Specially formulated to treat maturing skin in need of rejuvenation, Ultra Peel® is a superficial chemical peel that is appropriate for all skin types. It helps improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles while promoting an even skin tone and clear complexion.
Who is a good candidate for Ultra Peel Treatment?
Those with resilient and/or sensitive skin with more dramatic wrinkling, sun damage and acne scarring. This treatment is ideal for aging skin in need of rejuvenation.
What are the key benefits of Ultra Peel Treatment?
Ultra Peel Treatment helps promote even complexion and skin tone while reducing dark spots and other forms of discoloration.Ultra Peel Treatment helps improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
What can I expect during an Ultra Peel Treatment?
You may experience a mild tingling sensation during the procedure. The application is performed by a board-certified dermatologist and takes about 20 minutes depending on the number of coats you will be needing. Our board-certified dermatologist will walk you through every step.
Will I experience downtime with Ultra Peel Treatment?
Your skin will begin to peel within 2 to 3 days. This peeling will continue over the next several days and should be healed in an average of 5 to 7 days.
Chemical peels accelerate the time of normal skin cell turnover, helping to reveal healthier and even skin tone / texture quickly. You may experience sheeting, flaking, or sometimes none at all. Visible peeling is not always the case when it comes to superficial peels as exfoliating effects may vary per individual. You can be confident that cellular level exfoliation is still happening during this time and that healthy skin will soon resurface.
What are the active ingredients of Ultra Peel Treatment?
Lactic Acid (24%) is an alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) naturally found in milk and sugars. It breaks down the bonds between cells (desmosomes) to allow for easier exfoliation of dead surface cells, hydrates the skin, and inhibits melanogenesis by suppressing the formation of tyrosinase.