Chemical Peels

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*INDIVIDUAL CUSTOMER EXPERIENCES AT STRELLA AESTHETICS MAY VARY WITH RESPECT TO EFFECTIVENESS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS. RESULTS ARE FROM REAL CUSTOMERS BUT, RESULTS ARE NOT GUARANTEED.

Brighten Your Complexion With A Customized Chemical Peel


If you’ve noticed that your face is showing signs of damage or aging lately, chemical peels at Strella Aesthetics can help rejuvenate your skin and get your youthful glow back. We customize all of our chemical peels based on our patient’s individual needs, so you will leave our office happy and look radiant as your skin regenerates.

At Strella Aesthetics we offer a broad range of medical-grade chemical peels to ensure you receive the optimal service based on your needs and skin type. Light peels help tighten, smooth, and clarify skin. Stronger peels improve acne, fine lines, and sun damage. Deep-penetrating peels reverse extreme signs of damage and aging.

Our licensed medical aestheticians will determine which type and strength of peel will produce the best results for your individual skin. For the best results, we strongly recommend a home care regimen following your peel treatment.

Chemical Peel Cost – Packages Start At $129


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Frequently Asked Questions: Chemical Peels

Chemical peels produce controlled injury to the skin, which promotes growth of new skin and improved appearance. A variety of chemicals can be used as peeling agents and include glycolic, trichloroacetic (TCA), salicylic and resorcinol. The different chemical solutions produce different degrees of injury to the skin.
Chemical peels are used for the treatment of photo-aging (from sun damage), wrinkles, scarring, precancerous lesions, and discoloration (including melasma, freckles, and age spots).
There are numerous chemical peels and each one is performed differently. In general, chemical peels usually begin with vigorous cleansing of the skin, followed by application of the appropriate peel.
The state of your skin after a peel depends on the type of chemical used and your skin type. Superficial peels have limited effects. Medium peels may cause some redness and the deeper peels may require a few days to recover.
Generally chemical peels are done once every 3-4 weeks until the desired results are achieved. Maintenance peels can then be performed on an as-needed basis.
If you have damaged skin, you’re certainly a good candidate for a chemical peel. The best way to determine what type of peel would be appropriate is a one-on-one consultation with your doctor.