Commonly misunderstood, a chemical peel is one of the most effective ways to correct significant skin concerns and offers immediate, phenomenal results. They effectively improve skin tone and texture, smooth out fine lines and wrinkles, prevent breakouts, soften scars, diminish sun spots and stimulate new collagen.
Come to North Medical Spa to experience Toronto’s most advanced Chemical Peels.
While you will notice results right away, it usually takes a few days to a week to see and feel the full effects of your chemical peel. Peels are most effective when done in a series, building strength and efficacy.
There are a series of different peel options that we offer at North Medical Spa and the strength of the peel used will depend on your skin and your desired outcome. The treatment starts by cleansing and toning the skin, after which we apply the peel, neutralize, apply a moisturizer and then apply SPF.
Most clients report a mild tingling sensation during the peel, but don’t report any feeling of pain or discomfort.
While you will see and feel results right away, it usually takes a few days to a week to notice the full effects of your chemical peel. Peels are most effective when done in a series, building strength and efficacy.
Contrary to misconceptions, there is little to no social downtime with chemical peels performed by your North Medical Certified Medical Aesthetician and you can go about your daily routine directly following your peel. You may experience purging following your peel, however it typically clears up with proper post-treatment care.
Yes. Peels are very safe, and the results are phenomenal. Just be sure to wear lots of SPF afterwards, as the peel removes that top layer of dull skin, making your skin more susceptible to sun damage following treatment.
Chemical peels use a chemical solution to remove the top layer of dull skin, and have been proven to help reduce the appearance of acne scars, but there are a variety of treatments available, as well as multiple variables to keep in mind. Superficial or light peels may help manage acne, while medium and deep peels may help more in treating moderate acne scars. We recommend a complimentary consultation with our medical aestheticians to determine what treatment plan is best for you.
There are three types of chemical peel, based on how deeply they exfoliate the skin:
The best chemical peel will depend on a person’s type and shade of skin.