Chemical Peels

Shed the old you, and reveal your healthier, younger looking skin.

What is a Chemical Peel?

Chemical peels are performed on clients to treat fine lines, hyperpigmentation, melasma, photodamage, active acne and mild acne scars.

The “Peel” Process

The process involves applying a small amount of a chemical solution (such as glycolic acid) to the skin for a specified amount of time. This causes the damaged top layers of dead skin to shed (peel away visibly or microscopically) revealing healthier, younger looking skin. The dermal layer of the skin is stimulated through this process to produce collagen production.

To see which chemical peel is right for you, and how many treatments you’ll need to achieve your desired result, schedule a consultation with NicholsMD of Greenwich today. Individual results may vary. Any specific claims or permanence length of results vary for each patient and are not guaranteed. Each treatment plan is designed for a patient’s needs, so depending on the area being treated and the condition of the skin each patient will see different results.

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Before Series of TCA Smart Peels


After Series of TCA Smart Peels

Before TCA Smart Peel

After TCA Smart Peel


Before a series of 3 Pigment Balancing Peels.


After series of 3 Pigment Balancing Peels done every 4 weeks.
Series of 6 peels recommended for hyperpigmentation and melasma. Minimal downtime.

Popular Chemical Peels by NicholsMD

Pore-Refining Peel

Combat acne and oily skin with our 20% salicylic peel. This treatment will help kill acne-causing bacteria, all while revealing a brightened, more even skin tone.

Advanced Corrective Peel

A powerful blend of acids in this peel work together to help smooth fine lines, texture and refine the appearance of pores, while diminishing discoloration.

Gel Peel

Mild yet effective, this light acid peel combines several acids that work to hydrate, retexture and brighten skin.

Pigment Balancing Peel

This peel helps to target the appearance of uneven skin tone and improve pigment-related issues such as photodamage and acne scarring.

Skilled treatments. Real results.