Chemical peels/ “skin resurfacing”/microneedling

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What are the benefits of chemical peels, skin resurfacing, and microneedling?

Chemical peels, skin resurfacing, and microneedling offer several benefits, including improved skin texture and tone, reduction of fine lines and wrinkles, diminished acne scars, lightened hyperpigmentation and sunspots, and overall skin rejuvenation. These treatments can be customized to address specific concerns and are suitable for various skin types and tones.

How many sessions are typically needed for optimal results with chemical peels, skin resurfacing, or microneedling?

The number of sessions needed for optimal results varies depending on the individual's skin condition, the specific treatment chosen, and the desired outcome. Generally, a series of treatments is recommended to achieve the best results. For chemical peels, multiple sessions may be performed at intervals of a few weeks. Microneedling often requires three to six sessions spaced several weeks apart. Your skincare professional can provide a personalized treatment plan based on your needs.

What is the difference between chemical peels, "skin resurfacing" and microneedling?

Chemical peels, skin resurfacing, and microneedling are all procedures that aim to improve the texture, tone, and overall appearance of the skin, but they differ in their mechanisms and techniques. Here's a breakdown of the key differences:

Chemical Peels:

Chemical peels involve the application of a chemical solution to the skin to exfoliate and remove the outer layers. The chemical solution used in the peel varies in strength and depth, with superficial, medium, and deep peels being available. The chemical solution causes controlled damage to the skin, prompting the shedding of dead skin cells and stimulating the production of new, healthier skin cells. Chemical peels can address various skin concerns, such as wrinkles, acne scars, hyperpigmentation, and uneven texture. The strength and depth of the peel determine the downtime and recovery period, with superficial peels having minimal downtime and deep peels requiring more recovery time.

Skin Resurfacing:

Skin resurfacing is a broader term that encompasses various procedures or treatments aimed at improving the texture and appearance of the skin. It involves removing the damaged outer layers of the skin, stimulating collagen production, and promoting the growth of new, healthier skin cells. Skin resurfacing techniques can include chemical peels, laser resurfacing, microdermabrasion, and other similar procedures. The specific technique used will depend on the individual's needs, desired outcomes, and the healthcare professional's recommendation.


Microneedling, also known as collagen induction therapy, is a minimally invasive procedure that uses a device with tiny, sterile needles to create controlled micro-injuries in the skin. The purpose of microneedling is to stimulate the skin's natural healing process and collagen production. The micro-injuries trigger the production of new collagen and elastin fibers, leading to skin rejuvenation and improvement in texture, scars, wrinkles, and fine lines. Microneedling can be performed using a handheld derma roller or a pen-like microneedling device. It is generally suitable for various skin types and has minimal downtime, with mild redness and swelling that subside within a few days.