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Perfect Derma Peel - The Newest Addition To Our Chemical Peel Selection

Get amazing results with The Perfect Derma Peel. It is the perfect treatment for sun damage, fine lines, wrinkles, acne, enlarged pores, and hyperpigmentation including melasma. You will see a difference with just one treatment.

 

The Perfect Derma Peel is a safe and effective, non-invasive chemical peel and delivers an easy and consistent peeling process. It is great for all skin types and all different ethnicities.

 

The powerful ingredients TCA, Kojic Acid, Retinoic Acid, Salicylic Acid, Phenol, Vitamin C and anti-oxidant Glutathione make The Perfect Derma Peel the most advanced medical grade peel available. It is the only chemical peel with Glutathione, which brightens skin, slows aging process, and helps prevent wrinkles.

 

The unique blend of acids and antioxidants will:

 

 

The Perfect Derma Peel may be used to treat body areas such as chest, arms, hands, and back.

 

I have frequently had chemical peels due to hyperpigmentation issues, and of all the different types of peels I have had on my face this is by far the best to see and feel a noticeable difference with one treatment when applied to the face. I have experienced minimal irritation with application of the product to my face. If you would like to have clearer skin and a brighter complexion, schedule an appointment for a consultation to discuss what product may be right for your skin!

Author
Kristen Richardson, PA-C Pine Belt Dermatology Physician Assistant

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