Chemical peels are one of the most popular cosmetic skincare procedures available to clients today. Underneath your skin is a clear, smooth complexion waiting to be revealed. With age, fine lines, wrinkles, uneven skin tone and texture can appear, leaving our skin looking older and duller than we would like. Chemical peels dissolve the outer layers of skin revealing a radiant new complexion underneath and resolving many skincare issues.
Brightening Peel - $100
This peel is formulated for all clients. This solution will diminish hyperpigmentation, even out skin tone, improve surface texture and diminish fine lines and wrinkles, leaving you with brighter looking skin.
Acne Peel - $100
This gentle yet effective skin peel can penetrate the outer layer of the skin to dramatically reduce the appearance of acne and acne scars. It also works to fade hyper-pigmentation, and removes dead skin cells and congestion. This particular blend of acids act as an anti-inflammatory, removes excess sebum and attacks bacteria within the pores. It also helps to significantly diminish fine lines, laxity and dullness.
Anti-Aging Peel - $125
Specially formulated to treat maturing skin, and is also appropriate for many other skin types, conditions, and sensitivities. This solution helps improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles while promoting an even skin tone and clear complexion.
Advanced Enzyme Treatment - $85
This skin powerful treatment will brighten skin, improve texture, reduce discoloration, increase cell turnover, prevent and improve signs of aging and
deliver gentle skin-smoothing benefiting.
Body Smoothing Peel (Décolleté, Full Arms, Half Back) - $125-$150
The combination of Alpha and Beta Hydroxy Acid with some other nourishing and softening ingredients, improves the appearance and texture of the skin surface. This treatment is an excellent choice for promoting an even skin tone and clear complexion on the body surfaces that are more prone to UV damage. It targets hyper pigmentation, Skin laxity and wrinkles all at the same time.
Peel Contraindications Include:
Allergy to salicylates (i.e. aspirin)
Open wounds, excessively sensitive skin, or inflammatory rosacea
Herpes Simplex (cold sores or fever blisters). An anti-viral medication may be necessary prior to treatment
Chemotherapy or radiation treatment
Autoimmune disease (such as rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, lupus, multiple sclerosis, etc.) or any condition that may weaken the immune system
Lengthy sun exposure or tanning 3 days prior or 3 days post treatment
Accutane use within 1 year
Use of depilatories, electrolysis, or waxing of the treated area in the past 7 days
Ablative treatments within the past 6 months
Patients who have had Botox injections should wait until the full effect of their treatment is seen before receiving a chemical peel