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Chemical Peels

*Chemical peels are performed with an acidic solution that removes the outer, damaged layers of the skin. Upon removal of damaged skin, the new, regenerated skin is smoother and less wrinkled.

*It is an effective treatment for facial blemishes, wrinkles, and uneven skin pigmentation.

*There is little to no downtime, though some redness and discomfort may occur immediately following the peel. Minimal flaking and/or peeling may occur several days following the treatment.

Evolution Body Transformation is proud to be the only Madison medical spa that provides the exclusive Swiss technology offered by Neocutis skincare products.

*NEO•PEEL is an in-office superficial peel that combines glycolic acid with skin brightening agents to promote a one-of-a-kind smoothness and radiance that few other treatments can match.

*Following a complimentary consultation during your first visit, a series of 3 to 6 peels approximately every 2 weeks is recommended. Improvement in skin tone and texture may be visible following one peel but more pronounced results require 3 to 6 peels.

Candidates for a Chemical Peel*

*NEO•PEEL is suitable for individuals undergoing a first-time chemical peel, or for individuals looking for a peel that is particularly gentle.

*Generally, chemical peels alleviate acne and improve skin texture.

*Patients with fair skin and hair see the best results from this treatment on average. Patients with deeper skin tones may require varying chemical strengths and a regimen fitted to their specific skin type and hair pigmentation.

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Chemical Peel Treatment -vs- Microdermabrasion With the ever-expanding array of skin purifying techniques available, it is clear that consumers are often puzzled as to which technique will best meet their needs. Patients commonly wonder about the benefits of chemical peels and microdermabrasion. There are noticeable differences between chemical peels and microdermabrasion.

*The primary difference is that microdermabrasion is a non-chemical procedure that smooths imperfections by “sanding” flaws from the skin surface. While treatment plans for microdermabrasion and mild chemical peels such as glycolic acid chemical peels are similar, more advanced chemical peels require only one session.

*Conversely, deep chemical peels such as the phenol peel require a longer recovery time than microdermabrasion and milder peels. Further, unlike microdermabrasion, deep chemical peels actually change skin pigmentation through bleaching. Because of this bleaching result, patients with naturally darker complexions would likely be better candidates for the microdermabrasion treatment.

*Results may vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as typical. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.