Glycolic Peel

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A glycolic peel, or alpha hydroxy acid peel, removes your top layer of skin, prompting the production of new collagen and elastin. LEARN MORE ›

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At the first visit, without preamble other than " lets do a peel", he applied a product that burned terribly and left me peeling and in pain for 5 days, I looked awful and the results afterwards were not worth the pain and trouble, I still had scars and dark marks. I wish I had been... READ MORE

After seeing great results on both my sister and cousin, I decided to get a consultation for a glycolic peel from my dermotologist. Since the esthetician at my office performs the procedure, I would have had to schedule a seperate appointment with her. Surprisingly, my doctor actually squeezed... READ MORE

Had no reaction ,just little irritation which went away after few hours .use sun protection after using the peel .it is worth the money don't keep it in your skin more then 4 minutes .I did for 5 but I am ok READ MORE

I started with a low % chemical peel from Loreal to use at home. it concentration is 10% and its mild and gentle, you use it 5 times a week for 7 week, 4 minutes each time, I noticed my skin soft next day. Not reddnes not pain. Buth I though it was too low concentration to see visible changes... READ MORE

I have pretty nice skin for a 45-y.o. - no real issues, just some fine lines and a lack of fullness. I had been doing at-home fruit acid peels with great results and considering a heavier-duty commercial one to plump up a bit, reclaim my rosy glow, and get rid of some minor sun damage, when my... READ MORE

I'm 30 years old with fair skin/light freckles and some issues with large pores and fine lines coming in around my mouth area and uneven skin tone. I decided to give this a shot myself because I don't want to spend the $ at a derm and I'm not an idiot...I definitely did my... READ MORE

I am Indian women,i applied GA on my face (30%)and my skin just started glowing. i did the same on my underrms, I have dark UA since i became mum.I have tried many things and i can say they faded lot but not to my natural skin colour though.First application was left over night and i felt... READ MORE

This was my first facial and my very trusted esthetician recommended the glycolic. I'm 33, pure Irish with very pale, fine skin. Fortunatley, I don't have a lot of lines, but I do always have red bumpy cheeks and flaking between my eyes no matter how much I moisturize. She said this... READ MORE

I have done chemical peels in the past. The reason I'm thinking of doing Laser Resurfacing which I'm praying to have it done in Los Angeles. Im 52 I should of known how to do this Glycolic Acid peeling at home. But I did not follow the instruction I started to panic and know I... READ MORE

My mother had a great experience with a Glycolic Peel by her dermatologist, so I thought I’d have the procedure done too. Unfortunately, I went to a high end spa in Seattle and not a doctor, so that may have been my mistake. During the peel, the skin under and around my eyes was... READ MORE

I'm 29 and feel like my skin is looking ashy and blah. I also have a little bit of acne on my chin sometimes. I had a glycolic acid peel done at a spa here in salt lake for about 35$ and really liked the results- My skin looked really clean and fresh and bright. I missed that skin the... READ MORE

I did a glycolic peel 30%, my skin felt smooth but it left my skin red and irritated for about 5 days, I saw a difference in the softness but not in the texture or color. I was more impressed with the results I got from the Gorgeous Peel. READ MORE

I had my dermatologist perform my peel. The actual peel (70% acid) came in powder form and was mixed into a bowl of water. She applied it to my face with just a piece of gauze and then let it sit for 4 minutes. It burned worse than I expected. I have a high pain tolerance and this made my eyes... READ MORE

I had four sittings worth 6000rs. and my acne is like almost vanished in a month....but the post treatment care is to be taken by us i used to not leave my house at all neither morning nor evening due to sun atleast 4 days after treatment...n the result was really astonsihing....absolutely safe!!! READ MORE

Went for a series of 6 peels that were not aggressive. Over time, my face was brighter, pore size smaller on my chin and nose, and clearer complexion. The peels were mild - left me with some redness for a few hours but the next day I was fine. Did it about 2 years ago and now going for another... READ MORE

Our most recent visit with him was about two weeks before last New Years’ Eve — wanting to look our best for the holiday celebrations and, collectively, very much achieving this goal. READ MORE

I had glycolic peels before & had worked well for me.I have light brown facial discoloration & is fading away. Anyone having facial rejuvenations (laser or chemical or mechanical peels) should know that using a broad spectrum sunblock (SPF 45 or higher, with Zinc Oxide Z-Cote) &... READ MORE

Love the mini facial and glycolic peel. This treatment is the only thing that has completely cleared my face. I have been getting it done every 8 wks for 2 yrs now. READ MORE

I had a consulation with a nurse as I was concerned about forhead wrinkles and crows feet. I was recommended a 6 week course of micro-dermabrasion with glycolic facial peel. I spent a couple of hours sitting in the sun in the garden a few weeks after my last micro-derm and glycolic peel.... READ MORE

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How much does a Glycolic Peel cost?

The typical cost for a Glycolic Peel ranges from $75-$500 with an average cost of $100. Costs will vary by surgeon, geographic region and the complexity of the procedure. Cost estimates are based on 66 patient reviews submitted on RealSelf. Learn more