Chemical Peels in NY

Chemical Peels in NY

At CasaGlow, we provide a variety of chemical peels designed to address fine lines, wrinkles, skin discoloration, and acne. Our expert team will assess your specific skin concerns and recommend the most effective peel for your skin type, ensuring that you receive the best possible treatment for your unique needs. Say goodbye to skin imperfections and achieve a brighter, more radiant complexion with our chemical peels. Schedule your appointment online to get started!

  • Improves skin tone and texture
  • Diminishes fine lines and wrinkles
  • Resurfaces dull, aging skin
  • Decreases pore congestion and kills acne-causing bacteria

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Sensi Peel® is a unique chemical peel option for all patients, including those with sensitive skin. This universal 6% TCA solution will improve surface texture and brighten the skin while helping promote an even skin tone. This multi-faceted and skin-brightening treatment is an excellent option for sensitive skin and higher Fitzpatrick skin types. New and improved formula Improves surface texture and brightens skin Promotes an even skin tone Reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles Formulated with 12% lactic acid and 6% TCA

NUEVO SKIN unveils a clearer, more youthful complexion with a proprietary blend of acids and antioxidants. This medium depth peel combines Azelaic Acid, Mandelic Acid, Phytic Acid, and Lactic Acid to texturize while brightening the appearance of photo-damaged skin with reduced risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.

LUZ LIGHTENING is a one-time treatment with superior results for pigmentation issues, including sun damage and melasma. Our unique bio-active ingredients provide a fresh alternative to chemical solvents and emulsions, for optimal delivery of brightening ingredients into the skin. This in-office peel is compounded with Vitamin A and Hydroquinone. Prescription required to compound.

Our most popular treatment, this medium-depth powerhouse peel, works to suppress melanogenesis—the production of melanin—at the source while promoting rapid cell turnover for more even and bright skin tone. Resurfacing action reveals brighter, renewed skin for results in 7 days. Recommended for those suffering from Sun Damage, Melasma, and Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH)

Pigmentation issues PLUS acne and/or acne scarring? Enjoy two treatments in one! Take on current breakouts and the scars and pigmentation they leave behind. Our superior purifying and smoothing acne treatment clears away dead skin cells and excess oil to speed breakout clearing and purify pores to prevent breakouts. By targeting melanogenesis—the production of melanin—at the source, this treatment helps minimize stubborn post-acne scars and uneven tone for a brighter, smoother surface. Recommended for those suffering from Excessive Oil, Acne with Hyperpigmentation Acne Scarring and Adult Acne

This potent, powerful treatment is ideal for more mature clients that want to intensify results against deep-set wrinkles and loss of elasticity. Our innovative treatment is formulated with a synergistic blend of ingredients that penetrate deeper to combat the signs of aging and soften fine lines and wrinkles. This targeted formula helps enhance collagen stimulation to increase cell turnover and help firm the skin. Recommended for those suffering from Aging Skin (Ages 40+), Wrinkles, Fine Lines, and Loss of Elasticity

The Science:

Chemical peels are a cosmetic procedure that involves the application of a chemical solution to the skin to remove damaged outer layers and promote skin rejuvenation. The science behind chemical peels is rooted in the skin’s natural process of exfoliation and regeneration. Here’s how it works:

  1.  Exfoliation: Chemical peels work by exfoliating the skin. The chemical solution applied to the skin causes controlled damage to the top layers, which consist of dead skin cells, debris, and damaged tissue. This outer layer is also called the epidermis.
  2.  Penetration: The chemical solution penetrates the epidermis and reaches the underlying dermis. The depth of penetration depends on the type of peel used, which can range from superficial to deep peels. Superficial peels target the epidermis, while deeper peels reach the mid to lower dermal layers.
  3.  Stimulation of Collagen Production: As the chemical solution interacts with the skin, it stimulates the skin’s natural wound healing response. This includes the production of collagen and elastin, which are essential for maintaining skin’s strength, elasticity, and structure. Increased collagen production can help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
  4.  New Skin Growth: The controlled damage caused by the chemical peel triggers the shedding of the damaged epidermal layers. As the skin heals, new skin cells are generated and migrate to the surface, resulting in skin that is smoother, firmer, and more youthful in appearance. This process is often associated with improved skin texture and reduced hyperpigmentation.
  5. Improvement of Skin Concerns: Different types of chemical peels target specific skin concerns. For example, superficial peels with mild acids like alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) are effective for brightening the skin, treating fine lines, and reducing mild discoloration. Medium-depth peels with trichloroacetic acid (TCA) can address moderate wrinkles, pigmentation issues, and more. Deep peels, which use phenol, are reserved for more significant concerns, such as deep wrinkles and severe sun damage.
  6. Sun Protection: Following a chemical peel, the new skin that emerges is often more sensitive to the sun. Therefore, adequate sun protection and avoidance of sun exposure are crucial to maintain and protect the results of the peel.

