It sounds a bit intense, but chemical peels are a great option to help heal and revitalize your skin.

Designed to remove blemishes, scarring, and more, facial chemical peels are available at Hestia Medical Spa in Santa Clarita today.

Registered nurse and military veteran Angie Leonard opened Hestia Medical Spa in 2020 with a vision of safe, effective, medical-grade beauty and health treatments for her community here in Santa Clarita. Employing registered nurses (RN’s) and physician’s assistants (PA’s), Hestia Medical Spa values your safety and experience when receiving treatments.

Hestia Medical Spa has a relaxing atmosphere, welcoming staff, and effective treatments that leave you feeling rejuvenated and beautiful.

Not just for women, facials and chemical peels are suitable for men as well.

Confidence doesn’t have an assigned gender when it comes to skin care.

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“Chemical Peels can improve the skin’s appearance removing blemishes, dark spots, acne, and more. Once completed the new skin will possibly be smoother, have less visible spotting, less wrinkles, and more,” states Hestia Medical Spa’s website.

Some studies and estheticians conclude that among the benefits of a facial chemical peel is lessening of scars. Whether they are acne scars, smoking damage, or injury scars, it has been suggested that chemical peels can improve the appearance of those as well.

How do chemical peels work?

Chemical peels are a kind of exfoliant. The design of exfoliants is to encourage new skin to grow by removing dead skin cells from the face and body.

A chemical peel expedites this process by using a chemical solution applied to the face that will cause the top layers of the skin to peel back over the course of a few days, leaving new, strengthened and beautiful skin.

The main objective at Hestia Medical Spa is to help people gain confidence so they can live their lives freely and fully.

To find out more or research Hestia Medical Spa’s procedures and treatments, click here.

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