Chemical Peel Treatments are an ideal solution for patients seeking non-surgical skin rejuvenation. At Novomed, one of our Dermatologists will recommend a customized treatment plan based on your skin condition, skin type, skin laxity, and cosmetic goals. There are several types of peels, though the most popularly used peels contain a non-toxic chemical called TCA (trichloroacetic acid). TCA peels are safe in the hands of experienced Dermatologists and can produce effective improvements for various skin pigmentation problems and mild to moderate signs of aging.

Chemical peels can improve the appearance of

2.Deep lines and wrinkles
3.Stretch marks
4.Scars caused by surgery, acne, or trauma
6.Dark spots and patches
8.Dark circles around the eyes
10.Sun damage
11.Large pores

Why is it performed?

Chemical peels can be used to treat different skin conditions. Depending on the skin condition you have, your Dermatologist will select the right method of treatment with one of the following three depths:

Light Peeling. A light (superficial) peel removes the outermost layer of the skin (the epidermis). It can be used to treat fine wrinkles, acne, hyperpigmentation, and dryness. You can undergo this treatment every two to five weeks – depending on your desired results.

Medium Peeling. This type of peel removes skin cells from the epidermis and sections of the upper-middle layer of skin (the dermis). This can treat wrinkles, acne scars, and hyperpigmentation. A medium peel can be repeated after three to nine months to maintain results.

Deep Peeling. Removing skin cells from the epidermis and from sections of the middle layer to the bottom layer of the dermis, a deep peel is recommended if you have deeper wrinkles or scars. A deep peel can only be performed one time.