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Chemical Peels

Chemical PeelsChemical peels are used to help improve the appearance of your skin for many different reasons. When done in a series, chemical peels can be effective in treating pigment, acne scarring, anti-aging concerns and help to maintain an overall bright, healthy glow to your skin. During a chemical peel, a solution is applied to the skin which may cause the skin to exfoliate and peel. Having various types of chemical peels available which cause different degrees of peeling, allows us to customize treatment plans that meet the individual need for everyone’s different and unique skincare concerns.

Chemical peels are effective for treating skin conditions including:

  • Age spots
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Shallow acne scars
  • Sun-damaged skin
  • Pigment concerns

Glycolic Peel - $80

A popular choice for both men and women looking to correct minor skin imperfections such as wrinkles, uneven pigmentation, skin tone, and acne. Choose from a wide range of superficial to more corrective medical grade peels to revitalize your skin and help reduce the visible signs of aging.

Companion Treatment with any facial - $30

A popular choice for both men and women looking to correct minor skin imperfections such as wrinkles, uneven pigmentation, skin tone, and acne. Choose from a wide range of superficial to more corrective medical grade peels to revitalize your skin and help reduce the visible signs of aging.

Dermapeel - $125

A great exfoliating treatment that combines dermal planing with a light chemical peel.

Power Peel - $175

This service combines our advanced microdermabrasion and chemical peel which provides a deep exfoliation that leaves your skin feeling renewed.

VI Peel - $200 and up

A powerful medical-grade peel that softens fine lines and wrinkles, restores a more even skin tone, and softens the rough texture of the skin. This peel also addresses acne and scarring. Suitable for all skin types.


What should I do before a chemical peel?

Stop all topical treatments three days prior to your appointment – this includes prescriptions, topical medications, such as Differin, Tazorac, bleaching creams and retinols.

Your skin might be sensitive after your chemical peel.

You should avoid waxing and exfoliating for one week prior to your chemical peel.

What happens during a chemical peel?

At the time of your appointment, your skin will be cleansed. Depending on the type of peel you are having, you may experience some mild stinging or burning. Your skin may appear slightly pink and it is possible to see white frost on the skin. This will dissipate over the next few hours. If you had a stronger peel, the pinkness may persist for a few days. Prior to leaving the office a sunscreen may be applied to your face.

How should I take care of my skin after my chemical peel?

Gently wash your face with a mild soap and use a gentle moisturizer both morning and night for the first 3 days after your peel. Once your skin begins to peel, avoid picking at the flaking skin (this can cause hyperpigmentation). Your skin may be sensitive after your chemical peel. Avoid sun exposure for the first week and it is necessary to be diligent about wearing sunscreen daily to protect your skin.

How often should I have chemical peels?

Chemical peels can be done every 3 to 4 weeks, depending on your individual needs and skincare goals. For best results, chemical peels should be done in a series. Talk with your esthetician about the proper skincare regimen to ensure you are optimizing the benefits of your chemical peels and overall health of your skin.

Before and After

Light Peel Instructions

Heavy Peel Instructions

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