Chemical Peel (VI Peel & PCA Skin Peel) near Snoqualmie North Bend Issaquah Sammamish
What is Chemical Peel
A chemical peel is a skincare treatment where an acidic solution is applied to the skin. This procedure helps eliminate damaged surface layers, accelerates cell renewal, and promotes collagen production, resulting in a brighter and more evenly toned complexion. By causing a controlled injury to the skin at a specific depth, chemical peels stimulate the growth of new skin, enhancing texture and radiance.
Chemical peels can effectively address a variety of skin issues such as acne, acne scars, age spots, melasma, hyperpigmentation, rough texture, sun damage, and fine lines. While they are primarily used on the face, they can also be applied to other areas like the neck, chest, and backs of the hands.
VI Peel is designed to target pigmentation, acne, and aging via a painless, effective treatment only available through authorized clinicians.
Melanin creates the pigment of our skin and lives within our skin cells. When melanin is overproduced, the skin exhibits hyperpigmentation or spots. VI Peels focus on lifting and exfoliating those skin cells to allow our body to produce new cells that are healthier and less pigmented. The process of exfoliation also smooths the surface of our skin creating softer smoother texture.
PCA Chemical Peel
CA (Physician's Choice of Arizona) Skin is a brand known for its high-quality, professional-grade skincare products, including a range of chemical peels. PCA's chemical peels are used by skincare professionals to exfoliate the skin at a much deeper level than what can be achieved with over-the-counter products.
A PCA chemical peel typically involves the application of a solution to the skin to remove dead skin cells and stimulate the production of new skin cells. The result is a smoother, brighter, and more refined complexion. The peels can target various skin concerns, including fine lines and wrinkles, acne, hyperpigmentation, and skin texture issues.
PCA offers a variety of peels with different ingredients and strengths, allowing skincare professionals to customize the treatment based on the patient's specific skin type, concerns, and goals.