Medical Chemical Skin Peels: Taking Skin Care to the Next Level - Chester Wellness Centre

Skin care professionals are always looking for ways to improve the appearance of their client’s skin. One popular treatment is medical, chemical skin peels. These treatments are used to exfoliate the skin’s surface layer and help reduce wrinkles and improve texture and tone. We explore the benefits of chemical skin peels, the different types of peels, safety and side effects, and the Agera Rx Peel.

Benefits of Chemical Skin Peels

Chemical skin peels most common benefits include reducing wrinkles and fine lines, treating acne, reducing the appearance of age spots, lightening dark circles under the eyes, improving overall complexion by evening out discolouration or hyperpigmentation due to sun damage, as well as clearing up blemishes and other marks on the face. These treatments can help improve the skin’s overall appearance, leaving it looking smoother, clearer and more youthful. Additionally, chemical peels can treat uneven pigmentation caused by ageing or overexposure to sunlight which may lead to premature ageing, such as age spots or melasma. After undergoing these treatments, patients are often surprised with how much brighter their complexion appears, with improved texture and tone plus a reduction in any wrinkles they may have had before treatment began.

Types of Peels and How They Work

Chemical skin peels are available in three strengths: superficial, medium, and deep. Each type of peel works differently to provide different results.

Superficial peels are the mildest type of peel and are made up of ingredients such as alpha hydroxy acids (AHA) or beta hydroxy acids (BHA). These peels exfoliate the surface layer of the skin to reduce wrinkles and improve texture.

Medium peels usually contain trichloroacetic acid (TCA) or glycolic acid. These peels penetrate deeper into the skin than superficial peels to treat deeper wrinkles, uneven pigmentation, and other issues.

Deep peels contain ingredients such as phenol or salicylic acid. These peels are the strongest medical chemical peel penetrating the deepest into the skin. Deep peels often treat severe wrinkles, sun damage, or pre-cancerous growths.

Safety and Side Effects

While skin peels can provide many benefits, they can also cause side effects if not used properly. It is essential to discuss any potential risks or side effects with a qualified professional before undergoing any treatment. Proper preparation and aftercare are necessary to ensure safe and effective results.

Common side effects include redness, swelling, itching, stinging, dryness, flaking, or scabbing. These effects should subside within a few days after the treatment. It is also important to note that deeper peels can cause more intense side effects, such as scarring or discolouration.

Agera Rx Peel

Agera Rx is a professional-grade medical chemical peel system designed by qualified skin care professionals. The system includes a range of products that can be used to customise treatments for individual clients.

The Agera Rx system exfoliates dead skin cells from the skin’s surface with natural enzymes and acids. This helps to reduce wrinkles, improve texture, and even out pigmentation. It also helps to stimulate collagen production for firmer, brighter-looking skin.

Agera Rx is safe and easy to use with minimal downtime or irritation for clients. The products can also be combined with other treatments, such as microdermabrasion or light therapy, for improved results.

Skin Peel FAQs

Q: What kind of results can I expect from a chemical peel?
A: Results vary from person to person depending on the type of peel used and your skin type, but generally, you can expect reduced wrinkles, improved texture and tone, and a more even complexion.

Q: How often should I get a chemical peel?
A: The frequency of your treatments will depend on your goals and the type of peel you’re using. Generally speaking, superficial peels can be done every two to four weeks, while deeper peels should be done less often (every four to six weeks). Your skincare professional will be able to help you determine the right treatment plan for your needs.

Q: Are there any risks associated with medical chemical peels?
A: As with any skin care treatment, some risks are associated with medical chemical peels, including redness, swelling, itching, dryness, flaking, or scabbing. Deeper peels may cause more intense side effects, such as scarring or discolouration. It is important to discuss any potential risks or side effects with a qualified professional before undergoing any type of treatment.

Agera Rx FAQs

Q: What is Agera Rx?
A: Agera Rx is a professional-grade, pharmaceutical-grade cosmeceutical skincare line that uses advanced technology and ingredients to treat multiple skin conditions. It offers powerful products that rejuvenate the skin by removing impurities and stimulating cell renewal, resulting in healthier-looking skin.

Q: How does Agera Rx work?
A: Agera Rx works by using active ingredients such as retinol, antioxidants and peptides to penetrate deep into your skin’s epidermis and stimulate collagen production for a smoother texture, firmer appearance and improved elasticity. Combining these active ingredients also helps minimise wrinkles, lighten dark spots, reduce pore size, even out discolouration and improve overall complexion so that you can have youthful-looking skin without surgery or other invasive treatments.

Q: What kind of results can I expect from an Agera Rx treatment?
A: With consistent use of Agera Rx products, you should see a reduction in wrinkles and fine lines, along with improved tone and texture, in just two weeks! You may also experience reduced acne breakouts due to its antibacterial properties, which cleanse the pores deeply while protecting them against further damage caused.

Medical Peels at Chester Wellness Centre

Lasertrolysis UK provides medical chemical skin peels using Agera Rx. Agera Rx peels are a significant advance in non-invasive medical chemical peels for treating ageing skin, acne and unwanted pigmentation. The results are immediately visible without unsightly skin shedding, prolonged redness or irritation. Unlike other skin peels, there is no “downtime” with Agera Rx peels.

Lasertrolysis UK Ltd usually advises a microdermabrasion treatment (mechanical skin exfoliation) after a medical peel to enhance the results and reduce minor skin ‘shedding’ areas.

The Agera Rx products are developed by leading scientists and doctors and are among the most effective non-invasive skin treatments.

Recap

Medical, chemical skin peels can effectively reduce wrinkles, treat acne, improve texture and tone, and even out pigmentation. The Agera Rx Peel System is a professional-grade system that qualified skin care professionals can use to customise treatments for individual clients with minimal downtime or irritation. If you’re interested in learning more about medical chemical peels or trying the Agera Rx system for yourself, contact your local skin care professional today!

 

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