Facials and Chemical Peels

Facials and Chemical Peels

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Anti-aging treatment helps to improve the overall health of your skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles as well as brightening up the tone of the skin.

Brightening facial 


The Skin Brightening Treatment naturally brightens the complexion of the skin, providing a clear magnificent glow.  This service creates a fresher, healthier appearance by exfoliating dull surface cells, helping to minimize the appearance of dark circles and sun spots.



This calming treatment will provide serious relief for sensitized skin. It will calm, sooth and replenish the most aggravated, irritated, and inflamed skin. By targeting the triggers behind redness, itching and stinging, this treatment will help skin to recover.



Specifically formulated for your back, the Bacial consists of deep cleansing, exfoliation, extractions, and ends with a detoxifying mask for hydration. It is also great to help ease tension in your muscles and to heal dry skin on your back.




Face & neck


Face, neck & chest



LED mask


Emits varying wavelengths of light that treat different skin concerns.



Dermaplaning exfoliates your skin and gets rid of dirt and vellus hair, better known as “peach fuzz.” This allows product to absorb better into the skin.

High Frequency


High frequency increases oxygen to the skin, improving the overall texture, tone, and glow. Helps to treat acne problems and helps to promote collagen stimulation and elastin production, providing a firmer and more youthful appearance.

A person’s skin is routinely exposed to the elements. Someone can quickly go from having youthful skin to looking older and worn. The good news is that there are treatments to help men and women rejuvenate their damaged skin, such as facials and chemical peels.

Each treatment has its benefits, and a cosmetic specialist will recommend the best procedure based on the client’s skin type and needs.

A facial is a less-invasive form of a chemical peel. A facial uses serums and other products to clean out pores, extract blackheads, and moisturize the skin. There is no recovery or downtime for a facial. A licensed cosmetic specialist will decide which products to use after carefully reviewing the client’s skin type and needs. 

A facial generally starts with a deep surface cleaning followed by steam to open up the pores, allowing the specialist to remove different types of acne. The specialist will then exfoliate the skin to remove dead skin cells, giving the face a more youthful look and softer feel. A massage and facial mask are often part of the treatment, followed by products suited specifically to the client’s skin type and needs, such as toners, serums, moisturizers, sunscreens, and more.

What are the Benefits of a Facial

Getting a facial is beneficial in many ways, including:

  • Reduce environmental effects. The sun, smoking, air pollutants, and even cold and wind can wreak havoc on the skin. A regimen of facials can help improve the harmful effects of daily living.
  • Heal and soothe skin. The use of acne medications and other products can make facial skin irregular in both texture and color. A facial can help even the skin tone.
  • Stimulate cells. Since a facial removes dead skin cells, it can help stimulate cell rejuvenation and improve cellular reproduction.
  • Minimize aging. Facials are a great way to slow down the effects of aging on the skin. Frequent facials help restore the skin’s natural protective barrier and even strengthen the skin’s ability to combat aging.

Who is a Good Candidate for a Facial?

Men and women with any skin type or skin tone can benefit from a regular regimen of facials. A facial simply cleans the face thoroughly, making it look moisturized and invigorated. When facials are performed regularly, the client can look forward to healthy-looking skin and a fresh appearance. Additionally, clients can return to their usual activities right after facials.

A chemical solution is applied to the skin in a chemical peel treatment to exfoliate the top layer of damaged skin. The procedure stimulates new cell growth, making the skin appear brighter. A chemical peel can also be done on the neck or hands.

A chemical peel can restore and rejuvenate the skin for an overall younger appearance. Specifically, a chemical peel can do the following:

  • Reduce lines and wrinkles. Fine lines under the eyes and around the mouth can be diminished in a chemical peel. The peel can also treat fine wrinkles and improve the appearance of mild scars. It removes the damaged outer layer of skin, revealing a new layer that is free of fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Treat acne. Certain types of acne and scars can benefit from a chemical peel. Chemical peels, with salicylic acid as the primary ingredient, can reduce current acne and prevent future outbreaks, as well as unclog pores and remove acne-causing bacteria.
  • Lessen pigmentation issues. Age spots, freckles, and dark patches can all look lighter or disappear entirely after a chemical peel. A cosmetic specialist can treat hyperpigmentation, melasma, and other discoloration caused by age spots and acne. A good chemical peel will reveal more even-toned skin and a more youthful complexion.
  • Repair sun damage. Skin that has been exposed to a lot of sun may look wrinkled, rough or scaly, and discolored. A chemical peel can improve skin damaged by the sun, making it look older and rougher. A chemical peel strips away the old, damaged cells to reveal younger-looking skin, along with visibly reduced fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Smooth and soften the skin. Since a chemical peel removes a layer of skin, the emerging skin is generally smoother and softer, contributing to a more radiant and youthful look. Also, with the top layer of dead skin gone, other skincare products can better penetrate the skin and be absorbed more efficiently. 

Who is a Good Candidate for a Chemical Peel?

To get the most benefits from a chemical peel, ideal candidates are generally fair-skinned. They have either pigmentation issues, scarring, fine lines, and light wrinkles, or a combination. Darker-skinned clients can see good results as well, but they might experience uneven skin tone after the procedure.

It is also important to note that some skin conditions will not benefit from a chemical peel. These include skin sags, bulges, and severe wrinkles. A cosmetic specialist may recommend laser resurfacing, brow or eyelid lifts, fillers, and other treatments for these conditions their action. When the frown line starts to reappear, a simple repeat treatment is all that is necessary to maintain the desired results.

Is There Downtime After a Chemical Peel?

A deep peel will require more recovery time than a light peel. Since all peels require chemicals to remove the top layer of skin, the face might swell and peel after treatment. Peeling usually lasts between three to five days. Redness may continue for days or weeks after peeling has stopped. A client should use gentle moisturizers, cleansers, and sunscreens after a chemical peel.

In addition, heavy sweating and strenuous exercise should be avoided for the first three days after the peel. A cosmetic specialist will review the process and recovery details during the initial consultation so the client can make an informed decision on the treatment. Most clients experience no problems with a chemical peel and are thrilled with the results.

Cosmetic Specialists at MAEZ Integrative Healthcare Offer Facial and Chemical Peels for Skin Rejuvenation