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A look into *CHEMICAL PEELS*

Updated: Oct 19, 2022

Chemical peels are essential in sustaining and restoring skin health. They help remove damaged skin cells, allowing healthy skin to take its place.

Each procedure is non-invasive and formulated with active chemical exfoliants that help restore skin surface and appearance.

Peels effectively speed up the process of cellular turnover by shedding the top layer of dead surface cells using potent acids to target certain skin concerns, revealing brighter, smoother and renewed skin underneath.


  • Mandelic Acid 40% - Formulated for redness-prone, sensitive and reactive skin.

  • Glycolic Acid 30% - Reduction in the visible signs or aging: fine lines, wrinkles, and photo damage.

  • Salicylic Acid 30% - Visibly reduce the appearance of mild to severe acne prone skin while improving skin clarity, texture and tone.

  • Eye and Lip Peel (15% Lactic Acid, 3.75% Trichloroacetic Acid) - Visibly improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and crows feet.

  • Hand Peel (25% Trichloroacetic Acid, 10% Lactic Acid, 5% Kojic Acid)- Formulated to minimize the appearance of fine lines, small scars, dark spots, thin skin, and coarse wrinkles, while giving an immediate brightening effect for younger looking hands.

  • Pyruvic Acid 50% - Decrease the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and other premature signs of aging. Pyruvic Acid visibly reduces acne blemishes while minimizing pore size, lessening the appearance of dark spots and improving skin tone, texture and smoothness.

  • Trichloroacetic Acid Blend Peel - Medium depth peel with concentrated acid penetration to target stubborn sun spots, improve texture, and promote skin resurfacing with moderate downtime.

It is required for each peel to be done in a series of 3, at 2 week intervals, for optimal result. Each series is customizable depending on what's best for your skin. It is important to maintain this chemical exfoliation of the skin and we recomend after your first series to upkeep the peels by getting one every 6-8 weeks, OR coming for a series of 3 each season change.

*Want to learn more? Stop into edit and we can discuss what treatment would be best for you and your skin!

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