Chemical Peels 101

Chemical peels are categorized by how deeply they penetrate the skin: superficial, medium or deep. The type and depth of chemical peel administered will depend on your skin type, concern, Fitzpatrick type, and skincare habits.

Superficial peels penetrate only the uppermost layer of the epidermis. They are often performed in a series to treat fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes and month. Most chemical peels, found at select skincare professionals, cover a variety of skin types and concerns and mostly fall into the superficial chemical peels category. Glyderm chemical peel portfolio offers array of superficial peels and would be an excellent way to introduce chemical peels into your skin care profile.

Glyderm Superficial peels are formulated to gently exfoliate the skin making it ideal for all skin types, including sensitive skin. With mature skin and acneic skin, there is little to no down time, but keep in mind, not everyone will react or respond the same.

Medium-depth peels are more effective for patients with moderate skin damage, whether it's hyperpigmented, sun damage, age spots, freckles or overall skin rejuvenation.

Perfect 10 family of chemical peels are the medium-depth peels that come in three different variations. Universal peel is recommended for all skin types, Fitzpatrick I-VI including, sensitive skin. Intermediate recommended for Fitzpatrick I-II-III and advance for Fitzpatrick I-II-III. 

Perfect 10 chemical peels are formulated to deliver the desired results of more even tone and youthful appearance of the skin.

Consult with Gretchen the Aesthetic Nurse to create a customized treatment plan for your specific skin needs and to understand how to maintain results with our homecare products.

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