Chemical peels use a chemical solution to remove the top layers of damaged skin. The new cells form tighter, younger looking skin. Peels can be used to help restore wrinkled, sun damaged or blemished skin. Due to the range of chemicals used, a free consultation with our esthetician is suggested for selecting the optimal peel.
- Illuminize peel
- Vitalize Peel
- Rejuvenize Peel
A gentle peel that provides brightening, tightening and glow that you desire if you have an upcoming event or just want to reveal more youthful skin. It is suitable for all skin types and improves clarity, color and skin texture. This peel is also great for the first-time chemical peel patient or if you are looking for a gentle superficial peel.
The most popular peel, it produces predictable and noticeable results after just one peel. It is suitable for all skin types and especially helpful for patients with mild to moderate skin conditions including sun damage, fine lines and wrinkles, acne, acne scarring and melasma.
This is a deeper peel which penetrates into the skin to produce significant results with minimal irritation. This choice is best for patients with moderate to severe skin conditions including sun damage, lines and wrinkles, acne, acne scarring and melasma. It is suitable for all skin types.
Before your peel
Avoid using depilatory creams, electrolysis, waxing, and laser hair reduction treatments 1 week before your appointment.
72 hours pre-treatment
- Discontinue use of retinoids, benzoyl peroxide, alpha or beta hydroxy acids, or other potential irritating ingredients.
- In order to prevent an unanticipated deepening of your peel, please inform your esthetician if you have used one of the above products or any other topical medication or product.
- Due to multiple variables, you may not peel; light flaking is common in localized areas for several days. Your skin may feel warm, tight and “pulled” for several days.
- Your skin may experience residual redness for 2-3 days. Avoid strenuous exercise during this time.
- Avoid direct sun exposure for 21 days following your procedure. Avoid self-tanning products for one week after your peel procedure.
- Exposure to sunlight following a chemical peel could result in skin discoloration. Application of a SPF 30 or higher is highly recommended during and after the peeling process.
- Do not pick, pull or remove any loose or exfoliating skin. This could result in permanent scarring or hyper-pigmentation.
- Avoid use of retinoids, benzoyl peroxide, alpha or beta hydroxy acids, or other potential irritating ingredients.
- Cleanse the skin with a gentle soap free, non-acid, non-exfoliating cleanser.
- Apply moisturizer as often as needed to relieve dryness and tightness.
- Avoid any facial treatments one week after your peel.