CUSTOM FACIAL Heather speert

Chemical Peel With Dermaplaning Glyndon, MD

The PCA Chemical Peel treatment uses multiple acids to increase cell turnover and bring new cells to the skin’s surface to clear acne, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and remove dark spots. With PCA Skin Care’s revolutionary formula and line of products developed for individual skin types, we have a chemical peel for you!

In addition to applying a chemical peel to smooth wrinkles and fine lines and reduce blotchiness and discoloration, adding dermaplaning to your treatment can remove dead skin and unwanted hair from the face. Dermaplaning prior to your chemical peel treatment can allow for better product absorption during the chemical peel process, enhancing the peel’s effectiveness. After the healing process, youthful, rejuvenated skin is revealed!

  • What is a PCA Chemical Peel?

    The PCA Chemical Peel was a revolutionary development by PCA Skin Care, a leader in the skin care industry. By creating a peel that combines various acids and vitamins, but is gentle yet effective in generating skin cell turnover and regeneration, PCA Skin Care makes the chemical peel experience safer and more comfortable.

  • What is dermaplaning?

    Dermaplaning uses manual exfoliation treatment that removes dead skin cells and fine facial hairs using a sterile surgical scalpel. This process leaves behind smooth skin while creating a clearer canvas for additional treatments and products to be even more effective.

  • How do a chemical peel and dermaplaning benefit my skin?

    By dermaplaning prior to a chemical peel, the peel solution and products are better absorbed by the skin, further enhancing the results and leaving you with rejuvenated, smooth skin.

  • What results can I expect from the combination treatment?

    The PCA Chemical Peel is highly effective on its own at bringing new skin cells to the skin’s surface. The manual exfoliation process of dermaplaning removes dead skin and fine hairs on the face prior to the peel leading to better absorption of the peel solution and products.

  • Is there any recovery time?

    Your recovery is based on your skin concerns and the strength of the peel administered. Heather can discuss your full scope of chemical peel options and recovery during your appointment.

  • How often do I need this treatment?

    The frequency of peels depends on your current skin condition. Treatment plans vary, but you can schedule a peel every 2-5 weeks depending on your current skin condition and skin care needs.

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