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What Makes It Special:

There are chemical peel options for every type of patient looking for brand new skin. Whether you opt for the lunchtime peel, the medium peel, or the deep peel, your chemical peel will penetrate your skin to remove all the damaged and discolored areas for good.

Chemical Peel

Are you tired of seeing a less beautiful you?

Rejuvenation, regeneration, and regrowth. Chemical peel is the ultimate procedure for those looking for a natural remedy to the various discolorations and marks on the face. Improve the skin on your face, hands, and neck by exfoliating and peeling off the outermost layer of your skin.

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Chemical Peel FAQ

What Is A Chemical Peel?

Our skin is made up of several layers, and the top layers of our skin are prone to damage: acne, age spots, crow’s feet, hyperpigmentation, scars, sun damage, wrinkles, melasma, and more. A chemical peel assists the body’s natural healing process by forcing the damaged top layers to peel off. Chemicals are applied to the skin that kickstarts the exfoliation process on the face, hands, or neck.

Who Is A Candidate?

Anyone who is looking for improved skin without their scars, signs of age, and damage can benefit from a chemical peel treatment. Consult with your doctor before a chemical peel treatment, to make sure that you aren’t allergic to any of the chemicals involved.

Chemical peel treatments will also work better on some people more than others. Those who can expect best results for chemical peels are patients with light hair and fair skin, as the chemical exfoliation process will create a more distinct difference to the skin.

Those with darker skin tones can still experience great results, however there is a slight risk of producing a lighter skin tone to the treated area.

Chemical peels work best with skin damage, such as acne, scars, sun damage, and more. While it can also treat some wrinkles, it has difficulty helping severe cases of wrinkles and skin bulges.

What To Expect?

Patients can expect to feel a mild stinging on their skin when the chemical peel solution is applied. This feeling is the boosted exfoliation process of the skin, and it can last up to 20 minutes. For treatments involving deep chemical peels, IV fluids will be involved.

After the procedure, patients can expect their skin to be swollen, tight and red, and the healing process will take up to 2 weeks (some redness will last for a few months).

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Dr. D' Alessio and her staff are top notch in every way, a rarity in medical offices. Dr. D'Alessio is truly amazing and I am more than thrilled with my experience in the office and the work she did to balance imperfections on my face. I was a long time patient and close friend of NJ's top dermatologist until he died 5 years ago, I never thought I'd find anyone as talented again. I will be using as many services as I can in this office!

Sara E.

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Got the sculpsure procedure done today and the service was amazing! I felt very relaxed and Dr. D’ Alessio was very informative about what I should expect during the process. Anyone looking to get any of the services done here I will definitely recommend. I drove all the way from Brooklyn, NY that’s how much I recommend it!!!

WK LANDSCAPING

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I have been a patient of Dr. D'Alessio's for a year now and am very pleased with my results and her as a doctor. Dr. D'Alessio is a warm, caring, and professional doctor who goes above and beyond to make you feel comfortable at your visit. Her staff is wonderful and always a pleasure to see and chat with during my visits.

Kristin Arluna

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