Medical Grade Peel

Medical grade peels can minimize fine lines, hyperpigmentation and the appearance of scars and sun spots.

New skin beauty offers a variety of medical grade peels to meet your specific needs. A trained Nurse or Medical Aesthetician will assess your skin and together you’ll choose a treatment for optimal results. Medical grade peels can minimize fine lines, hyperpigmentation and the appearance of scars and sun spots. Treatments stimulate production of collagen and improve the elasticity of skin resulting in smooth, vibrant skin for a youthful and radiant glow. Medical grade Peels can also help oily, blemished and acne prone skin.


What skin conditions can a Medical Peel improve?

Chemical peels are typically performed on the face, neck, chest and hands. They can also be performed on the arms and legs. Peels are used to improve a wide variety of skin conditions including:


  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Uneven pigmentation
  • Acne scars
  • Sun-damaged skin
  • Age spots
  • Freckling

  • What is a Medical Grade Peel?

    Chemical peels are exfoliation treatments which smooth out upper layers of the skin with the use a chemical or acid. Chemical peels are great options for pigmentation as it exfoliates the top surface of the skin where superficial scarring lies. New skin beauty offers various types of chemical peels for the treatment of scars and skin rejuvenation. You and your medical consultant will go over all of the details and all of your questions, and you will decide on the best type of treatment that will provide your skin with the best results possible. Depending on your skin type and the desired results, a Glycolic, Salicylic or Jessner may be recommended. Solutions are applied to the skin to remove dead skin cells and stimulate the production of new skin cells. Facial peels tighten the skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. We then provide a hydrating, soothing mask to alleviate the treated skin.


    How long does the treatment take?

    About thirty minutes in total. It has often been referred to as “the lunch time peel”.


    Is the peel painful?

    No. There is a mild degree of “tingling” or a slightly itchy sensation. Upon neutralizing the peel, the skin feels fresh and smooth without discomfort.