What It Treats
Chemical peels are an effective solution for a number of concerns – explore your options below!
TCA Reveal Peel
This physician-strength formula combines TCA with other exfoliating agents to improve the appearance of aging skin, smooth fine lines, and enhance skin tone. Added probiotics and antioxidants support skin and encourage repair. Designed for all skin types concerned with aging, uneven texture and hyperpigmentation.
Designed for combination and dry skin with aging and hyperpigmentation concerns. This peel smooths, hydrates and brightens, improving the appearance of fine lines and pigmentation. With a larger molecular size, Lactic Acid is a preferred option for dry and sensitive skin as well as first time peel clients. Added antioxidants help repair damage and strengthen skin.
Glycolic Resurfacing Peel
Repairs and regenerates skin. A versatile and fast acting acid exfoliant, this peel effectively aids oily, problematic skin. Improves the appearance of facial lines, uneven tone and texture. Designed for most skin types and concerns, with the exception of sensitive skin.
How It Works
Chemical peels remove tired, dead skin to reveal a brighter, more youthful complexion. My clients love peels because they offer visible solutions without lengthy downtime or surgery. Each peel I offer has a unique chemical compound specific to the treatment you’ve chosen with focused results. The peels help accelerate cell turnover, stimulate collagen production, and more.
I’ll start by ensuring your skin is clean and makeup-free to prep your canvas for your peel. I may ask that you avoid strongly exfoliating skincare products three days leading up to your peel.
Depending on the chemical peel, there may be no downtime or up to 5 days of recovery. You will likely experience some redness, peeling, and sensitivity after treatment. Depending on the strength of the peel, it may take several days for these effects to subside. You should be extra careful to avoid direct sun exposure during this period and I always apply a layer of sunscreen after your treatment.
What is a Chemical Peel?
Chemical peels are chemical solutions that are applied topically to the skin and left on for a precise period of time before being removed. They effectively remove tired, dead skin to reveal a more youthful complexion.
What skin conditions do Chemical Peels treat?
Fine lines and wrinkles, sun damage, pigmentation, age spots, melasma, dull skin, acne, and more.
How does a Chemical Peel work?
During a chemical peel, a chemical solution is applied to the top layer of your skin to resurface your complexion. As skin recovers, the new layer of skin that grows back is smoother, brighter, and looks more youthful.
What is the procedure like?
I’ll start by ensuring your skin is clean and makeup-free. When the peel is applied, you may experience some tingling or warmth. The intensity of the chemical peel depends on the unique chemical compound chosen for your skin type and concerns.
How many chemical peels will I need?
I recommend a series of 3-6 peels for best results.
How long does a treatment last?
The total duration of your treatment will be between 30-45 minutes, depending on the type of peel selected.
What can I expect after my treatment?
Depending on the peel you may experience some redness and peeling in the days following your treatment. As your skin will temporarily be more sensitive, you should be extra careful to avoid unprotected sun exposure and I always recommend wearing a daily 30+ sunscreen.
First time facial clients MUST book a consultation included in their appointment.