Skin Treatment

Chemical Peel

At PBK Med Spa, we offer chemical peels to help you achieve more beautiful, healthier-looking skin and look and feel your best! Chemical peels may be used to treat sun damage and other cosmetic problems like fine lines, hyperpigmentation, and unwanted freckles. 
A chemical peel is a type of procedure that removes and regenerates the epidermal layer of the skin on your face or body. Dead cells in the top layer are removed, resulting in the creation of new ones! You may notice some peeling for up to two weeks after the procedure, but don’t be concerned; your skin will be very soft after your treatments are finished, with minimal scarring. Chemical peels also help to eliminate those unsightly scars you may have had for years!
Contact PBK Med Spa for a consultation to determine if you’re a good candidate for a chemical peel.


Chemical peels are a skin resurfacing treatment that removes the top layer of damaged, aged, or dead cells, revealing new, healthy cells.

Chemical peels remove superficial layers of the skin by creating small, controlled wounds that resurface the skin. Chemical peels enhance the growth of healthy skin layers and treat various conditions, including hyperpigmentation, fine lines, wrinkles, uneven texture/skin impurities.

Chemical peels are more effective on fair-skinned, light-haired individuals. Chemical peels are more successful on patients with pale skin because their pigment is less irritating to the epidermis. However, you’re also more likely to have an uneven skin tone following the treatment.  

After receiving a chemical peel, you may notice some redness, which usually fades in seven to fourteen days. 

The results from a chemical peel vary considerably, from a few weeks to the rest of your lifetime. The effects of a chemical peel are dependent on many factors, but the most significant is strength: light or superficial effects last between 1 and 2 months, while more serious outcomes may take 6 to 12 weeks (or more).

After a chemical peel, you may experience some redness, pigment changes, swelling, sun sensitivity, and scarring.

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