The Lancaster General Health Experience
How chemical peels work
Because our skin care specialists understand that no two people have the same skin, they begin each appointment by carefully examining your skin to determine the best type of chemical peel to meet your individual needs.
Next, using a technique called dermaplaning, the aesthetician exfoliates eight to 10 layers of skin cells from your face. She then gently applies a liquid peeling agent which remains on the skin for 30 seconds to two minutes depending on your skin type. Dermaplaning can also be used by itself to help make your skin’s surface smooth and radiant and get rid of vellus hair…aka “peach fuzz.”
Afterwards, the aesthetician cleans your pores and applies a calming mask, followed by moisturizer and sunblock. She then provides you with an individualized skin care regimen to maintain and improve your glowing skin.
Chemical peel cost
Depending on your treatment goals and other services you may undergo, chemical peel costs vary. We will discuss the cost of your chemical peel during your consultation. We are always available to help establish a chemical peel payment plan that works for you.
Chemical peel risks
Sometimes people experience minor side effects from chemical peels, including redness, some peeling and breakouts. To reduce the chance of these side effects, our aesthetician will work closely with you to develop the best treatment approach and follow-up care.
Is a chemical peel right for you? Contact us by calling us at 717-291-5863.