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Cost for Chemical Peels

The cost of a chemical peel can vary depending on a number of factors, including the type of peel being used, the practitioner performing the treatment, and the location of the practice.

Superficial peels, such as glycolic acid peels, can cost anywhere from $75 to $150 per treatment. Medium-depth peels, such as trichloroacetic acid (TCA) peels, can cost anywhere from $150 to $800 per treatment. Deep peels, such as phenol peels, can cost anywhere from $1,000 to $3,000 per treatment.

The type of peel used will determine the cost. Superficial peels are the least expensive, while deep peels are the most expensive. The strength of the peel solution and the number of layers applied will also impact the cost.

The practitioner performing the treatment can also affect the cost. A licensed dermatologist or plastic surgeon will typically charge more for a chemical peel than a licensed esthetician or nurse practitioner.

The location of the practice can also play a role in the cost of a chemical peel. Chemical peels tend to be more expensive in large cities and urban areas than in smaller towns or rural areas.

These prices are rough estimates and may vary widely depending on the specific treatment and location. Chemical peels can be associated with some risks and side effects.