Chemical Peel Overview
Chemical peels have been around for decades, though they’ve only just been refined in the last ten or so years. Modern chemical peels are far better and more effective than older ones, containing improved ingredients to target specific issues. The idea of a chemical peel is that you cover your skin with a solution, leaving it there until it dries or solidifies. It is then peeled off, removing a layer of your skin. This sounds extreme, but it isn’t as intense as it seems. You can choose the intensity of your peel, which basically refers to how deep it goes down.
After using a chemical peel, you’ll have a fresh layer of skin that can be free from common imperfections. It can get rid of dead skin, unclog pores, and help to remove pigmentation issues. In essence, it’s like a high-potency face mask.
Average Costs of Chemical Peel Treatments
The cost of chemical peel treatments will vary depending on what type of peel you’re after. At Rejuve, our stronger chemical peels tend to cost more than the weaker ones. This is simply because they contain more ingredients and will present you with more benefits. According to Healthline, the average cost of a chemical peel is around $673. However, bear in mind that is the average across the board – your peel may vary greatly in price depending on a variety of factors.
Some factors that can influence final pricing are geographic location, the expertise of your provider, as well as any special pricing your provider may be offering at the time of treatment.