Chemical Peel Specialist

Ageless Anatomy

Anti-Aging & Functional Medicine located in Scottsdale, AZ

Reveal fresh, new skin and a younger-looking, more even-toned and smooth-textured complexion with a chemical peel. At Ageless Anatomy in Scottsdale, Arizona, Dr. Briana Cain and Ms. Brooke Bangart provide the highest quality chemical peels to get you an improved complexion. Call the office or book online to learn what type of peel is best for your aesthetic goals.

Chemical Peel Q & A

Ageless Anatomy

What is a chemical peel?

During a chemical peel, chemicals applied to your face cause the outer layer of your skin to slough off and reveal fresh skin. Different types of peels are available, and the doctors at Ageless Anatomy can help determine which one is best for you. A superficial peel, also called a “lunchtime peel,” uses a mild acid and has minimal downtime. Medium and deep peels are much more intense and require longer recovery periods. The deeper peels are more effective at reducing discoloration, lines, scars, and age spots.

Who benefits from a chemical peel?

Men and women with concerns about their skin’s appearance may appreciate the improvements a chemical peel can provide.

A chemical peel can address a number of skin issues, including:

  • Sun-damaged skin
  • Acne or acne scars
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Rough skin
  • Some scars, including acne scars
  • Irregular pigmentation

Discuss your complexion concerns with Dr. Cain or Ms. Bangart to determine if a chemical peel is the right procedure for you.

What types of chemical peels are available?

The experts at Ageless Anatomy use SkinMedicaⓇ professional peels to help your complexion appear more uniform and renewed. The doctors may advise you get a peel to diminish lines, wrinkles, and roughness.

Pharmaceutical grade chemical peels with only the highest-quality ingredients are also available.

Do chemical peels hurt?

A chemical peel may sting as it’s applied, but it generally doesn’t hurt. Medium and deep peels sting more intensely than a superficial peel.

You may have stinging, redness, crusting, and swelling following a peel.

How long does it take to recover from a chemical peel?

Following a superficial peel, you’ll need between one and seven days to heal. Medium peels take up to 14 days to reveal smooth, clear skin. A deep peel may take as long as 21 days to heal. You may need bandaging following a deep peel.

If you undergo a peel at Ageless Anatomy, the doctors give you a complete post-procedure care plan and any ointments or creams that expedite your healing to reveal fresh, smooth skin.

To learn more about chemical peels and their benefits, call Ageless Academy or book one using the online tool.