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What Is The Chemical
Peel Treatment?

The chemical peel treatment is an aesthetic and skin resurfacing procedure often used to improve the skin’s overall appearance. The treatment removes the skin’s damaged layers, resulting in glowing and rejuvenated skin. The chemical peel treatment works best for:
Acne Scars
Fine Lines & Wrinkles
Stretch Marks
Skin Discoloration

Metamorphosis offers the best chemical peel treatments for multiple dermatic conditions that involve using safe acid solutions for removing the scarred outer skin layers. Various combinations of chemical peels like Glycolic acid and TCA (Trichloroacetic acid) are applied depending upon the severity of the skin condition. Our chemical peel treatments are carried out by experienced and certified dermatologists who prepare a customized chemical peel plan that perfectly matches your skin type, goals, and requirements.

During your chemical peel consultation, you are welcome to discuss your treatment goals with us. Our skilled doctor will customise a treatment protocol for you and further examine any underlying medical conditions, drug allergies and treatments, current medications, vitamins, herbal supplements usage, previous cosmetic treatments, etc.

Your treating doctor will then: Examine your face.
Take photographs and discuss likely outcomes of chemical peels and any risks or potential complications.

There are many misconceptions about chemical peels, so we ensure to make our patients understand our vision for chemical peel treatments and how they will be beneficial for them. We are always transparent about the peel products we will use.

Firstly, we will clean the face with a cleanser, removing oil and sebaceous secretions from your skin, and apply Vaseline on the sensitive areas like the corner of the eyes, lips and nose for protection.

Using a soft face brush, the doctor will apply an even coat of the solution to the skin, starting from the less sensitive areas, forehead, chin and cheeks.

The applied solution will be left on your skin for some time, and then we will remove the peel and neutralize the skin using the neutralizing solution.

Benefits and Results
Improves the skin color, tone and texture Improves skin hydration by reducing water loss
Reduces the signs of Sun Damage Peels Away all skin imperfections and superficial scars
Clears the skin and prevents pimples Removes the dead skin layer (stratum carenum), allowing deeper penetration of products.
Removes Tan lines Stimulates Collagen resulting in glowing and healthy skin

Improves the skin colour, tone and texture
Reduces the signs of Sun Damage
Clears the skin and prevents pimples
Removes Tan lines
Improves skin hydration by reducing transepidermal water loss
Peels Away all skin imperfections and superficial scars
Removes the dead skin layer (stratum corneum), allowing deeper penetration of products.
Stimulates Collagen resulting in glowing and healthy skin

Results: The results can be noticed from the first session. An average of 6 sessions are required for effective results.

Treatment Procedure

Facial Cleansing with alcohol swab

Application of peel

Cleaning of peel, icing the area

Sunscreen Application

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Synopsis of treatment

Procedure time-15-30 minutes


A course of 6 peels to see best results

Male or female - Both

Full recovery - Superficial peels-immediate; medium depth peels-3-4 days; deep peel-7-10 days

Risks & complications - Redness, skin irritation, soreness, scarring.

Back to work-immediate

Results - Visible after first peel

Suitable for - all skin types



Treatment FAQ’s

What Is Chemical Peel?

It is a cosmetic procedure that uses non-toxic, chemical solutions to improve skin conditions. It removes the dead skin cell layer and energizes cell renewal leading to a fresher and brighter skin texture.

Am I A Candidate For A Chemical Peel Procedure?
Chemical peels are very safe procedures with fairly predictable outcomes. They are suitable for any skin type from Type 1-Type VI. However, it is always best to seek a proper consultation and choose a procedure that is likely to work best for the current condition of your skin and health history.
Who Should Not Take Chemical Peel Treatment?

You should not seek chemical peel treatment if you have a very dark skin tone, are pregnant, suffer from cold sores, sagging skin, severe wrinkles, or are allergic to aspirin, salicylates, and have dormant eczema, or are using Retin-A or Accutane.

What Should I Expect From The Chemical Peel Consultation From Metamorphosis?

A personal consultation is the first step for everyone considering a chemical peel treatment. During this consultation, our skin specialist will evaluate your skin type; discuss your specific cosmetic goals, and assess the health of your skin. This would include checking the severity of any sun damage, uneven pigmentation, and surface imperfections. For first-timers, we would be doing a patch test behind your ear or neck to check for any sensitivity.

Why Do People Say It's Important To Start Chemical Peel Soon?

Our skin naturally sheds dead skin cells every four weeks and replaces them with new healthier cells. However, as we age, this cell turnover slows down considerably. A chemical peel encourages skin cell turnover.

What Happens During A Peel Procedure?

The procedure involves applying a solution to the desired area; this solution exfoliates the skin and speeds up natural skin renewal.

Depth Of Chemical Peels?
  • Superficial peels work only on the topmost skin layer and do not damage the skin below the epidermis. It is used to enhance the appearance of rough skin, brighten the face and treat mild discolorations. The skin may appear slightly red post-treatment. These are ideal for first-timers. Examples of these peels include low-grade glycolic peels, salicylic peels, and lactic and kojic peels.


  • Medium-depth peels-they usually reach the first layer of the dermis. This peel helps to remove damaged skin cells. It works on age spots, freckles, and moderate skin discoloration. The skin may appear red and swollen for 2-3 days, and flaking of the skin usually occurs. Examples include higher-strength glycolic peels, yellow peels, and TCA peels.


  • Deep peels- These peels penetrate the skin’s middle layer and are used to treat moderate wrinkles, fine lines, and scars. They come with downtime and include swelling, visible peeling, and crusting. Examples include phenol peel.
How Long Does A Chemical Peel Take?

It usually takes only about a few minutes, and it will also depend upon the response given by your face.

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