Chemical Peels

Chemical-PeelChemical Peel using Lactic Acid – A two-step clinical procedure combining dermaplaning (physical exfoliation) and chemical exfoliation to reduce signs of photoaging including fine lines, wrinkles, dullness, and visible skin imperfections. This mild clinical-grade peel gently exfoliates and decongests pores while hydrating skin. Used as an optimal starter peel, is suitable for all skin types, especially sensitive. This peel improves skin texture and radiance, supports healthy collagen levels for firmer skin, revitalizes sensitive skin while decongesting pores and reduces signs of photoaging.

Chemical Peel using Glycolic Acid – A two-step clinical procedure combining dermaplaning (physical exfoliation) and chemical exfoliation to reduce signs of photoaging including fine lines, wrinkles, dullness, and visible skin imperfections. This glycolic solution accelerates cell renewal to reduce signs of photodamage and aids in the improvement of rough texture, blotchiness, and uneven skin tone. This peel improves skin texture and radiance, helps reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and supports healthy collagen levels for firmer skin.

Chemical Peel using Salicylic Acid – This procedure is a unique two-step treatment of dermaplaning (physical exfoliation) and chemical exfoliation designed to reduce acne, keep problematic skin clear of breakouts, and help correct enviormental skin damage. Salicylic acid helps refine pores and reduce the apperance of acne. This treatment reduces acne blemishes and helps prevent future breakouts, dissolves sebum and cellular debris in pores, encourages cell renewal, improves the appearance of skin discolorations, and improves collagen synthesis and remodels existing collagen and elastin.