How Much Does A Chemical Peel Cost?

Chemical peels are one of the most popular skin rejuvenating treatments and for a good reason. If you need to give your skin a boost and get rid of fine lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, acne scars, and dull skin, a chemical peel like our Melanx, is the way to go. However, not all chemical peels are created equally, and many patients want to know the average chemical peel cost before deciding on the proper treatment for them. Chemical peel costs are determined based on the chemical peel solution used, the treatment area, and how many sessions you’ll need to obtain your desired results.

What Are The Benefits of Chemical Peels?

Chemical peels are minimally invasive skin refreshing treatments that can tackle a wide variety of different skin concerns. The acids used in a chemical peel (different ones are used for specific skin purposes) create a safe and controlled injury that exfoliates away the uppermost layers of skin, allowing fresh, new skin to emerge. 

A customized chemical peel can benefit the skin in more ways than one. Some of the more significant advantages of chemical peels include:

  • Fresh, glowy skin
  • Healthier skin 
  • Diminished fine lines and wrinkles
  • Improved skin tone and texture
  • Lightening of discoloration and age spots
  • Smaller pores
  • Less skin roughness
  • Less visible skin imperfections

Chemical Peel Costs

Numerous exfoliating acids and other ingredients can be used in a chemical peel, influencing the overall chemical peel cost. Lighter peels generally cost less than more invasive ones. For example, light chemical peels can average around $100 to $175, while medium peels cost more. A consultation with a team member is recommended to determine the chemical peel cost for your chosen treatment accurately. However, unlike other skin treatments, chemical peel costs are not covered by insurance and are always out-of-pocket since it’s an elective treatment.

Level II Chemical Peel Cost

If discolored skin, hyperpigmentation, dark spots, lingering acne scars, or uneven skin tone are problems you currently face, then the MelanX can help improve your complexion. The at-home peel works well for helping with discoloration on the face. It also softens fine lines and wrinkles, improves skin texture, tone, acne, and acne scars, and decreases the appearance of sun damage.

Our level II MelanX chemical peel costs $950. The at-home kit is the most advanced chemical peel and skin-lightening system on the market, designed to penetrate deep into the skin to lift and lighten unwanted dark marks, hyperpigmentation, sun damage, melasma, and uneven skin tone.

Light Chemical Peel Cost

Light chemical peels cost far less than stronger, more invasive options. Despite the more affordable price, the Level I chemical peel is a gentle yet powerful medical-grade peel that can improve body acne and acne scarring, fine lines and wrinkles, age and sunspots, hyperpigmentation, oil balancing, and overall skin health.

Chemical Peel Price Factors

With so many different types, brands, and formulations of chemical peels on the market, the price of a chemical peel can vary significantly. The main variables that dictate how much a chemical peel cost include:

  • The type of peel used and its intensity
  • The size of the treatment area
  • The expertise of the provider
  • Any other add-on treatments coupled with the chemical peel, like facials, dermaplaning, microdermabrasion, and LED light therapy.

Chemical peels provide the best results when done as a series, which can also cause the overall cost to increase. Purchasing chemical peels as a package rather than paying for them individually can also help circumvent high chemical peel costs.

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