Chemical peels have risen in popularity over the last decade. More and more people are seeking out this non-surgical cosmetic treatment. It presents a series of benefits, with the main one being that your skin is rejuvenated after the treatment. Chemical peels help with a whole host of common skin issues, but how much do they cost? Prices vary across the country, usually due to numerous factors.
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About Chemical Peels
Chemical peels are one of the many skin care treatments offered by Dr. Brenman. It’s a fairly advanced and extensive treatment option, removing the top dermis layer of your skin. In doing so, this reveals a fresh layer beneath that’s vibrant and young.
Essential, this works by applying a chemical solution to your skin. It will stay on your skin for a period, setting deeper into the upper layer. When the solution has solidified, it can be peeled away. You can think of this as an advanced face mask that works deeper and yields longer-lasting and more impressive results. Chemical peels also tend to come in different strengths: light, moderate, and deep.
Average Cost of Chemical Peels
The most recent data puts the average cost of a chemical peel at around $670 in the US. It’s important to stress that you shouldn’t use this as a direct quote for chemical peel treatments. It takes into account all the prices charged by doctors up and down the country. Some chemical peels are as low as $150 while others are as high as $3000.
You can use these figures to see a general ballpark for the treatment costs, but we advise you to book a consultation for Dr. Brenman to get an accurate quote.
Factors That Influence Chemical Peels Costs
Chemical peel costs are influenced by a series of factors. Some of these are similar to other cosmetic treatments. For instance, the location of the clinic, the doctor’s experience, etc. However, chemical peels will vary in price also depending on their strength.
Light chemical peels are the cheapest as they can often be carried out at home. Moderate/medium chemical peels are slightly more expensive as they offer a more thorough treatment. Finally, deep chemical peels are the premium versions that offer the most extensive treatment. Of course, the specific chemicals used in the peels can influence costs as well.
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Am I a Candidate for a Chemical Peel?
If you’re looking for a cost-effective skin rejuvenation treatment, a chemical peel might be perfect for you. Most people are prime candidates, as long as you don’t have any underlying skin conditions or damages. The beauty of a chemical peel is that you choose how intense it is. If you have sensitive skin, a light peel may be all you need.
There are many benefits of chemical peels as they improve the overall look and feel of your skin. Consequently, if you suffer from acne, wrinkles, sun damage, fine lines, or have pigmentation problems, you could be a great candidate for this treatment. Dr. Brenman will always carry out a full skin examination to determine if you’re right for a chemical peel and which strength would work best for you.
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Take the Next Step
Want to learn more about chemical peels, including what solution might be right for you? Schedule your complimentary consultation at The Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery with Dr. Scott Brenman in Philadelphia and Plymouth Meeting, PA. Please call (267) 687-2180 and our staff will gladly offer you a convenient appointment in the near future.