Seaport Medspa offers a variety of chemical peels for different skin types and goals. A chemical peel is a cosmetic procedure that involves the application of a chemical solution to the skin to exfoliate and remove the outermost layers. The goal of a chemical peel is to improve the appearance and texture of the skin by promoting cell turnover and revealing fresher, smoother skin underneath.
During a chemical peel, a chemical solution is carefully applied to the skin, usually on the face, neck or hands. The solution causes controlled damage to the outer layers of the skin, which subsequently peel off over the following days or weeks. This process stimulates the production of new skin cells and collagen, resulting in a rejuvenated and more youthful-looking complexion.
It's important to note because of the variety of chemical peels offered by Seaport Medspa we only provide generic pre-care instructions on our website. The specific chemical peel treatment post-care instructions will be provided during your appointment to ensure you have the best results possible.
Chemical Peel Pre-Care
Pregnant Or Nursing?
Patients who are pregnant or nursing will not be able to receive a chemical peel.
History Of Cold Sores?
If you have a history of cold sores please let the practice know so one of the NP’s can reach out and you will need a prescription called into your pharmacy
Avoid Sun Exposure 7-Days Prior
It is strongly recommended to avoid sun exposure for 7-days prior to your appointment. If you have a sunburn the day of your appointment you will not be able to be treated.
Avoid These Skincare Ingredients 3-Days Prior
Please stop using skincare products that have the following active ingredients 3-days before your appointment: tretinoin, retinol, AHA/BHA, salicylic and hydroquinone.
Clean Skin Day Of Treatment
Arrive to your appointment with clean skin. There should be no makeup, perfume, lotion and powder present on the skin in the area to be treated.
Chemical Peel Post-Care
Specialized Post Treatment Instructions
As mentioned above, all chemical peel treatments are different in strength and require specialized post-care instructions. This information will be provided by your licensed medical aesthetician during your appointment at Seaport Medspa.
If you have any questions regarding chemical peel recommendations or pre and post-care instructions please contact us by phone, text or email at any point.