Say Goodbye To Rough Skin
Right now is the perfect time for a skin makeover. While the word "peel" can often come off as intimidating, I will make every effort to hold your hand through this experience. Peels are perfect for all skin types, helping stimulate collagen and cell growth, while providing an instantly radiant complexion. With proper at-home care, this could be the change you have been waiting for. Book today if you are ready for the best skin of your life.
Level I Peels
Our prices are subject to change. We will confirm the price with you before starting any service. For more detailed pricing information, please contact us.
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Level II Peels
All Level II And III Peels Require Consultation And Pre-Conditioning Prior to Booking.
Retinol 10% Peel
Highly concentrated retinol and lactic acid help create a smoother, softer, and more youthful looking appearance. It also enhances the skin's natural power of rejuvenation.
Long Island Peel
Retinol (15%), Lactic (15%). Highly recommended for acne and anti-aging clients. Reduce fine lines, wrinkles, and help maintain skin health and appearance.
Pure Retinol Peel
Retinol (20%), Lactic (10%), Mandelic (10%). Highest concentration of retinol instantly reduces pain and discomfort, while delivering a smooth, soft, fresh-faced complexion.
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Level III Peels
All Level II And III Peels Require Consultation and Pre-Conditioning Prior to Booking
Modified Jessner Peel
Help significantly repair and reduce breakouts, control oil, soften lines, and provide a more even, smoother skin texture.
Excellent treatment for acne- helps by destroying bacteria and stimulating healthy cell production.
T.C.A. Perfecting Peel
Increase cell production and smooth skin, while helping to brighten the skin's surface tone. TCA (10%), Mandelic (5%).
T.C.A Pinnacle Plus Peel
Increase cell production, smooth skin, while helping to brighten the skin's surface tone. TCA (15%), Mandelic (5%)
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Custom Mask (level I peels only)
Pumpkin Peel layer
Facial Massage (level I peels)
Your Chemical Peel Questions, Answered.
What happens during a chemical peel?
The chemical peel process is fairly quick and easy. You will lie down on a comfortable bed, with eyes closed. We will begin with a double cleanse (no steam), we will then apply a prep solution to dry out and protect the skin. You will then be handed a fan to hold over the face, in order to make the experience more comfortable. The peel will then be applied with a soft brush, and we will leave it on for about ten minutes, subject to client level of comfort. Superficial peels will be removed with cold water, while medium and deep peels will remain on the skin. We recommend leaving it on until the morning. Superficial peels do have the option of adding on a custom mask.
What is a chemical peel and how does it work?
Chemical peeling is an accelerated exfoliation that is induced by a chemical agent. Peels are topically applied acids that cause a controlled injury (not true of superficial peels) that aids in the restoration and rejuvenation of the skins surface. There are three types of peels, superficial, medium, and deep. Superficial peels cause light physical peeling to none at all in many clients. They only penetrate the epidermis, which makes it ideal for correcting minor skin conditions. Superficial peels stimulate collagen and epidermal growth, and help melanin distribute more evenly. They are a wonderful addition to treating all skin care concerns. Medium depth peels also remove skin cells from the epidermis, but also remove portions of the upper part of your middle layer of skin. You should expect some amount of peeling to occur. Deep peels cause necrosis and inflammation in the epidermis, papillary dermis, and reticular dermis. Most clients will not require a deep peel to get desired results. It is only necessary for deep wrinkles, acne scarring, and severe hyperpigmentation. A deep peel should not be needed more than once.
What are the benefits of a chemical peel?
Chemical exfoliation has a number of benefits. This includes minimizing fine lines and wrinkles, brightening the skin and ridding it of hyperpigmentation, treats acne and acne scarring, as well as tightens and firms the skin.
What should I do before a chemical peel?
The majority of peels to require some level of pre-conditioning, this is determined by the Fitzpatrick scale. We will determine your Fitzpatrick type. Beyond that we do ask that you arrive with a clean face, in order to make the process faster and easier. Finally it is necessary that you discontinue retinol, salicylic, and other abrasive serums a minimum of two days before treatment.
What should I do after a chemical peel?
Following a chemical peel you should not tan, or expose yourself to excessive heat. Do not pick, itch, or pull at the skin, this can have detrimental effects. Pulling at the skin can cause bacteria to enter the skin, infect the skin, as well as leave permanent effects, such as hyperpigmentation. It is very important that you apply sunscreen daily, in order to protect the peeling process. Make sure to cleanse the skin daily to accelerate the treatment. Avoid abrasive serums such as retinol, along with other potent AHA’s or BHA’s. You may tempted to over hydrate the skin following the peel, due to possible tightness, itchiness, and extreme dryness. It is important that you only apply moisturizer according to your normal, daily routine. Applying too much moisture to the skin may interfere with the healing processes, as the point of a peel is to let the dead skin layers flake off the skin. For men, avoid shaving for two days before, and two days after treatment. If you need to shave, please use an electric razor.
What is pre-conditioning and do I have to do it?
Pre-conditioning is the act of creating a regular skin care routine prior to peel process. This helps prep the skin for deeper penetration, and faster recovery, as well as automatically improve skin appearance. With proper pre-conditioning, a superficial peel can mimic the result of deeper treatments. A pre-conditioning regimen should include regular use of alpha hydroxy acids or beta hydroxy acids. This includes but is not limited to retinol, vitamin c, mandelic acid, glycolic acid, salicylic acid, and/or ascorbic acid. This will help promote collagen growth, and it makes an extreme reduction in pain or irritation during the peel process. Pre-conditioning also includes daily use of sunscreen to maintain skin health. Pre-conditioning must begin at time of first peel, possibly before peel depending on Fitzpatrick level. Conditioning the skin IS necessary in order to achieve desired results. During consultation we will help you build a regimen that is specific to your skin concerns.
What should I expect after a chemical peel?
Following a chemical peel you should expect to peel for 3-14 days, this is dependent on both the level of peel and your personal skin. Do not pick, scratch, or pull on the skin, as this can damage the peel process.
How long should I wait between peels?
Superficial peels mays be repeated every 3-4 weeks as necessary. Medium level peels may be repeated every 3-9 months. Deep chemical peels may only be performed once.
When will I see results and how long will they last?
You will be able to see results anywhere from two weeks to four months, depending on the depth of the peel. For superficial and medium depth peels you will notice soft new skin forming within a week or two.
Are there any contraindications?
Yes, contraindications for peels are Accutane (must be off for six months), pregnancy or lactation, active or cystic acne, cold sores, Retin-A (must be off for a minimum of one week), recent surgery, open lesions, sunburn, rosacea (mandelic peel is okay), hydroquinone (must be off for one week), and in-properly pre-conditioned skin.
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