Chemical Peels

What Peels can be used to treat?

  • Acne

  • Fine lines and wrinkles

  • Hyperpigmentation

  • Redness

  • Scarring

  • Sun damage

  • Dullness

Anti-Aging Peel

For premature signs of aging/moderate aging/superficial hyperpigmented skin. Reduces the appearance of moderate hyperpigmented skin- improves skin tone improves skin radiance.


For skin prone to intermittent to permanent redness. Reduces the appearance of skin redness. Improves skin color, texture and pore size. Excellent for clients with Rosacea- a series of 4 is recommended for optimal results.

Anti-Blemish Peel

For skin prone to blemishes, reduces the appearance of acne blemishes and scarring. 

Series of 4 peels

Décolleté + Hands

For mild-moderate photo-aging of the décolleté + hands. Reduces the appearance of dark spots, fine lines, small scars and coarse wrinkles on the hands. Gives immediate skin brightening effect – improves skin texture and tone.

Pre + Post Peel

We ask that you discontinue use of Retin-A, Tretinoin, Tazorac, Renova, alpha or beta hydroxyl acid products and all forms of physical exfoliants for one week before a peel.

Immediately post treatment skin may feel tight and warm, with redness.

Superficial peels typically pose minimal side effects and clients can immediately resume their daily activities, although some redness may appear following treatment. Deeper chemical peel treatments may cause redness, tightness, peeling, dryness, irritation, hypersensitivity, and swelling, though these effects will dissipate on their own after a short recovery period. We recommend all chemical peel clients be extremely cautious under direct sunlight to reduce the severity of side effects. 

Multiple treatments to achieve optimal results. Results from deeper chemical peels may take slightly longer to appear, due to the healing process.

At home care directly following peel:

  • Use a gentle cleanser like a cleansing oil, cream cleanser, etc.


  • NEVER pick or pull off peeling skin.

  • Avoid products containing AHAs and BHAs (glycolic, lactic, salicylic acids) for 7-14 days.

  • Avoid products containing retinols for 7-14 days.

  • Wear SPF. 


Chemical Peels may not be performed on anyone using:

  • Retin-A, Tretinoin, Tazorac, Renova, or Retinol product within the past 7 days.

  • Accutane or any Accutane derivative.

  • Or has visibly irritated skin