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14 Nov 2017

What are chemical peels?

Chemical peels are skin resurfacing treatments that can be customised according to every patient’s concerns. Available in varying intensity levels to treat a range of skincare issues, for texture problems and hyperpigmentation to fine lines and wrinkles.

What does a chemical peel do?

All chemical peels remove the outer layer of the skin, though how many layers depending on the intensity of the peel. After a healing period, depending on the skin intensity, the chemical peels help you to leave your skin softer and smoother. Superficial issues such as acne or acne scars, fine lines, wrinkles and hyperpigmentation should be improved, if not completely corrected. And because these peels sweep away complexion-dulling dead skin cells, they leave the faces with a radiant glow.

Chemical peels Brisbane

Are there different types?

Each peel is slightly different, and the exact formula will depend on the intensity level of the treatment. However, the most common peels used are alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs), beta hydroxy acids (BHAs), trichloroacetic acid (TCA), and phenol. AHAs and BHAs are the most basic peel, however, the phenol is the strongest chemical and only used in deep peels.

Cost

The cost of chemical facial peel varies from state to state and doctor to doctor. Generally, it ranges between $600 to $900. However, the final cost depends on the type of peel you want, your skin condition and other custom factors.

So, if you also want to look your best, contact to Injex Clinics at Brisbane and speak to the Dermal Therapist about which products would suit your skin best. With the high-quality services and availability in different locations across Australia, they have become the preferred choice of their clients.



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