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Available in Snellville, GA at Spoken Med Spa

1 Hr | Price Starting at..$350

At first glance, we would expect the skin on our faces to be the same as the skin on our bodies. But there are differences, and due to the differences, our bodies exhibit unique conditions. This may be why body peels are customized to the body parts of concern.

body chemical peel snellville ga
body chemical peel snellville ga
body chemical peel snellville ga

What Is A Body Chemical Peel ?

Medium chemical peel. This type of chemical peel removes skin cells from the epidermis and from portions of the upper part of your middle layer of skin (dermis). A medium chemical peel can treat wrinkles, acne scars and uneven skin tone. You might repeat a medium chemical peel after three to nine months to maintain results.

How Much Do You Charge for Body Chemical Peels?

Body Chemical Peel's costs vary and must be personalized to ensure that an appropriate treatment plan is developed to help you achieve your goals. In most cases, Chemical peel costs are affordable, due to the package deals.

  • Small Area: Elbows, Hands, Knees, Bikini Area                                                                 $300-350

  • Medium Area: Decollette, Upper Arms, Feet, Lower Back                                            $400-450

  • Large Area: Shoulders, Full Chest, Upper Front Half of Legs,

Abdomen, Back, Full Uppers Arms, Full Lower Back of Arms,

Back, Buttocks, Back of Lower Legs                                                                                      $450-550

If you’d like a more in-depth estimate of how much treatment would cost for your specific needs, call or text us at Spoken Med Spa to schedule a custom consultation with our Nurse Practitioner or one of our staff.

Is A Body Chemical Peel Right for Me?

Generally, Body Chemical Peels can be used on all skin types. However, if you have a darker skin tone, you have a greater risk of experiencing a darkening of your skin after treatment. This condition is called post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. If you have a naturally darker skin tone, you may want to get the advice of your dermatologist about other less aggressive treatments to reduce the risk of hyperpigmentation.

Chemical peeling may also not be recommended if you:

  • Have a history of abnormal skin scarring.

  • Have extra coloring in your scars.

  • Pregnancy & Lactation  

  • Have skin conditions or take medications that make your skin more sensitive.

  • Can't stay out of the sun for the healing period.

  • Allergies: Phenol

  • Disorders or Diseases: Immune disorders, liver conditions, active cancer treatments including, chemotherapy or radiation in the past 6 months.

  • Skin Condition: Inflamed skin, open wounds, active, cold sores, Accutane® use within past 6 months, keloids or history of keloids, hypertrophic scars, melanoma.

How is A Body Chemical Peel Given?

A Body Chemical Peel can be performed in a Medical Spa as an outpatient procedure. Your skin will be thoroughly cleansed with an agent that removes excess oils, while specific body parts will be protected. A chemical solution is then applied to the concerned area of skin. Chemical solutions typically used include glycolic acid, trichloroacetic acid, salicylic acid, lactic acid or carbolic acid (phenol). The different types of chemicals cause a controlled injury, each penetrating through to a different skin depth, then peeling away to reveal a new layer of skin. The different chemical solutions provide different results. The choice of chemical depends on your goal. 

What is Recovery Like After A Body Chemical Peel?

Recovery from this type of peel may take a week or more and require some downtime.

If you’ve had a body chemical peel:


  • Wear loose clothing to your treatment. Cotton-based is best.

  • For the first 4 hours after peeling, avoid applying any topical products and avoid washing the treated area(s).


  • Flaking/Peeling typically begins 5-7 days after the peel is applied. When this begins, remember the following:

  • Skin will feel tight or dry right before it peels.

  • Do not pick, pull, or roll the skin as this could lead to significant irritation and possible hyperpigmentation and scarring.

  • Peeling may look like light flaking, sheet peeling, or maybe barely visible to the naked eye.

  • Flaking/Peeling may last 3-7 days and varies from person to person. If any products in your Patient Aftercare Kit sting or irritate beyond your tolerance, stop and reach out to your practitioner.


  • Follow the instructions provided in the aftercare booklet and/or download the VI Peel App. Normal side effects include but are not limited to redness, mild stinging, dryness, and mild itching. During the 7-10 days post-peel:

  • Use the Retinoic Serum morning and night until flaking or peeling begins, then immediately discontinue use.

  • Use the Post Treatment Repair Cream anytime your skin feels dry or itchy.

  • Avoid hot water in the treated area. Lukewarm water is best.

  • When cleansing the area, use only your fingertips and avoid washcloths, loofahs, or anything abrasive. Cleanse the skin using a gentle cleanser with no fragrance or active ingredients (VI Derm Gentle Purifying Cleanser, Dove, Cetaphil, etc.).

  • Avoid direct sun exposure on treated areas.

  • Use SPF 50+ on treated areas when outdoors, including while driving.

  • Avoid sweat-inducing environments until peeling begins. This includes aerobic exercise, saunas, etc. Wear loose-fitting, cotton-based products in the treatment area

  • Shaving can be resumed after the peeling process is complete.

  • Waxing can be resumed 2 weeks after the peeling process is complete.

  • Exfoliating products can be resumed 1 week after the peeling process is complete.

  • Swimming/Pools can be resumed after the peeling process is complete.

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