Chemical Face Peels & Treatments in Colorado Springs

Chemical Face Peels for Aging, Dry, Damaged Skin

Chemical peels can treat a multitude of skin conditions and concerns. You can use a chemical face peel for aging skin, normal or oily skin, dry skin, blemished skin, and sun-damaged skin. With the help of our licensed, professional esthetician in Colorado Springs, you can enjoy all the chemical peel benefits for your unique skin type. Let’s explore the various types of chemical peels and highlight each chemical peel cost.

  • Jessner Peels

    The Jessner peel uses a specially-formulated solution to produce dramatic effects. It's the best chemical peel for sun-damaged or aging skin and can be used on normal or oily skin types.

  • Alpha (Glycol/Glycolic) Peels

    The alpha peel, also known as glycol or glycolic peels, can be used for any skin type. This glycolic peel promotes a fresher, more vibrant look. The glycolic acid is especially effective on wrinkles and fine lines.

  • Lactic Acid Peels

    The lactic acid peel is considered milder than others, which is perfect for any skin type. Because there is no physical peeling involved, many consider this the ideal "lunchtime peel." We recommend this peel for sun-damaged, dry, and aging skin because of the hydrating properties and ability to reduce hyperpigmentation.

  • TCA Peels

    The TCA peel is designed to strengthen your skin. With a TCA chemical peel, your skin becomes more resistant to environmental stresses. Your skin becomes noticeably smoother with a fresher appearance.

  • Beta (Salicylic Acid) Peels

    The beta peel is also known as the salicylic acid peel. Because it is more vigorous than the glycol or TCA peel, it's a great chemical peel for acne scars. We recommend the TCA peel if you have thick, oily, or blemished skin.

What are Chemical Peels?

The chemical peel is an effective treatment to counteract numerous skincare issues. Chemical peels treat skin more aggressively than a facial, but you will need a facial first to assess the skin and prep for an appropriate peel. Chemical peels are considered a workout for the skin, allowing it to improve and strengthen. It’s a simple way to apply specially formulated ingredients to the skin for safe and effective results.
The chemical peel process targets a range of skincare concerns, such as aging, acne, mild scarring, brightness, and sun damage. Peels range in type from light and moderate to profound. The light peel requires zero downtime from work, and you can resume normal activities immediately. Moderate peels might cause a day or two of rest, while the more profound peels call for a week or more of healing. Fierce Beauty by Mimi only provides light to moderate chemical peels because deep peels should be performed under a physician’s care.

Are Chemical Peels Good for All Skin Types?

While not every chemical peel is suitable for every skin type, a chemical peel exists to treat each particular skin type. From the glycolic peel to a TCA peel, we can help you discover what your skin needs and which peel will suit you the best. For example, if you have acne or blemishes, you might consider using a beta peel, while someone looking to reduce wrinkles might prefer the alpha peel instead.