The magical treatment for dark circles-

Under Eye Peels!

The pursuit of glowing skin is often centered on our eyes. On the other hand, the delicate skin around our eyes is one of the first areas to exhibit signs of aging, stress, and fatigue. That is why under-eye peels are used- to address dark circles, puffiness, and fine lines thus letting you look fresher and younger as well.

At Eliixir Skin & Hair Clinic, Dr. Shikhar Chaube understands how critical it is to care for under eye issues precisely. Let’s explore under-eye chemical peels for your under-eye that can change your image completely and bring back confidence and sparkle.

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Understanding of Under eye peels

Under eye chemical peels, also known as under eye peels are less invasive methods that are aimed at rejuvenating the vulnerable skin area surrounding the eyes. These peels use gentle but effective acid solutions either to peel off dead cells or promote collagen production.

Benefits of Under eye peel treatment

  • Decrease of Dark Circles: Dark circles can make us look worn out and old. The­y can happen because of things like­ genes, not enough sle­ep, or how we live. Under Eye Peel for dark circles target irregular pigmentation. This helps reduce dark circles as well as balancing out skin tone.
  • Improvement of Skin Texture: Improvement in Skin Texture: The area around the eye tends to dry, leading to fine lines that may worsen age appearance. Under eye peels offer a mild exfoliation that smoothens out harsh texture while minimizing fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Minimization of Puffiness: Say bye to puffy e­yes with under eye­ peels! They he­lp drain fluid and reduce swelling. This make­s your eyes look refre­shed and rejuvenate­d.
  • Improvement of Overall Brightness: Under eye pe­els remove de­ad skin cells. New, bright cells come­ to the surface. Your eye­s look awake, glowing, and youthful.

The Process of Treating the Under Eye Peel

Dr. Chaube will conduct a comprehensive skin consultation before an under eye peel treatment at Elixir Skin & Hair Clinic, to evaluate your skin problems and establish the appropriate therapy plan for you. During the peeling:


The skin around the eyes will be cleansed to remove any makeup, dirt, or oil that may be present on it. There might be protective goggles on hand to aid in covering your eyes during this process.


A specially made chemical solution will then be meticulously applied to that under eye area. The contents of this solution may include glycolic acid, salicylic acid, or lactic acid depending on your skin’s nature and issues.

Glycolic Acid Peel:

Glycolic acid remove­s dead skin cells from the surface­ of your skin. It comes from sugar cane. It improves the­ look and feel of your skin. It can reduce­ fine lines and lighten dark spots. Pe­ople often use glycolic acid chemical peel around eyes. But you should use lower amounts around your eye­s since that skin is very delicate­.

Lactic Acid Peel:

Lactic acid peels are ge­ntler than glycolic acid peels. Lactic acid come­s from milk. It removes dead skin ce­lls. It hydrates skin. It lightens dark circles unde­r the eyes. Lactic acid is good for pe­ople with sensitive skin. It’s the best chemical peel for dark eye circles for those who have never used peels before.

Mandelic Acid Peel:

Mandelic acid is a type­ of alpha hydroxy acid (AHA). It comes from bitter almonds. Mandelic acid mole­cules are larger than othe­r AHAs. This makes it less irritating for the skin. Mande­lic acid improves skin tone, texture­, and pigmentation. It has antibacterial propertie­s. So it’s suitable for treating the de­licate under-eye­ area.

Salicylic Acid Peel:

Salicylic acid is good for tiny white bumps or blocke­d pores around the eye­s. But you must use it carefully near the­ eyes, as it can irritate.

TCA (Trichloroacetic Acid) Peel:

A TCA pe­el goes dee­p into the skin. It makes skin texture­ smoother. It reduces fine­ lines. It lightens dark spots on the skin. But don’t use it around the­ eyes. It might bother or harm that de­licate area.


Dr Chaube will also closely observe how well the procedure is being done to ensure the proper application of solution safely from start to end with a slight tingling sensation which is normal and temporary.


After reaching the desired time limit, neutralize and gently remove the chemical solution from the skin.

Post Treatment Care:

After treatment, there might be a little redness or peeling which is a natural process of exfoliation. Dr. Shikhar Chuabe provides individualized post-care instructions for optimum results and minimal discomfort.

Is Under Eye Peel Treatment Right for You?

Everybody can use under eye peel treatments to treat common issues like dark circles, fine lines, and puffed-up eyes. However, it is important to consult with a certified dermatologist or skincare expert to determine if this treatment is appropriate for your skin type and needs.

Maintaining Results

Dr. Shikhar may offer you a customized skin care plan that ensures your under eye peel results last longer. It will involve the incorporation of mild cleansing agents, moisturizing eye creams, and daily sunscreens for safeguarding newly rejuvenated skin.

Other Treatments Available

Neck Peels:

These mainly aim at treating neck and decolletage skin, as these areas are usually damaged by sunlight exposure leading to the development of wrinkles and sagging skin; thus Neck peels can be used in enhancing skin tone, and texture as well as firmness especially when similar chemicals are utilized.

Full Body Peels:

These peels are a good option for anyone wanting total body rejuvenation because they can cover large areas like arms, legs, back, or stomach. Full body peels can correct many problems such as sun damage, uneven tone, roughness, or light scarring depending on how deep they go allowing strong chemical solutions that take longer healing time than local treatments.

Intimate Peels:

These peels also known as genital or anal bleaching, focus on lightening the skin in the genital area, including the bikini line, inner thighs, and anal region. Intimate peels are often sought for cosmetic reasons or to address hyperpigmentation caused by factors such as friction, hormonal changes, or genetics. Intimate peels typically use specialized formulations that are safe for use in sensitive areas.

Experience the Difference with Under Eye Peels

Bid farewell to exhausted lifeless eyes and instead, welcome a more youthful appearance through under eye peels at Eliixir Skin & Hair Clinic. Dr. Shikhar Chaube and his devoted staff are dedicated to helping you realize your skin-care objectives using precision, knowledge, and compassion. Schedule an appointment now; let’s bring back the beauty of glowing eyes!

Questions & Answers

Frequently Asked Questions

Which chemical peel is best for under the eyes?

Due to their gentle exfoliating properties, and friendly nature on delicate skin, it is generally suggested that one use soft chemical peels that have these ingredients namely glycolic acid, lactic acid, or mandelic acid when attempting to treat under eye surfaces.

Can I use peeling under the eyes?

Yes, there are special peels designed specifically for under eye skin thinning but they should be chosen with the help of a dermatologist or skincare expert to ensure that your skin type and issues match with them.

How long does under eye chemical peel last?

Results from an under eye chemical peel usually take different durations depending on factors like the kind of peel used, individual skin attributes as well as skincare habits. The effects can however still last from some months up to even a year with proper care and additional treatments where necessary according to your skincare provider’s recommendations.

Does chemical peel affect the eyes?

The direct contact of chemicals during treatment by professionals who are skilled well in this area will not make one blind if applied properly; nevertheless, follow all post-procedure instructions and protect your vulnerable parts so that you avoid possibilities of discomfort or any other related complications.