The Glytone Difference

Solutions for Aging, Hyperpigmented, Acne-Prone and Redness-Prone Skin. Stronger efficacy and less downtime tolerability: deliver optimal outcomes with less surface trauma.

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Why Get a Chemical Peel?

Chemical peels help remove damaged skin cells, allowing healthy skin to take its place to reveal brighter, smoother and renewed skin. Glytone Peels can help target a variety of unique skin concerns, like acne, signs of aging, hyperpigmentation and photodamage, as well as target specific concerns on the face, hands, back & chest, eyes and neck. Each non-invasive procedure helps support collagen production and resurface skin to maintain optimal skin health.

After a Glytone Chemical Peel

  • The day after the procedure, skin may feel tight
  • 3 to 14 days out, flaking and peeling may occur, although not required to achieve optimal results
  • All peel procedures may cause sensitivity to heat and sun for several days
  • Follow post-peel care routines for optimal results

Post-Procedure Care

  • Avoid sun exposure by wearing protective clothing and sunscreen
  • Do not rub, scratch or pull on the areas that were treated
  • Avoid using products with retinoids, AHAs or BHAs until skin has completely healed
  • Do not use scrubs or abrasive cleansers
  • Wait a minimum of 2 hours before contact with water

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