PCA Chemical Peels

The Secret to Flawless Skin

PCA Chemical Peels

The topmost layer of our skin, the epidermis, naturally sheds dead skin cells as well as replaces them with fresh, new ones. However, as we age, this process of cell regeneration slows down, causing excess dead cells to accumulate on the surface of our skin and this accumulation of dead skin cells lead to dull complexion. This is where PCA chemical peel comes in handy!

How do PCA chemical peels work?

PCA Chemical peels increase the skin’s cell turnover rate, bring new skin cells to the surface, diminish dark spots, reduce fine lines & wrinkles, clear breakouts as well as restore youthful and radiant appearance. They are safe for most skin types.

What to expect during a PCA chemical peel appointment?

You will be asked to arrive with a makeup free face. When you arrive, your esthetician will cleanse your face with a gentle cleanser and apply a self-neutralizing chemical peel. After the application of appropriate layers, your esthetician will gently apply a moisturizing lotion followed by SPF.

What are the benefits of PCA chemical peels?

There are countless benefits that PCA chemical peels can provide you as well as your skin. They can help:

  • Increase the skin’s cell turnover rate
  • Reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Even skin tone.
  • Eliminate hyperpigmentation.
  • Brighten dull skin
  • Reduce acne as well as acne scars.
  • Treat as well as prevent breakouts.
  • Diminish dark spots.
  • Shrink pore size.
  • Make your skin soft and smooth.

Am I a good candidate for PCA chemical peels?

You are a good candidate for chemical peels if you have:

  • Wrinkles and fine lines
  • Dark spots
  • Sun damaged skin
  • Acne
  • Acne scarring
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Rosacea

Who should not receive chemical peel treatment?

PCA chemical peels should be avoided if:

  • you have herpes simplex in the area to be treated
  • you have excessively sensitive skin
  • you have taken Accutane within the last year
  • you have recently undergone chemotherapy or radiation therapy
  • you have allergies to aspirin
  • you are pregnant or lactating
  • you have Vitiligo
  • you are taking antibiotics
  • you are immunocompromised

How long does the chemical peel procedure take?

A chemical peel treatment is very quick. The entire procedure takes not more than 30 minutes.

When will my skin begin to peel?

Your skin will start to peel 48-72 hours after the treatment and can last 2-5 days. You should avoid pulling or picking any peeling skin.

Is there any downtime?

There is little to no downtime with PCA chemical peels. You will be able to return to your work immediately after the treatment.

What results will I see?

You will simply love the way your skin looks and feels after your first treatment. However, you will be getting the best results after multiple treatments.

Do chemical peels hurt?

No, you shouldn’t experience any pain during or after the treatment. However, you may experience warm sensation during the treatment.

Are PCA chemical peels safe?

PCA chemical peels are absolutely safe when performed by trained skin care specialist.