Chemical Peels Fayetteville

Get Back Your Youthful Looks with Chemical Peels

Chemical peels are ideal for those who want gentle improvements to their skin’s textural quality without injections, fillers, or incisions. Chemical peels are specifically-curated chemical solutions that remove the uppermost layers of your skin, revealing smoother, younger, and unblemished skin underneath. By removing the damaged, old, and worn skin from the surface, our chemical peels in Fayetteville remove months or years of accumulated skin damage. The new skin appears significantly smoother and brighter, free from years of acne scars, pigmented spots.


Micropeel is a procedure wherein the uppermost layer of the skin (epidermis) is removed to reveal the smoother and younger skin underneath. The Micropeel treatment consists of mild exfoliating agents that gently remove the uppermost layers of the skin over 4-6 sessions. It improves your skin tone, texture, overall clarity, textural quality, fine lines, and wrinkles. It also encourages collagen production to improve your skin’s firmness.

Pigment Balancing Peel

The Pigment Balancing Peel is made of powerful brightening, anti-inflammatory, and exfoliating components that improve pigmentation and accelerate skin cell regeneration. This chemical peel comprises 40% glycolic acid, 27% vitamin C, and 10% citric acid, the ideal formulation to provide aggressive exfoliation. You should ideally opt for 4 to 6 of these chemical peels spaced 4 weeks apart for dramatic results.

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Glytone Professional Peel Systems

Glytone Professional Peel Systems include 13 different chemical peels made with unique formulations that target specific skin concerns and skin types, such as aging, hyperpigmentation, acne, wrinkles, rosacea, etc. The Glytone chemical peel system boosts your skin’s overall textural quality and appearance.

Glycolic Acid

  • Exfoliates and improves complexion.
  • Reduces wrinkles and fine lines.
  • Improves skin texture and overall smoothness.
  • Enhances volume.


  • Brightens the skin complexion.
  • Decreases pigmented spots.
  • Reduces fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Improves skin texture.

Pyruvic Acid

  • Improves skin complexion.
  • Reduces fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Reduces pore size.
  • Reduces acne scars.
  • Minimizes the appearance of dark spots.

Neck Peel

  • Brightens skin complexion on the neck.
  • Increases skin firmness.
  • Hydrates the skin.
  • Improves skin texture.
  • Enhances skin volume.
  • Smoothens the skin’s surface.
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Eye and Lip Peel

  • Smoothens the eye and lip contours.
  • Increases skin firmness.
  • Reduces fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Decreases dark spots and circles.
  • Improves skin texture.

Hand Peel

  • Reveals brighter and smoother skin.
  • Reduces dark spots.
  • Improves fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Improves skin brightening.
  • Improves skin texture.

Salicylic Acid

  • Treats blemish- or acne-prone skin.
  • Reduces excess sebum production.
  • Reduced oil components.
  • Improves skin complexion.
  • Smoothens the skin surface.

Mandelic Acid

  • Calms irritated skin.
  • Reduces redness and enlarged pores.
  • Improves skin texture.
  • Smoothens skin surface.
  • Minimizes the damage from pigmented spots.
  • Reduces sun damage.

How Can Chemical Peels Help Me Look Younger?

Chemical peels are great for treating a variety of cosmetic issues. The treatment can foster youthful-looking skin by accelerating the turnover of dead and damaged cells. The deeper the peel, the more cellular turnover occurs. The healthy new cells that move up to the surface are softer, more radiant, and more resilient overall. While it may take more than one peel to address more significant issues, this treatment can be customized to your needs for the correction of mild scarring, sagging skin, fine lines and wrinkles, sun damage, and various signs of aging. What's great about routine chemical peels is that they address all of these concerns at once!

Will My Chemical Peel Treatment Hurt?

It's not uncommon to feel some degree of warming, stinging, itching, or tingling during a chemical peel. The intensity of any of these sensations may depend on several factors. The primary factor is the strength of your peel. A light peel may cause very little sensation at all, whereas deep chemical peels generally require the use of anesthesia. Medium-grade chemical peels sit right in the middle of the road, achieving great results with mild to moderate stinging and tingling.

Your provider customizes your chemical peel treatments to your needs as well as your preferences for discomfort and downtime. 

What Is Recovery Like After a Chemical Peel?

Your chemical peel recovery will align with the strength of your peel. If you have the lightest peel, often referred to as a "lunchtime peel," you may not need any downtime. After a day or two, your skin may start to look a little dry and flaky, but a good moisturizer can disguise these side effects so you can continue with your daily routine.

A medium-strength chemical peel may cause some swelling and redness that require cool compresses. You may want to arrange to have a few days at home to allow these side effects to subside before you return to work and social engagements. You may have some soreness or tenderness after a medium-strength chemical peel, as well. An over-the-counter pain reliever like acetaminophen can help you remain comfortable. It can take a full two weeks for all redness and minor swelling to completely resolve after a medium peel treatment. However, you can apply makeup after five to seven days. 

Deep chemical peels are rarely performed anymore because medium-grade peels can accomplish outstanding results without the significant risks and downtime associated with treatment. Deep peels may require prescription pain medication, dressings, and special care to avoid infection and scarring. 

Are Chemical Peels Safe?

The chemical peel treatments that we perform have been thoroughly tested for safety and efficacy. The risks that are associated with light and medium-grade chemical peels are usually limited to minor flaking, dryness, redness, and swelling. Blistering is possible but rarely occurs. 

If you are considering a chemical peel, it is imperative that you inform your provider about a history of cold sores. Pre-treatment with special medication can reduce the risk of an outbreak. Precautions like avoiding blood thinners and sun exposure can also reduce risks like excessive irritation after a chemical peel. Rest assured that your provider will discuss the risks associated with your selected treatment as well as how to manage them. 

Revitalize! CNY provides a wide range of effective chemical peels for all skin types and concerns. Cal today to schedule a complimentary consultation to discuss your options for chemical peels in Fayetteville today.

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