How To Actually Look 5 Years Younger In One Hour

Sounds too good to be true? But it isn’t! Our title is a testament to the strength of chemical peels. And it really is

Sounds too good to be true? But it isn’t! Our title is a testament to the strength of chemical peels. And it really is

Sounds too good to be true? But it isn’t! Our title is a testament to the strength of chemical peels. And it really is all about strengths!

Peels range from “superficial” to “deep”. Each is based on the strength of the solution and has a defined purpose.  For example, superficial peels are used to improve the appearance of sun damage, fine wrinkles and acne scars. These wonderful peels can be used for all skin types.

It’s also the one we use the most. Results are excellent and long lasting.

Medium peels are used to treat mild to moderate wrinkles, long term sun damage, age spots and blotchy skin, acne, acne scars, and even precancerous lesions.

Following superficial mild to moderate peels, one can expect dryness that feels like a little sunburn with redness and peeling. These side effects will usually last for only a few days.

Deep peels treat severe wrinkles, long term sun damage and pronounced pigment changes. Peels can be paired with other professional treatments like microdermabrasion and Intense pulse light for a more dramatic overall effect.

So if you are serious about losing 5 years of fine lines, wrinkles, sun damage and sagging skin, you’re in good hands! Sanctuary’s professional team of aestheticians will guide you how to manage your lifestyle around chemical peels.

Sanctuary Salon & Med Spa is the luxurious day spa offering expert facial treatment in Orlando, Florida. We will guide you every step of the way of your treatment plan.  Keep in mind, for optimum results, a series of treatments repeated between 4-6 weeks is recommended.

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