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Chemical peels

A quick way to address several skin concerns.

Why It’s Special

Hit the reset button on your skin — ideal for texture, pores and pigment, too!

Address visible signs of sun damage, rough texture, fine lines and wrinkles, enlarged pores, uneven skin tone and acne.

If you've got a little downtime, this might be the option for you — your skin will be bright and smooth after a few days of shedding.

Frequency of Treatment Every 4-6 weeks; 2-4 treatments are recommended for best results.
Pricing $450 per treatment

Here’s our plan

  1. The treatment involves cleaning the skin with a gentle cleanser then we apply a skin prep to remove all the oils from the area.
  2. We then apply the in-office peel and provide a post-treatment kit to help skin heal.
  3. Skin shedding can start to kick in within 3–5 days and fully shed around 2 weeks. 

You’ll still look like yourself, just the best version!

Melasma, Do you have a peel for that?

Melasma is a very tricky skin condition to treat, Peels can help.

Although people often think of melasma as just pigment on their face, it is actually a systemic and deep over production of melanin for many reasons.

How often do results last?

Results from treatment are permanent. We recommend diligent lifestyle measures and seasonal or yearly chemical peels to maintain results.

Will I peel from my chemical peel?

It is common to notice shedding of the skin within 1-2 days of treatment. This shedding can last up to 5 days after treatment. We recommend scheduling chemical peels around your work schedule if you are concerned about the social downtime.

What are the different depths of chemical peels?

Medium-depth peels target the epidermis and papillary dermis, allowing for both the effects of light peels and improvement in features related to abnormalities in the superficial dermis, such as mild wrinkling and mild scarring.

I’m pregnant or breastfeeding. Can I get chemical peels?

Chemical peels should not be received during pregnancy or when breastfeeding.

Are there any other side effects I should know about?

The most common side effects include redness, peeling, swelling and itching. Rarely, chemical peels can cause acne that is under the surface to purge.