Chemical Peels

Integrative Wellness & Aesthetics

Medical Spa located in Holmdel, NJ

Trying to improve your skin from the outside might have a few positive effects, but nothing compares to the stunning reveal of a fresh layer of skin after a chemical peel. At Integrative Wellness & Aesthetics in Holmdel, New Jersey, Tricia Coulanges, FNP-BC, Nicole Winterhalter, AGPCNP-BC, and their team offer chemical peels for a dramatic exfoliation. To remove dead and damaged cells from your skin’s surface with a chemical peel, call Integrative Wellness & Aesthetics or book an appointment online today.

Chemical Peels Q & A

What are chemical peels?

Chemical peels are exfoliative treatments used to remove the superficial layer or layers of skin from your face, chest, neck, or hands. The face is the most commonly treated area with chemical peels because of the dramatic improvements it can make to your appearance. 

Each chemical peel from the team at Integrative Wellness & Aesthetics uses a combination of strong chemicals to sheath away damaged skin cells and debris. 

Depending on how dramatic you want your result to be and how much time you’re willing to reserve for the recovery, you can choose from three main types of peels:

  • Superficial peel
  • Medium peel
  • Deep peel

The team discusses each of these types with you and helps you decide which will best address your skin concerns. Deep peels achieve the most dramatic improvement, but they require about two weeks of healing time and can only happen once in your life.

What are the results of a chemical peel?

Chemical peels provide an overall improvement to your skin’s tone, texture, and clarity. You can use them to reduce specific concerns you have with your skin, including:

  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Dark spots
  • Acne scars
  • Wrinkles and lines
  • Roughness
  • Dryness

If you choose to get superficial peels, you’ll see a slight improvement with each peel you get, resulting in an overall improvement after several. You can make them part of your routine to reduce new blemishes as they appear. 

Overall, you may find your skin becomes brighter and smoother after one or several chemical peels.

Am I a good candidate for a chemical peel?

Your candidacy for a chemical peel depends on the type you’re interested in getting. In any case, you should come to Integrative Wellness & Aesthetics first for a consultation with a trained provider about your needs and expectations for the treatment. 

They review your medical history and the state of your skin to determine if a chemical peel is the right option for improving your skin. 

If chemical peels aren’t the right choice for any reason, the team can help you select another skin treatment that fits your needs more appropriately.

If the look or feel of your skin is a little too far from perfection, call Integrative Wellness & Aesthetics or book an appointment online for a chemical peel consultation today.

Individual results may vary.