Rejuve Anti Aging Medical Spa in Rancho Santa Margarita

Chemical Peels


Chemical Peels


Chemical Peels at Rejuve Anti Aging

If you desire healthy, radiant, and lit-from-within skin, chemical peel treatments could be the perfect solution for you. They are effective in addressing a variety of skin concerns, ranging from freckles to fine lines. Discover why chemical peels have become one of our most sought-after treatments.

What is a chemical peel?

A chemical peel is a versatile skin treatment that employs a chemical solution to eliminate damaged outer layers of the skin. Available in various types and strengths, chemical peels can be tailored to suit individual needs and address specific areas of concern. When administered by a certified medical professional with experience, chemical peels are considered safe for all skin types.

Key benefits of chemical peels

How does a chemical peel work?

Chemicals applied to the superficial layers of the skin during a chemical peel work to remove damage and reveal the healthy, undamaged skin underneath. Beyond addressing skin issues, a chemical peel also stimulates the production of fresh collagen. The slight injuries caused by the small amounts of acid in the chemicals prompt the skin to generate new collagen, the protein essential for firm and tight skin.

Chemical peel treatment details

Upon your arrival for your chemical peel appointment, your skin will undergo a thorough cleansing to remove makeup, lotion, and any other substances that could impede the effectiveness of the peel. Once your skin is clean, the treatment will commence. The specific chemical solution selected for your peel will be applied directly to your skin. Throughout the procedure, your specialist will periodically check in with you to ensure your comfort.

As the chemical peel starts to dry, you might feel a burning or tingling sensation, indicating that the acidic chemicals are actively working and stimulating the collagen production process. If the discomfort becomes too intense, please don’t hesitate to communicate with us. For optimal results, we typically advise a series of six treatments spaced 3 to 4 weeks apart, tailored to the specific type of chemical peel you’re receiving.

Types of chemical peels


If you’re considering a chemical peel for the first time, the Radiate Peel is an excellent option, known for its gentle yet effective nature. Being a light peel, Radiate is particularly favored by those who prefer low-grade chemical peels, as it delivers a radiant glow to the skin. This peel is renowned for its impressive results, minimal peeling (if any), and short downtime, making it a popular choice among individuals seeking skin rejuvenation.

The Radiate Peel is great for:


The Rejuve Peel offers high effectiveness without causing skin damage, making it a sought-after option. As a light peel, it’s particularly favored by those aiming to address signs of aging like sun damage and fine lines. Additionally, the Rejuve Peel is highly customizable to suit individual needs. Patients often notice improvements after just one treatment, and minimal downtime is required, making it a convenient choice for busy lifestyles.

The Rejuve Peel is great for:


The Renew Peel was formulated with an anti-irritant and a penetration enhancer, ensuring effectiveness while minimizing discomfort. It’s a medium-depth chemical peel designed to eliminate the outer skin layer and the upper dermis layer. Many patients observe noticeable improvement after a single treatment.

The Renew Peel is great for:

Downtime and recovery

If peeling is expected during your chemical peel recovery, we’ll inform you during your consultation. Typically, peeling occurs 3 to 5 days after treatment. Once it begins, it’s crucial to apply sunscreen every few hours to prevent hyperpigmentation. Additionally, during the recovery period, it’s advisable to steer clear of saunas, baths, hot showers, and hot tubs for approximately 14 days.

It’s prudent to avoid sun exposure for at least one week following your treatment, and when you do venture outdoors, ensure you wear a high SPF sunscreen. It’s crucial to exercise caution and mindfulness regarding sun exposure after a chemical peel, as your skin will be more susceptible to the sun’s harmful UV rays post-treatment.

Rejuve Anti Aging for chemical peels

If you’re considering chemical peel treatments, reach out to us at Rejuve Anti Aging. Expect to be welcomed like family, as we support you throughout your entire journey. Our team comprises expertly trained providers skilled in both customer service and various disciplines, ensuring a tailored experience for each individual. Contact us today to learn more or schedule a consultation.

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