JenMedical Aesthetics

Skin Peels

Benefits of Perfect Derma Peel:

  • Lightens the skin by removing dull skin and revealing healthier tissue
  • Reduces irregular skin tone caused by sun damage, hyperpigmentation, and melasma
  • Slows common signs of aging, such as wrinkles and fine lines
  • Improves acne-prone skin and reduces scars caused by blemishes
  • Stimulates collagen to produce firmer, more supple skin

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Why Derma Peel?

Although skin aging is a natural process that everyone endures, it is not always welcomed. Signs of aging can be projected differently. Some people look older and others do not. Skin care, lifestyle, harsh weather or even genetics can all play their own role with the way we look year after year.

The aging process is different for everyone and can range from dry or itchy skin to wrinkles or sagging. The skin becomes thinner, loses fat, and no longer looks as plump and smooth as it once did. We can not reverse the aging process, but there are several types of treatments that can help slow it down. One of the most widely used and most effective is The Perfect Derma Peel.

What Can I Expect in my Perfect Derma Peel Results?

Patients are typically thrilled with their results right after their first peel —many returning for follow-up peels. After the initial peeling process, the skin should look more vibrant and youthful and have a smoother texture.

How does it work?

The Perfect Derma Peel is safe, a non-invasive and quick, virtually painless process that involves applying the chemical to the target area, which penetrates the outer two to three layers of skin. This usually only takes five minutes to complete, and no preconditioning of the skin is needed prior to treatment. The Perfect Derma Peel is most commonly used to treat the face, neck, chest, and hands.

The Perfect Derma Peel combines powerful ingredients with effective acids (TCA, retinoic, salicylic, kojic, vitamin C, glutathione and phenol) to deliver outstanding results after one treatment. It’s the only peel in that includes the powerful antioxidant Glutathione, which lightens and brightens the skin, slows down the aging process and helps prevent wrinkles. It is safe and effective and used on all skin types.

How it works

Our Easy 3 Step Process

Step 1


Book a consultation with one of our medical professionals to go over your treatment options.

Step 2

Your Treatment Plan

Together, we will work on a treatment plan that is customized to fit your specific needs.

Step 3

Receive Treatments

Our expertly trained medical professionals will make sure you are well cared for before & after treatment.

Frequently Asked Questions

A chemical peel is a non-surgical aesthetic procedure that involves applying an acidic solution to the skin, which breaks the bonds between old skin cells and effectively sloughs off the outermost layer of old, dead skin. This removal of dead skin cells reveals new, fresh skin, encourages the development of new skin cells, and increases collagen production. Peels can help with wrinkles, acne scarring, scarring, uneven pigmentation, and sunspots, among other things. There are numerous solutions available to address specific conditions and degrees of damage. The depth and intensity of the chemical peel can be adjusted depending on the extent of correction required, addressing mild to severe cases.

Chemical peels are made up of an acidic solution, but the acids used in skin treatments are not the same as the acids used in industry. The acids used in skin care are known as alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA) or beta-hydroxy acid (BHA) (BHA). BHAs are oil-soluble acids derived from the bark of willow and sweet birch trees, while AHAs are water-soluble acids derived from sugary fruits.

The type of acid used in your chemical peel will be determined by the condition you wish to treat. While both AHAs and BHAs exfoliate, each is more effective at treating different skin issues than the other.

Chemical peels are effective in treating a wide range of skin problems, including active acne, acne scarring, uneven pigmentation, sun damage, fine lines, and severe wrinkles. They are also beneficial in rejuvenating rough and aged skin.

A chemical peel can take between a few minutes and an hour. Depending on the treatment, new skin will appear one to two weeks after the procedure.

Superficial or light and medium peels are applied for a shorter period of time and may require the use of a mild numbing cream prior to application. While the peel is working, you may experience some minor burning and itching, but most patients do not report severe discomfort.

The amount of time it takes to recover from a chemical peel depends on the depth and intensity of the treatment.

Light peels typically heal in seven days or less. You can expect your face to peel and appear sunburned during this time, and some patients may experience redness for up to a month. Most patients who have a light peel can usually cover any redness with makeup the next day.

Medium peels may cause swelling, which can be alleviated with ice packs. For dryness, your doctor will apply a protective ointment, and you may take over-the-counter pain relievers. A medium peel usually takes 7-14 days to recover from, and you can start applying cosmetics after 5-7 days.

Deep peels will result in more severe redness and swelling. In some cases, dressings may be applied to your skin after your treatment for protection, and painkillers are frequently prescribed for very deep peels. After about two weeks, new skin will emerge, at which point you can conceal any remaining redness with make-up.

This is entirely dependent on the state of your skin prior to the chemical peel and your personal skin goals. In general, once your skin has healed, you should notice smoother, brighter, younger-looking, more radiant, and even-toned skin.

Light peels may produce results immediately after treatment, with the full effects appearing 7-10 days later. The results of medium and deep peels will appear in 1-2 weeks.

Almost every skin type has a chemical peel. Patients with sensitive or darker skin tones, on the other hand, may want to avoid deeper peels but may still benefit from light peels.

Your skincare provider, who will examine your skin and thoroughly discuss your skin goals with you, is the only person who can advise you on which chemical peel or acidic solution is right for you. Your provider will consider your skin tone, skin thickness, and the type of skin damage that you want to improve. A history of previous skin conditions and treatments will also be obtained. Before scheduling a chemical peel, as with any other cosmetic procedure, a consultation is required.

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