Superficial Chemical Peels
To receive some of the benefits of a chemical peel with minimal downtime, superficial chemical peels are available through The K Spa. A superficial chemical peel is a great option for rejuvenating your skin in preparation for a special event. With this milder chemical peel, there is only a slight redness after treatment and very light to no peeling in the days to follow.
At The K Spa, our selection of chemical peels is always based on what is determined to be most beneficial for each individual patient and the results they desire. Dr. Stong, our plastic surgeon, never recommends based on brand name, or promotes products for sales purposes. Our patients’ results and satisfaction are always our top priorities.
Key Uses for Milder Chemical Peels
The milder, superficial chemical peels are often recommended for acne treatments, light photo aging and pigmentation issues. You will usually see results after the first treatment, but a series of three to six treatments are often recommended. These treatments may be scheduled a few weeks apart and are often scheduled as a means of cosmetic maintenance or in between other types of cosmetic treatments such as laser treatments, injectables or surgery.
As with the moderate and deep chemical peels, medical-grade skin care products will often be recommended for use in conjunction with the superficial chemical peel treatments. Products that complement the benefits of the peels can be recommended for use prior to the treatments and for follow-up after the treatments.
The K Spa offers an elite medical spa environment which follows the client-centric philosophy of Kalos Plastic Surgery and our plastic surgeon, Dr. Benjamin Stong. Getting to know our patients as individuals has always been key to our customized, high-level service. You will always feel valued and appreciated by every member of our staff. Contact us today to schedule your next appointment.Disclaimer: These Are Actual Results For Patients Of Dr. Benjamin Stong. Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Results Can Vary Between Patients.