TEMPE CHEMICAL PEEL SPECIALISTS

Improve the tone, color and texture of your skin with a Chemical Peel in Tempe at NEOS Med Spa. This state-of-the-art Chemical Peel Treatment using BioMedic MicroPeel ® involves a three-step process that removes a micro-thin top layer of skin. This layer of skin consists of clogged pores that obstruct the development of healthy, beautiful skin. Safe and effective removal of this layer of skin through the combination of dermaplaning, alpha-hydroxy acid and cryogenic therapy produces smooth, vibrant, and youthful-looking skin. Our experienced specialists will help you decide the best customized solution for any skin type.

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Get the best Chemical Peel results in Tempe at NEOS Med Spa

At NEOS Med Spa, we have some of the most experienced medical spa practitioners in Arizona. The first step in the Biomedic MicroPeel®, chemical peel process is a manual exfoliation. This results in an immediate change in skin texture and is done through a process called dermaplaning. If dermaplaning is not right for you, exfoliation can be done using the BioMedic Pure Enzyme. Then, we do a chemical exfoliation using either a lactic or glycolic acid. The solution is then neutralized after the desired exfoliation is attained. At this point, extractions will be done to free your pores of impacted debris. Finally, we use cryogenic therapy. This is a skin freezing process where carbon dioxide is applied to the face in light, circular motions. The frosty mist released by the carbon dioxide immediately relieves inflammation, cools the skin and infuses antibacterial oxygen.

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What to expect from a Chemical Peel Treatment

BEFORE

Before receiving either the Chemical Peel Treatment you will prepare your skin by using the products recommended during your consultation. You must discontinue the use of any retinol products (RetinA®, Tretinoic acid, etc) or medical exfoliants for at least one week prior to the procedure. If taking Accutane orally, you must stop taking it one year prior to any procedures. Avoid prolonged sun-exposure or tanning for 10 days prior to your procedure.

DURING

Due to the rapid exfoliation, you may experience mild itching and irritation.

AFTER

Sun exposure should be avoided for two weeks following any type of exfoliation. You may experience minor peeling depending on the customization of the procedure, however, there is usually no downtime associated with the BioMedic MicroPeel®.

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At NEOS Med Spa, we are committed to ensuring that you receive the safest and most gracious treatment with the best possible results.

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How does a Chemical Peel Treatment work?

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What areas can be treated with Chemical Peel?

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What happens during a Chemical Peel Treatment?

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What are the side effects from Chemical Peel?

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Does a Chemical Peel Treatment hurt?

A slight stinging sensation may occur when the acid solution is applied to the skin, but it is only momentary.

How long do Chemical Peel results last?

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Will Chemical Peel affect areas with artificial make-up, tattoos or darkened moles?

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What do I do before a Chemical Peel Treatment?

We always love it if our clients come in with a fresh clean face for a chemical peel! We like to dedicate our time working on your skin to get the desired benefits of treatment instead of spending appointment time cleansing/removing makeup.

What do I do after a Chemical Peel Treatment?

For the 72 hours following the procedure, you will use only a gentle cleanser, moisturizer and sun-protection. Any active home care products can be continued after 72 hours or after any flaking has dissipated. Do not pull on skin which is peeling off as this may cause scarring. By shedding its dead outer layer, your skin will undergo a renewal process that lasts approximately one week. You may or may not experience peeling depending on your skin. If peeling occurs, it usually begins 2 to 4 days following your procedure and lasts for approximately three days. Sun exposure should be avoided for two weeks following the procedure and sun block should always be worn.