Restore The Youthful Glow and Appearance of Your Skin...
We tailor each peel treatment to your current skin condition. We use a combination of alpha and beta hydroxy acids with other beneficial ingredients to treat a wide range of skin concerns.
We treat: Hyperpigmentation. Uneven skin tone. Lines and wrinkles. Dull skin. Photo-damaged. Scarring. Acne. Oiliness
This medical-grade chemical peel is a light, brightening resurfacing solution that improves the signs of aging and hyperpigmentation with minimal downtime. Containing lactic acid, salicylic acid and resorcinol this multipurpose resurfacing solution is effective in minimising the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and hyperpigmentation issues like age spots, discoloration and uneven skin tone. We tailor the strength of this peel to your individual needs by the number of layers.$350.00
These revitalize dull, tired and aged skins. The Medical Peels are suitable for all skin types and peel strengths are graded to your skin. A course of six is recommended for maximum visible results.$300.00
TCA peels are medium strength Medical Peels performed only by our experts. They achieve a more profound skin rejuvenation and skin resurfacing than other peels. TCA peels are recommended for severely pigmented, sun damaged or wrinkled skin. Recovery time is longer, although the results are more dramatic.$350.00
A retinol peel is a skin peel that can help maintain the general appearance and health of skin; they are particularly effective on acne prone skin and have great anti-aging benefits as retinol can reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.$300.00
Salicylic acid belongs to the beta hydroxy acid family of acids. Great for zapping oil on the skin, when used as a peel, this type of acid is good for those who have pimples and acne.$300.00
Summary of Your Treatment
Frequently Asked Questions...
What conditions does a chemical peel treat?
Chemical peels are non-invasive treatments to improve the texture of your skin by removing the damaged outer layers. A peel can reduce and improve uneven skin tone, dull skin, rough patches, and lines and wrinkles around your eyes and mouth. It can also treat acne scars and damaged skin from the sun.
Also known as chemexfoliation or derma peeling, this procedure will remove superficial layers of the skin and promote collagen production for a younger and more supple look.
Am I a good candidate for a chemical peel?
If you have any of the issues noted above you are probably a great candidate for a chemical peel. There is really no age limit for a peel, and many women over the age of 65 have successful peels.
If you have a current infection, broken or cut skin, active herpes, a sunburn, or if you have taken Accutane in the last six months, you would not be a candidate.
How should I prepare for a chemical peel?
Some things to avoid include:
- Another chemical peel within 2 weeks of your scheduled one.
- Microdermabrasion treatment within 2 weeks of your scheduled peel.
- Tanning booths and sun exposure for 2-3 weeks prior.
- Botox and collagen injections should be avoided for at least 1 week before.
Ask about drug interactions with any medications you currently take, and refrain from waxing your skin or using hair removal treatments.
How Should I care for my skin after my Chemical Peel?
- Wait 12 to 24 hours to wash your face with a gentle cleanser. Cold or warm water is best. Use your fingertips and do not rub, itch, or try to peel your skin.
- When your skin begins to peel, you can use a soft washcloth to gently exfoliate the dead skin. Expect that your skin will appear red for 7 – 10 days. It is important to not let your skin dry out or it could leave scars. The use of a gentle cleaner, sunscreen, and a medium to thick moisturizer will help to prevent this from occurring.
- Avoid stress from excessive exercise and sun exposure. Recuperation time will depend on the type of peel.