Chemical Peels


Chemical peels (derma peeling, chemexfoliation) are minimally invasive skin rejuvenation treatments involving the use of chemical solutions to exfoliate and strip away the damaged, outermost layers of the skin, in order to reveal youthfully smooth, radiant skin. Chemical peels can be utilized to correct a wide variety of problematic skin conditions that negatively impact the appearance of the face, neck and hands, including:

  • Sun-damage
  • Age spots
  • Acne or injury-related scars
  • Wrinkles and fine lines
  • Freckles
  • Blemished, acne prone skin
  • Rough or scaly patches on the skin
  • Liver spots
  • Hyperpigmentation

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In order to safely enhance the condition of your skin, it is important to have your chemical peel performed by a skillful and experienced practitioner, such as Dr.  Jason A. Shapiro, Medical Director at Tribeca Medaesthetics. Dr. Shapiro makes it a priority to stay up to date with the latest developments in the field of non-surgical skin rejuvenation procedures, in order to offer his patients the most effective treatments, with minimal side effects and long-lasting results. From their state-of-the-art facilities in Miami Beach, Florida, Dr. Shapiro and his team of professional medical aestheticians have helped many patients revitalize and improve the appearance and condition of their skin with chemical peel treatments.


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Chemical peels involve the delicate application of carefully calibrated chemical solutions to the skin, and are offered in three general strengths:

  • Light Chemical Peel (superficial peel): the gentlest form of chemical peel, appropriate for all skin types and ideal for patients suffering from uneven skin pigmentation, acne, dryness, or fine lines. Light chemical peels subtly improve the condition of the skin through the use of glycolic acid, alphahydroxy acids and beta hydroxy acids to remove only the outermost layer (epidermis) of the skin, and to gently exfoliate the skin, leaving the skin looking refreshed and glowingly healthy. Because of the mild nature of the light chemical peel, patients can resume their normal activities immediately after their treatment, and can safely schedule this type of peel at weekly intervals, for up to six consecutive weeks.
  • Medium Chemical Peel: more intensive than the light peel, medium peels are best suited for patients seeking to correct deeper wrinkles, acne scars, and uneven skin tone. Medium chemical peels involve the use of TCA (trichloroacetic acid), often in conjunction with glycolic acid, to remove skin cells from not only the outermost layer of skin (epidermis), but also the upper part of the deeper skin layer (dermis). Patients may be given a pain reliever and/or oral sedative to minimize any discomfort during the 30-40 minute peel, and many patients choose to take 2-5 days off from work in order to allow their skin to heal to a point where makeup can be used to camouflage any residual peeling, redness, and discoloration.
  • Deep Chemical Peel: the most intensive form of peel, deep chemical peels offer dramatic results that can last upwards of 10 years. Deep peels use the powerful chemical phenol to treat issues affecting the innermost layers of the skin, such as: deep facial wrinkles, sun-damaged skin, scars, and pre-cancerous growths. For a deep chemical peel, patients are often given a local anesthetic and an oral or intravenous sedative to ameliorate any discomfort. Prior to a deep chemical peel, patients will be put on an 8-week pre-treatment regimen of prescription strength Retin-A, in order to prep the skin and accelerate the healing process. Skin regrowth after a deep peel takes approximately 1-2 weeks, and many patients take this period of time off from work to allow their skin to properly heal.

After conducting a thorough assessment of your current skin condition and treatment goals, Dr. Shapiro will recommend the appropriate chemical peel strength and formulation to safely and effectively fulfill your aesthetic objectives.


At Tribeca Medaesthetics, we make it a priority to keep abreast of the latest technological advances in the field of skin rejuvenation treatments, and our skillful physicians employ these cutting edge techniques to ensure safe procedures and beautifully natural-looking results.  We understand how valuable your time is, and will take care to ensure that your chemical peel treatment fits seamlessly into your schedule and leaves you with a more youthful, refreshed, and rejuvenated appearance.

Dr. Shapiro and the Tribeca Medaesthetics staff believe that having well-informed patients is vital to the success of every aesthetic enhancement procedure, and will take the time to thoroughly review all of your chemical peel options and procedural details. If you would like to learn more about non-surgical skin rejuvenation, or if you have additional questions about chemical peel treatments at Tribeca Medaesthetics, please contact our office today. We look forward to speaking with you, and to scheduling your initial consultation with Dr. Shapiro.

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