Benefits of a Chemical Peel

A Chemical Peel is a medical-grade treatment that helps improve skin quality by applying various chemicals that result in peeling of the skin’s surface...resulting in cell turnover and collagen production. This allows your bright collagen rich glowing skin to shine.  

If you have ever wondered if a chemical peel is right for you, but realized you don't know enough about the treatment to decide. We’ve gathered some of the benefits of peels to help you get informed if a Chemical Peel could be right for you!

Here are some benefits of chemical peels:

Chemical Peels can help improve skin quality by increasing cell turnover and helping to stimulate collagen production. P.S. Cell turnover involves getting rid of older skin cells and allowing for newer cells to form, rich with collagen, leaving you with more youthful-looking skin. Just FYI, as we age we slow down the cell turnover process - Hello dull skin.

Chemical Peels can also help with texture and tone by improving pigmentation, uneven skin tone, fine lines, wrinkles, and even improving acne scars. 

As our cells go through life cycles, they can build up on the skin if we don’t take measures to clear them. Peels help with removing build up of dead skin cells that block pores which can cause acne and skin congestion. 

Best of all, peels leave skin with a healthy and youthful glow!

There are many different types of peels.

We customize which chemical peels based on your skincare concern (i.e. acne scar, hyper pigmentation, wrinkles, texture). It's also not a one and done treatment, we usually recommend a series depending on the concern. 

Interested in learning more about what Chemical Peel treatment could be best for you? The medically-trained team at Mint & Needle  will work with you to find the best peel for your skin type and goals. 

Click here to see Mint & Needle's Chemical Peel treatment.

Book a consultation or appointment at our Middletown, DE, or Lewes, DE offices to discuss your skin concerns and learn more about available treatment types today.