How Long After A Chemical Peel Can I Get Fillers?

How Long After A Chemical Peel Can I Get Fillers?

Chemical peels can be performed at a doctor’s office or clinic. A practitioner will clean the area to be treated before applying a chemical solution with brushes, cotton balls or sponges; for deeper chemical peels sedative medication may also be administered to ensure safe administration of treatment.

Before getting a chemical peel, consult with your dermatologist and follow his/her instructions carefully.


Chemical peels enhance a patient’s appearance by exfoliating away damaged skin cells to reveal fresher-looking skin. The procedure stimulates collagen production while improving texture, fine lines, pigmentation and pigmentation issues. More patients are opting to combine chemical peel treatments with dermal fillers to achieve maximum effectiveness in treating their complexion.

After receiving a chemical peel, your skin may be very vulnerable. Therefore, any forms of sunbathing, waxing, laser treatments and depilatory creams should be avoided to avoid further irritating effects on your complexion.

Chemical Peel Can I Get Fillers
Chemical Peel Can I Get Fillers

Avoid strenuous exercise as sweat contains salts and toxins which could become trapped under freshly peeled skin, leading to irritation and hyperpigmentation. Apply thick moisturizer to control any flaking that might appear; Retin-A, Differin and Tazorac products with acids should also be discontinued two days before your peel appointment; pick at peeling skin as this can lead to dry, flaking patches which lead to hyperpigmentation of the new layer of skin that has emerged from underneath it.

Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic acid (HA) is an naturally-occurring compound in your skin that decreases with age and environmental factors, creating less youthful and healthier-looking skin over time. Hyaluronic acid injections may restore its levels to create more youthful and healthier-looking skin.

Chemical peels remove the outermost layer of skin to reveal newer and fresher layers beneath. They can help address many cosmetic concerns such as fine lines and wrinkles, sagging skin, uneven pigmentation, dullness, rough texture and sun damage.

Before going under for a peel, it’s essential that you follow your doctor’s pre- procedural care instructions for pre-procedural care. This means avoiding certain medications like aspirin and ibuprofen as well as sun exposure limits. Intense exercise or sweating should also be avoided as salts from sweat can get trapped beneath peeling skin causing irritation, redness or scarring. Until all shedding has stopped (this could take up to one week depending on which type of peel) then makeup should also be put aside until shedding has stopped; otherwise makeup should also not be worn.


Juvederm is a dermal filler made of hyaluronic acid to reduce signs of aging, soften lines and wrinkles and soften skin tone. This safe treatment lasts up to one year with optimal results.

Fillers such as Radiesse(r) are used to correct fine lines and wrinkles in the skin. Injections of this filler may soften lines around the mouth while giving volume- deprived areas of your face additional support.

Your chosen Juvederm treatment depends on your goals and needs; your practitioner will discuss this with you and devise an individualized treatment plan accordingly.

After receiving a chemical peel, it is essential that you avoid vigorous facial scrubs or harsh cleansing products as these could damage the delicate new layers of your skin and require longer for it to heal. Instead, keeping it clean and moisturized is key in helping it return back to normal quickly; redness could last several days; while peeling processes also take several days.


With the wide array of cosmetic treatments on offer today, clients are seeking solutions that deliver amazing results while being versatile enough for use alongside other procedures. Restylane is an injectable filler made up of hyaluronic acid that works similarly to Botox to relax muscles that cause wrinkles, fine lines and scars.

Chemical peels can help revive and refresh skin in many parts of the body, including neck, chest/decolletage, arms, back and legs. Medium to deep peels require keeping skin very clean after being treated as treatment continues sub-dermally for some time after the peel. Wearing makeup during this period could cause irritation or delay successful results of chemical peels.

Before the procedure begins, skin is prepared using a medical degreaser and then treated with a peel. Once removed, patients should use a moisturizing cream. Active cold sores, warts or lesions should not receive a peel; those who have had prior experiences of herpes should premedicate with Valtrex prior to any type of peel treatment.

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