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Chemical Peel Formulas | The Formula MedSpa in Rye NY

Peel Formulas in Rye, NY

Our custom Chemical Peel Formulas are tailored to meet the specific needs and goals of an individual’s skin. Instead of using a standard or pre-formulated chemical peel solution, our peels involve the selection and combination of different acids, concentrations, and application techniques based on your skin type, concerns, and desired outcomes. Our peels address a wide range of skin concerns, including acne, hyperpigmentation, fine lines and wrinkles, uneven texture, and dullness. By tailoring the peel to your skin, the treatment is more effective and provides optimal results.

OUR FORMULA

Superficial and deep chemical exfoliators are the key to fading the spots, marks, and lines on our skin that show our age. These corrective treatments create an even tone and youthful glow.

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FADE PEEL 1

Light

Fade Peel 1 is a unique brightening peel that includes a non-Rx retinol accelerator combined with a unique blend of Phytic Acid, Mandelic Acid, Azelaic Acid, Lactic Acid, L’Glutathione, and Edelweiss to brighten the skin, reduce hyperpigmentation & melasma, smooth skin’s texture & even skin tone.
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FADE PEEL 2

Deep

F​ade Peel 2 is a one-time treatment that delivers superior results for pigmentation issues, such as sun damage and melasma. ​Our unique ​blend of bio-active ingredients combines the performance peptides Myristol Nonapeptide-3, Pentapeptide-17, and Lysophosphatidic Acid, a potent growth factor, with Vitamin A and Hydroquinone for superior results.
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PRX Derm Perfexion Treatment

Skin Renewal

Discover the transformative power of the PRX Derm Perfexion treatment, a groundbreaking skin renewal technique. This advanced therapy utilizes the potent combination of Trichloroacetic Acid (TCA) and Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) to deliver deep exfoliation and rejuvenation. Achieve a refreshed, youthful appearance with minimal downtime and no significant peeling or flaking.

YOUR BENEFITS

Our Peel Formulas address a wide range of skin concerns

Fine lines and wrinkles

Acne scars

Uneven skin tone and texture

Hyperpigmentation

Melasma

Age spots and sunspots

Rough or dull skin

Large pores

Blackheads and whiteheads

FAQ'S

During a chemical peel, a chemical solution is applied to the skin to exfoliate the top layers, leading to the regeneration of new skin cells and an improved appearance.

Chemical peels work by applying a chemical solution to the skin, which causes the top layers of the skin to exfoliate and peel off. This process stimulates the production of new skin cells, leading to a smoother, more even complexion. The depth and intensity of the chemical peel determine the extent of skin exfoliation and the results achieved.

The process of a custom chemical peel usually involves a consultation with a skincare professional, such as an aesthetician or dermatologist. They will assess your skin, discuss your skincare goals, and determine the most suitable combination of acids and concentrations for your specific needs. During the treatment, the customized chemical peel solution is applied to the skin and left on for a specific duration, depending on the desired depth of exfoliation. Afterward, the solution is neutralized or removed, and appropriate post-treatment care is provided.

Chemical peels can cause varying levels of discomfort, depending on the depth and intensity of the peel, as well as individual pain tolerance.

Light chemical peels typically cause only a mild stinging or tingling sensation during the procedure, and the discomfort is usually short-lived. After the peel, the skin may feel slightly irritated, akin to a mild sunburn, but this discomfort generally subsides within a day or two.

Medium and deep chemical peels can be more uncomfortable. You may experience a burning or stinging sensation during the procedure, and your skin might turn red and feel tight afterward. The recovery period can last several days to a couple of weeks, during which your skin may peel or crust.

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