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Healthy Chemical Peel

PCA SKIN Healthy Chemical Peel – Top 8 Frequently Asked Questions

PCA SKIN – Healthy Chemical Peels – Top 8 FAQ

Below are some of the questions that customers ask and we have tried it answer to the the best considering best fit approach for most customers.

1. What Are Chemical Peels?

Chemical peels are solutions that are applied to the skin in varying concentrations to treat surface damage. Most skin damage in the south Florida is due to the accumulated effects of the sun. Many of us in Florida were sun worshipers when we were younger, enjoying our tans but oblivious to the consequences. Now that we are older, we’re seeing the long-term effects. These include increased roughness, mottled pigmentation, loss of elasticity, and increased wrinkling.

Chemical peels in one form or another have been used as long ago as ancient Roman times, when women would apply soured wine to their skin. The chemical peels that we use today include glycolic acid, lactic acid, salicylic acid, and trichloroacetic acid. The type of acid and concentration applied varies as to how deep the damage is.

2.How does PCA SKIN Healthy Chemical Peel benefit?


  • It help weaken top skin layer to expedite exfoliation
  • infuse serum that target specific concerns like pigmentation, sun damage, wrinkles
  • increase cellular turnover, creating new cells faster
  • infuse ingredients that has peptides, vitamin A and help hydrate skin
  • Keep your skin glowing with healthy chemical peel

3.How Often and How many treatment are needed?

It depends on the skin type, skin concern, how skin reacts to 1st treatment.Below are general guidance but will  vary from each customer condition and concern.

For Oily Acne treatment – 2 week , repeat

Sundamage, aging, Wrinkles – 3 week

Sensitive skin like roscea – 4 week

4.What area do you serve?

Besides our neighborhood community of Coral Springs, Parkland, Coconut Creek, Tamarac, Margate, Refined Day Spa attracts chemical peel clients from all across the south Florida area, including Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, Weston, Sunrise, Pembroke Pines and North Miami Beach area.Our Certified Peel Treatment aesthetician, will evaluate skin during consultation to ascertain the best chemical peel for you and guide you through the process.

5.Is Chemical Peel a sole treatment?

Chemical peels are most times are performed as a sole treatment but can be used in combination with other non-invasive exfoliation treatment like microdermabrasion.

6.Am I a Good Candidate for a Chemical Peel?

Some of the indications that you may be a good candidate for a healthy chemical peel are as follows:

  • Acne
  • Sun damage
  • Finely wrinkled facial areas, anti -aging needs
  • Uneven or discolored areas of pigmentation, Hyper-pigmentation.
  • Sensitive Skin, rosacea, red or irritated skin

You can discuss your concerns in more detail during your initial appointment.We will listen carefully to your goals and evaluate for a chemical peel treatment, answer any questions you may have about the procedure.

7.What Is the Process for a Chemical Peel?

Skin peeling involves an application of a chemical solution to sun-damaged, unevenly pigmented, and finely wrinkled skin. Chemical peels diminish imperfections by peeling away the skin’s top layers. It has proven to be a very popular nonsurgical cosmetic procedure.

Chemical peels vary according to their specific ingredients and their strength. Depth of peeling action may also depend on factors such as how long solutions remain on the skin and whether they are lightly applied or more heavily or vigorously applied.

Below are two options we offer for chemical peels for the South Florida customers.

They include the following:

  • Chemical Skin Peel: Light – A light chemical peel, also called a superficial peel, removes the outer layer of your skin cells, the epidermis. It gently exfoliates the skin with a combination of alphahydroxy acids (AHAs) and betahydroxy acids (BHAs). A light chemical peel takes a few minutes and ultimately leaves your skin with a healthy glow.
  • Chemical Skin Peel: Medium – A medium-depth chemical peel penetrates further into the skin, removing cells from both the epidermis and the upper part of the dermis (the middle layer of your skin). The procedure, which takes a few minutes, can reduce small wrinkles and acne scars, as well as even out skin color and tone. A medium chemical peel typically involves trichloroacetic acid (TCA), sometimes in combination with glycolic acid (a BHA).

8.What Are Chemical Peel Costs?

How much you pay for a chemical peel will depend on what type of procedure you have. An evaluation at Refined Day Spa is the best way to determine chemical peel prices.We can assess your skin’s complexion, damage, your personal beauty goals and then guide you toward the chemical peel that is right for you.

When you work with Refined Day Spa, you will be treated with warmth and respect. We will make sure you are well-informed about chemical peels so you can make the best decision for you. We are proud to offer top of the line PCA SKIN chemical peels protocols, treatments and products to customers in Coral Springs, Parkland, Coconut Creek, Tamarac, Margate, Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, Sunrise and  Weston community. Please schedule a consultation and discover why we have a reputation for providing meticulous, compassionate and result oriented care.


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