It’s important to note that the specific science behind chemical peels can vary depending on the type of peel used and the patient’s individual skin characteristics.

Overall, chemical peels leverage the skin’s natural regeneration processes to reveal fresher, smoother, and more youthful-looking skin. The level of exfoliation and the degree of penetration are key factors that determine the results and recovery time associated with each peel.

The science behind custom facials is based on a combination of skincare knowledge, and the use of high-quality, tailored skincare products. The goal is to address individual skin needs, improve skin health, and enhance the overall appearance and texture of the skin. For best results, custom facials are typically part of an ongoing skincare regimen, with regular sessions to maintain and optimize skin health.

The Benefits:

Chemical peels offer several benefits for the skin, and the specific advantages can vary depending on the type of peel used. Here are some common benefits associated with chemical peels:

Chemical peels exfoliate the skin’s top layer, removing dead skin cells and promoting the growth of new, healthy skin cells. This can result in a smoother and more even skin texture.

Chemical peels can address uneven skin tone caused by sun damage, age spots, hyperpigmentation, and melasma. They can help fade dark spots and promote a more balanced complexion.

HydraFacial includes the application of serums containing peptides and antioxidants, which can help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, promote collagen production, and protect against free radical damage.

Chemical peels can be effective in treating acne and acne scarring. They can help unclog pores, reduce inflammation, and improve the overall appearance of acne-prone skin.

Certain chemical peels, particularly those that penetrate deeper into the skin, can help to minimize the appearance of enlarged pores.

By removing the outermost layers of the skin, chemical peels reveal fresh, healthy skin underneath, leading to a brighter and more radiant complexion.

Chemical peels come in varying strengths, allowing for customized treatments to meet individual skin concerns and goals. Superficial, medium, and deep peels offer options for different skin types and issues.

Chemical peels are a non-invasive alternative to more intensive cosmetic procedures like laser resurfacing or surgery. They typically have shorter recovery times and fewer potential side effects compared to surgical procedures.

Chemical peels are a non-invasive alternative to more intensive cosmetic procedures like laser resurfacing or surgery. They typically have shorter recovery times and fewer potential side effects compared to surgical procedures.

Many individuals experience gradual improvements with multiple chemical peel sessions. This allows for the treatment of various skin issues over time.

Recovery times for superficial and medium peels are usually short, with minimal disruption to daily activities. Deeper peels may require a bit more downtime.

It’s important to note that while chemical peels offer numerous benefits, they may not be suitable for everyone. Additionally, proper post-treatment care, including sun protection and skincare products, is essential to maintain and enhance the results of a chemical peel.


Peels are an intensive but completely safe treatment designed to detoxify, oxygenate and resurface the skin through chemical exfoliation for a clearer, more radiant complexion.

A powerful exfoliation with a carefully selected range of serums and controlled acids is applied to the skin to improve several skin conditions. Your CasaGlow specialist will perform a skin analysis to formulate the best treatment plan for you. After one application, you may notice a reduction of acne scars, decreased skin folds, fine lines, and wrinkles, diminished pigmentation spots, and a balanced skin tone.

Many guests will notice an improvement after one treatment. However, most guests benefit from a series of treatments spaced 4-6 weeks apart to tackle more severe conditions like acne scarring, deep wrinkles and folds, and pigmentation issues. Your aesthetician will monitor your results and amend your treatment plan accordingly.

Chemical peels do not hurt. You may experience a tingling and slight warming sensation, which will pass immediately after treatment or within a few hours. The skin may feel “tight” before shedding unwanted dead skin cells. Follow all post-care instructions provided by your specialist to ensure the best outcome.

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