peel

Why We Love It

If you have sun damage, hyperpigmentation or fine lines and wrinkles that bother you, chemical peels are effective for treatment and for evening out tone/texture. Have skin discolorations from acne scars? You will be amazed with the results of our chemical peel. If you use skin treatment serums, night creams, or other products to care for your skin our Good to Glow Peel will facilitate the absorption of these products for better results. 

 

Treatable Areas

Face, Hands and Neck

Dermaplaning

If you’re looking for a great, overall brightening, anti-aging, firming and rejuvenating treatment, we suggest combining dermaplaning with a chemical peel.

 

Dermaplaning treatment involves using a medical-grade scalpel and holding it at a 45-degree angle, gently “scraping” the top layer of dead and dull skin cells and peach fuzz from your face. This allows for deeper penetration and more effective use of the chemical peel.

Questions? 

Do I need to prepare my skin?  

Discontinue all retinol, retinoids, and topical prescriptions 7 days prior to treatment. We recommend no sun exposure 14 days prior or post-treatment. This treatment cannot be performed on pregnant or nursing patients.

What should I expect during treatment?

During your chemical peel treatment, you may experience mild discomfort from the chemicals as they begin to work beneath the skin, but it should be transitory as your skin begins to adjust.

What should I expect after treatment?

Chemical peels may cause redness, irritation, and peeling, but as time passes and your skin heals, these concerns will resolve leaving a softer, exfoliated appearance.

GET GLOWING!

Dr. Stefani Green believes that the ideal results from a Good to Glow Peel will leave you looking younger and more refreshed without any obvious signs of treatment with little or no side effects. When you book a consultation with Dr. Green, your facial rejuvenation treatment plan will be customized to address your specific concerns and meet your cosmetic needs.

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