Chemical peels are a great way to treat a variety of skin conditions. There are many different types of peels available to tailor a treatment regime to each clients needs and budget. Almost everyone can use a peel, regardless of skin tone or condition.
Peels can be coupled with other treatment such as microneedling for even more dramatic results. Peels can be used to improve skin tone, texture, and hydration. Peels are also useful for treating acne, hyperpigmentation, fine lines, and wrinkles.
At Elevate we offer Vi Peel which is a unique proprietary blend of chemicals which can be used on any skin type, causes little to no discomfort, and require minimal recovery with dramatic results.
Eskata is the first topical treatment approved to remove cosmetically bothersome* seborrheic keratosis from the face, neck, or chest.
Seborrheic keratosis are benign skin growth that tend to appear as we age. Most seborrheic keratosis are removed with one to two treatments of Eskata.
There is minimal to no scarring post Eskata treatment when compared to other methods of removing seborrheic keratosis.
Skin Tag Removal
Skin tags are cosmetically bothersome* excessive skin growths which typically appear around the neck/collar area, axilla or armpit area, bra line, and waist line.
They are simply removed by anesthetizing the area and then taken off at the skin surface.
Dermaplaning is a procedure where the top layer of dead skin and fine vellus hair is scraped away revealing a smoother, brighter skin.
The dermaplane is followed with either a glycolic acid peel for skin resurfacing/brightening or a micromask which is ultra hydrating.
This is a great procedure to get skin ready for a big event such as a wedding, prom, reunion, etc. Skin is ideally prepared for the application of makeup which can be applied as soon as the next day.
Cherry Angioma Treatment
Cherry Angiomas are cosmetically bothersome*, red vascular lesions that tend to appear with age. Genetics play a large role as well in the development of cherry angiomas as well.
They are easily treatment with cautery, after adequate local anesthesia, which removes the lesion.
*Skin lesions that do not appear consistent with typical seborrheic keratosis, cherry angiomas, skin tags, or appear abnormal will not be removed and it will be recommended that evaluation of the skin lesion be performed by the clients’ primary care provider or dermatologist.