Wisconsin Vein Center & MediSpa offers light to medium depth peels that will regenerate the skin for a healthy glow. We also offer our Advanced Pigment Peel to improve uneven skin tone, deep pigment issues, or melasma.
Chemical peels…the term may sound scary, but in actuality, chemical peels have been in use for a number of years and are a safe and highly popular way to improve the texture and look of your skin.
Chemical peels use a chemical solution, usually an acid, to ‘peel’ away the top layers of the epidermis in order to improve conditions such as acne, irregular pigmentation or wrinkles. They can range from mild to aggressive and, depending on the nature and depth of the peel, a significant number of layers can be exfoliated. This allows new, fresh skin to be exposed, creating a vibrant appearance, promoting a rosy glow or even drying up an acne flare up.
A chemical peel is a very quick and easy treatment and can be performed during a lunch hour. Depending on the strength of the peel, some may just leave your skin freshened and radiant. Others are deeper and are associated with a few days of peeling and redness. Your clinician will work with you to determine which chemical peel is best suited for your skin and schedule.
Wisconsin Vein Center & MediSpa features these and many other customized chemical peels:
- Acne Peel
- Glycolic Peel
- Green Tea Glycolic Peel
- Jessner Peel
- Lactic Enzyme Peel
- Rejuvenize Peel
- Sensi Peel
- Vitalize Peel
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Why Choose Wisconsin Vein Center & Medispa?
If you are looking to achieve the complexion of your dreams, Wisconsin Vein Center & Medispa can help! Dr. Manjoney and her team work together to ensure that you achieve the best possible care for natural-looking and beautiful results! By incorporating cutting-edge skincare technologies with our team’s artistic eye, you can feel confident you are in good hands.
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