Chemical Peels in New York, NY
Interested in a non-invasive solution to brighter, smoother, and more flawless skin? Dr. Dennis Gross Dermatology offers a variety of chemical face peels in New York City, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island to address your skin concerns and reveal your most beautiful skin yet.
What Are Chemical Peels?
Chemical peels safely remove or exfoliate the top layer of dead skin allowing new, more youthful, healthy skin to show through. While the skin typically sheds old, dull dead skin cells every 28 days, this process slows down with prolonged sun exposure and aging. Chemical peels cause this natural cell turnover process to speed up, helping to stimulate the growth of new collagen, or the skin-firming protein that acts like a scaffold for the skin. The speed or depth of cell turnover is determined by the concentration of the peel and the amount of time it’s left on skin.
How Much Does a Chemical Peel Cost in New York, NY?
The cost of a chemical peel in New York depends on a few factors including the type of chemical peel that will best help you. To find out your individual cost, please contact us to schedule a consultation. We'll review you skin care goals and specific concerns to create a tailored treatment plan for the best possible results.
Do Chemical Peels Hurt?
Chemical peels can give the patient a tingling and warming sensation. This is nothing extremely uncomfortable by any means and is super-fast from start to finish. Immediately after the peel, you will feel a wonderfully clean feeling paired with a fresh glowing radiance.
What Can Chemical Peels Do?
Chemical peels are an excellent way to renew surface cell turnover, leaving a bright and tight finish to the skin. They can truly be good for anyone. We treat patients dealing with acne, rosacea, melasma and more. Chemical peels are great for the face and the body!
Do Chemical Peels Make Your Skin Peel?
Years are gone in two weeks with peeling skin after any cosmetic treatment and peels are no exception. While we do perform peels with varying flaking post-treatment, it is extremely easy to handle and maintain in under 5 days after your treatment.
Are There Products I Need To Use At Home If I Am Peeling?
While your skin is exfoliating or experiencing minor peeling after your treatment, we recommend staying away from strong product ingredients at home. It is best to stay gentle with your cleanser and moisturizer and always remember your daily SPF.
Are There Different Types Of Chemical Peels?
Yes, we currently offer seven different strength peels. Every patient's skin is different, meaning they need different ingredients and concentrations in order to achieve the best result. Our team of specialists are extremely well-versed in the varying peel strengths and can determine the best course of action for you.
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Is chemical peel good for skin?
Yes, chemical peels can, reduce fine lines, treat wrinkles caused by sun damage and aging, improve the appearance of scars, treat acne, reduce age spots, freckles, and dark patches (melasma), improve skin tone and texture, prevent the breakdown of collagen, while sending signals to produce new collagen.
What is a chemical peel and what does it do?
In general, chemical peels remove the surface skin and replace it with healthier fresh and rejuvenated skin. This improves surface flaws that bother the individual. There are several types of chemical peels ranging in strength from mildly superficial to deeply resurfacing: alpha hydroxy acid peels (AHA), beta hydroxy acid peels (BHA), Jessners's peels, retinoic acid peels, trichloroacetic acid peels (TCA), and phenol peels. It is important to sit down with the doctor and have a thorough consultation in order to determine the best solution for you.
Can you see results after 1 peel?
Yes, chemical peels offer significant results with the instant benefits of enhanced radiance, smoother skin texture, and refined pores.
Will a chemical peel remove dark spots?
Yes, by encouraging cellular turnover, chemical peels can reduce the appearance or hyperpigmentation and acne scarring.
Whether you're interested in a chemical peel for acne scars or you want to address poor skin tone or texture, we can help with chemical peels in various strengths and ingredients to achieve the best possible results. Contact us at Dr. Dennis Gross Dermatology to learn more about how you can benefit from a tailored chemical face peel in New York City and surrounding areas of Staten Island, Brooklyn and Queens.