Most chemical peels are painless, with little to no downtime. You can return to normal activities immediately following a mild chemical peel. Stronger treatments may involve a more extensive peeling process, so you may wish to avoid public events for a few days. The length of recovery time depends on the individual, and on the type and strength of the peel. Four to five days is average for moderate peels, while aggressive peels may take five to seven days.
Like all treatments, chemical peels are customized to meet your individual needs. We offer modified versions of aggressive peels to achieve the same results more gradually, without the downtime.
SUGARED proudly uses Lira Clinical and Sorella Apothecary peels.
Green Power Peel
This LIRA Clinical natural and herbal exfoliator is often referred to as botanical microneedling. The spongia badiaga creates pathways in the skin to stimulate collagen production, lifting and plumping the skin, while dramatically reducing the appearance of fine lines and acne scars. The blend also includes sea fennel, lilac, and argan plant stem cells to assist in cellular repair. The Green Power Treatment is customized to reach desired depth.
Mineral Retinol Solution
Offering limitless versatility, the LIRA Clinical Mineral Retinol Solution is filled with nourishing plant stem-cell technology, and healing colloidal silver and gold works to target fine lines and wrinkles, photo-damage, pigmentation, acne, and premature aging. This peel speeds up cell turnover and is a great stand alone service or can be added on to other facial treatments for more progressive results.
This Sorella Apothecary resurfacing peel works to brighten hyperpigmentation, firm and refine lines, and stimulate the skin, rejuvenating your overall complexion. This treatment is progressive peel that provides consistency and visible results. The Sorella Resurfacing Treatment is applied in 1-4 layers according to desired skin results.
Home Care Kit
Contraindications for Chemical Peels
Clinical peels may not be suitable for the following conditions:
- active cold sores or warts
- skin with open wounds
- excessively sensitive skin
- dermatitis or inflammatory rosacea
- autoimmune disease
- use of Accutane within the past year
- skin cancer