Chemical Peel FAQ
Chemical Peel Questions Answered
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A chemical peel is a non-surgical aesthetic procedure using an acidic solution on the skin to remove dead skin cells. Removing dead skin cells encourages the growth of new cells and boosts collagen production. Chemical Peel improves a number of conditions, such as fine lines, wrinkles, acne scarring, and uneven skin tones.
Chemical peel is ideal for people who want to minimise the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, acne scars, and uneven skin tones. As the products penetrate deeper and faster than standard facials, the skin will be noticeably smoother without any side effects.
No. Our innovative DermShield™ technology reduces any discomfort associated with a traditional chemical peel.
DermShield™ technology works by temporarily suppressing neurogenic inflammation caused when a chemical peel is applied to the skin.
When a chemical peel is applied to the skin, a signal is sent to the type C nociceptor. A type C nociceptor in the skin detects the skin's PH level and temperature, similar to nerves that detect pain.
Suppressing this neurogenic inflammation reduces any tingling, burning, itching, redness, and swelling, making treatments more accessible and pleasant.
This is why Noon Chemical Peel can use high concentrations of active ingredients such as 50% Glycolic Acid without triggering adverse side effects.
It varies depending on the individual but usually lasts 1-2 months. You will need maintenance sessions like any other non-surgical skin treatment as our skin continues to age.
We recommend a course of 6 sessions. This will give the best results as the full benefits of Chemical Peeling build up over the course of six treatments. After a course of six peels, you can have maintenance sessions.