Reno Chemical Peel Services

Renew your skin with one of our many chemical peel treatments, customized for your skin type and concern. With our medical strength chemical peels, you can achieve the healthier skin you desire. A complimentary consultation is recommended to determine which peel is appropriate for you.

How Chemical Peels Work

If you have uneven skin tone or pigmentation, scarring, or if you’re ready to ditch your old skincare routine, a chemical peel is a great solution. Treatments improve skin conditions such as sun damage, acne, blemishes, uneven skin tone, and dull, tired looking skin. They are a great addition to many other services, including microdermabrasion, dermaplaning, and IPL treatments.

Pre-Peel Tips

Preparing your skin for your Reno chemical peel service is crucial for the best results. Our dermatologists recommend starting an at-home skin care routine that includes products like an effective cleaner, growth factors, retinal, antioxidants, specialty treatment products, and sun protection.  Learn more about preparing your skin here.

Post-Peel Tips

To ensure the best results, here are some tips to follow:

  • Avoid Exfoliating — Your skin is going to be sensitive after the procedure. It’s best to avoid exfoliating or applying  pressure to your skin.
  • Sunscreen is a Must — Apply sunscreen often to keep the skin hydrated and protected from direct sunlight.
  • Don’t Itch! — After the peel, you will notice that your skin is going to be a little flakier and rougher than usual. No need to worry, that means it’s working! And while it’s satisfying to poke and itch at your skin, it can leave scarring.
  • Skip the Gym — Post-peel  you’ll want to avoid too excessive contact with water…and sweat. It’s advised you skip the gym for a few days to avoid irritating your skin.
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