Chemical Peels in Anchorage, AK

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What are Chemical Peels?

A chemical peel facial is a noninvasive procedure that helps make your complexion luminous and smooth. At our Anchorage, AK office, our team offers PRX-T33 chemical peel treatments that help to decrease skin flaws, like scars, wrinkles, fine lines, dry patches, hyperpigmentation issues, and more. The PRX-T33 chemical peel is an improved trichloracetic acid (TCA) formula, and it works with minimal downtime. Contact Alaska Med Spa & Chiropractic in Anchorage, AK to schedule your consultation and help improve your skin's texture today.

What are the benefits of a chemical peel?

Even minor skin issues can make you feel self-conscious. Wrinkles and fine lines, age spots, scars, and other blemishes give you a dull appearance or make you look older than you feel. A chemical peel improves your complexion much more effectively than at-home treatments or over-the-counter creams. Patients choose to work with Alaska Med Spa & Chiropractic because we:

  • Have extensive experience performing chemical peels
  • Offer a variety of options to customize your treatment
  • Closely monitor your skin's reaction to the peel
  • Provide detailed instructions for aftercare

How do chemical peels work?

Seeking the advice of a skin specialist is the first part of the journey to healthy, smooth skin. A team member at Alaska Med Spa & Chiropractic can evaluate your skin during consultation at our Anchorage, AK office. Chemical peel candidates will have noticeable concerns on their skin, like rough patches, acne scars, hyperpigmentation, flaky skin, fine lines, sun spots, and much more. On the day of your appointment at Alaska Med Spa & Chiropractic, we will have you lie down in a comfortable position to administer your treatment. A team member will ensure the skin is cleansed before applying the personalized solution to your face, neck, or both. We will massage the solution onto the skin and allow it to work for a specific length of time, which will be discussed in your chemical peel consultation. Next, we will wash the solution off your face and put on a neutralizing agent. Patients may want to bring sunscreen and a hat to wear outside after the procedure to protect against environmental exposure. There is no downtime associated with the PRX-T33 chemical peel, and you should be able to return to your regular routine once you leave our office.

Chemical peel FAQs

What level should I choose for my chemical peel?

The answer varies based on your specific skin issues and aesthetic goals. Alaska Med Spa & Chiropractic can perform a thorough skin evaluation and help choose which kind of peel is best for your needs. Initially, it may be better to select a light chemical peel and work your way up to a deeper peel if desired results are not achieved.

Will my face hurt after a chemical peel?

You may have mild discomfort throughout the treatment and shortly after. However, any unwanted sensations are temporary and should resolve over a short period. A trained member of our team will provide detailed post-peel instructions to help minimize discomfort and maximize results. Our number one priority is your safety and comfort.

Can I combine a chemical peel with other treatments?

It is possible to combine a chemical peel with another nonsurgical skin treatment for even greater improvements. During your initial consultation, be open with our team and about your skin concerns so we can create a unique treatment plan. Your plan might include microneedling or an injectable treatment to refresh your entire appearance.

Great Skin Starts here

Even if you have never had rejuvenating treatments, Alaska Med Spa & Chiropractic can help you choose the perfect pampering for your skin. Your freshly renewed skin will respond by looking radiant and touchably smooth. Call our office in Anchorage, AK to make an appointment for your skin consultation today for a chemical peel treatment.

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