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Chemical Peel

Glycolic acid peels are effective for removing blackheads, whiteheads, and pimples

Chemical Peel For Acne

A chemical solution like salicylic acid, glycolic acid or retinoic acid is applied repeatedly to treat mild acne. This can help improve your skin's appearance -- even though the results might not be permanent, and you may need more treatments over time.

Chemical peels are a popular treatment for improving skin texture and tone. Our team at Voko Beauti Vancouver specializes in chemical peels, helping to improve acne scars, wrinkles, sun damage, and other blemishes on your face.

Chemical peels remove the top layer of skin cells to reveal smoother, younger-looking skin beneath. We offer a variety of chemical peel treatments to suit your individual needs and provide you with the best possible results.

Our team of experienced estheticians will assess your individual needs and recommend a customized course of chemical peels. Depending on the depth of the treatment and your skin type, you may need to take time off from work or other activities while recovering.

With our help, you can reduce acne breakouts and improve the texture and tone of your skin. Contact us today to learn more about our chemical peel treatments in Vancouver and whether they are right for you.

We look forward to helping you get the best possible results.

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Chemical Peel For Hyperpigmentation

Chemical peels are also used to reduce hyperpigmentation and improve overall skin tone. Hyperpigmentation is the darkening of some skin regions, commonly caused by sun exposure, hormones, or inflammation. Our team can customize a course of chemical peel treatments specifically designed to target your hyperpigmentation and help improve the look of your skin.

We use various products and techniques to help reduce the appearance of dark spots. Our treatments are performed in our professional medical spa in Vancouver, BC and can be used to address discolorations on the face, neck, chest, arms, legs, and hands. Chemical peels can improve overall texture and tone while also providing a more even skin complexion.

If you are interested in learning more about chemical peels for hyperpigmentation, contact us today to schedule an appointment. We will assess your individual needs and determine your best treatment plan. Our experienced estheticians are here to help you get the best results with minimal discomfort and downtime.

We look forward to helping you achieve a more even skin tone and brighter complexion.

Manage redness and breakouts, and reduce inflammation

Chemical Peel For Rosacea

Chemical peel is also used to reduce the symptoms of rosacea, including redness, bumps and acne-like breakouts. Our team can customize a course of chemical peel treatments specifically designed to target your rosacea and reduce the appearance of these common symptoms.

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How To Prepare For A Chemical Peel

Before a chemical peel, it is important to choose an experienced and certified esthetician with comprehensive skin care knowledge. Results may vary depending on the expertise of your provider. Therefore, complications can occur if done incorrectly, such as infection or scarring that could be permanent. To ensure you receive optimal outcomes from your procedure with us here at Voko Beauti, we will take specific steps:

Review Your Medical History

  • Be sure to be well-versed in any current or past medical conditions, medications you take or have taken recently, and cosmetic procedures you’ve had so that you can accurately answer questions about each subject.

Do A Physical Examination

  • At Voko Beauti Chilliwack, we thoroughly assess your skin and the area to be treated to identify what type of peel may offer you the best results. Considering skin tone and thickness factors, our specialists can craft an individualized treatment plan that will leave you with glowing results.

Talk To Us About Your Expectations

  • We encourage you to discuss your reasons, expectations, and any potential risks with us. Additionally, make sure that you comprehend the number of treatments necessary for full recovery, how much time it will require, and what results are anticipated.

Before your peel, you might also need to:

  • Don’t exfoliate.

    To maximize the impact of your chemical peel and prevent skin damage, it's essential that you abstain from exfoliation for at least one week prior to your appointment. Additionally, be mindful of any ingredients in your everyday skincare products with a potential exfoliating effect; using them too close to treatment could cause irreparable harm.

  • Refrain from using makeup.

    Before your peel, you'll want to give your skin some time away from makeup so that dirt and toxins don't interfere with the results. Enjoy a few days of pampering yourself sans makeup for the best effect!

  • Avoid unprotected sun exposure

    Being exposed to too much sun before the procedure can result in permanent discoloration of treated areas. Make sure you thoroughly discuss with our professional esthetician about proper protection from the sun and acceptable exposure levels.

  • Stay hydrated.

    Prior to your chemical peel appointment, be sure to keep your skin hydrated by drinking plenty of water and avoiding any products that may dry out your complexion. Doing this a few days ahead will ensure you have the best results when it comes time for treatment!

  • Steer clear of specific cosmetic treatments and hair removal approaches

    Give yourself about 2 weeks of preparation time before your peel. During this period, avoid hair removal treatments such as electrolysis or depilatories and any dyeing, straightening, masking or scrubbing on the area that will be treated. Most importantly, do not shave the areas in question starting 24 hours beforehand for optimal results!

Chemical Peel Cost in Vancouver, BC

At Voko Beauti Vancouver, our chemical peel treatments are tailored to individual needs. The cost of a chemical peel can vary depending on the type of treatment needed and the patient’s skin condition. We recommend scheduling a consultation at our skin care clinic so that we can assess your individual needs and determine which treatment plan will work best for you.

Contact us today to schedule an appointment and learn more about chemical peel costs in Vancouver. We look forward to helping you achieve the best possible results with minimal discomfort and downtime. Thank you for considering Voko Beauti’s chemical peels!

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Chemical Peel
What you can expect

Before the procedure

Before beginning your chemical peel, In order to protect the eyes from irritation during treatment, they must be covered by either goggles or tapes secured in place by gauze.

Anesthesia is not usually necessary if you're having a light chemical peel. But if you choose to get a medium peel treatment, anesthetics and sedatives may be used for pain relief.

What Happens During The Procedure

During a light chemical peel:
  • To brighten the skin, we will utilize a brush, cotton ball, gauze or sponge to apply an acid-based solution containing glycolic and salicylic acids. This process ensures the treated area begins to bring up the new skin.

  • As the chemical solution is applied to your skin, you may experience a mild stinging sensation.

  • After our aestheticians have administered the treatment, a special neutralizing solution will be used to eliminate any remnants of the chemical from the skin.

How long does a chemical peel take to heal?

As inflammation gradually subsides, the treated area of the skin will start to form a crust and may darken or be scattered with brown spots. After a medium chemical peel, it usually takes seven to 14 days for the treatment area to heal fully – however, redness might persist for an extended period afterward.
Following a chemical peel, you may undergo extreme redness and inflammation. Burning and throbbing can also be expected as the skin adjusts to treatment, which could also lead to intense swelling that might even cause your eyelids to shut.

What should you not do after a chemical peel?

After receiving a chemical peel of any degree, you may feel redness, tautness, discomfort or swelling in the treatment area. To help reduce these results and protect your skin from further aggravation, it is essential to abide by all post-care guidelines, such as using sunscreen and cleansing rituals with nourishing skincare items, plus applying relevant creams.

Additionally, prevent yourself from scratching or rubbing the affected areas to avoid further irritation; this will help your skin heal more quickly and you may begin noticing results within a few months!

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