Chemical Peels

Chemical peels result in little or no downtime but create dramatic and visible results.

*Discontinue Retin A use 5 days before treatment.


1. Alpha Beta Peel

This intermediate peel treatment is for a wide range of skin types and combines both alpha and beta hydroxyl acids to minimize the appearance of surface lines, smooth out rough texture, aid in clearing acne, and help fade hyperpigmentation.

2. PCA Peel

A choice of 3 different peel solutions to help soften the depth of surface lines around the eyes and nasolabial folds, help clear acne, smooth skin texture and even skin tone. These blends combine AHA’s with kojic acid with a modified Jessener’s solution to address hyperpigmentation from sun damage, inflammation, and hormonal changes.

3. Sensi Peel

Formulated for all skin types making it an exceptional choice for ethnic skin or extremely sensitive skin types. This TCA and lactic acid solution offers skin smoothing, melanogenesis inhibition, strengthening and hydration to many who would not be candidates for chemical exfoliation.

4. Ultra Peel

This peel is a blend of TCA and lactic acid with the addition of phytohormones for plumping and hydration. It is an exceptional choice for darker skin types and mature skin. Kojic and Azelaic acids act as antibacterial agents as well as melanogenesis inhibitors. Ascorbic acid is present for skin strengthening and brightening.

5. Smoothing Body Peel

This treatment is formulated with potent yet skin-friendly ingredients that will even discoloration while smoothing and brightening the skin. It is an excellent choice for treating rough, dehydrated, sun damaged skin on the hands, chest, back and feet.

6. Superficial Peels - 30 minutes

Are a mixture of weak acids that form a solution that exfoliate the outmost layers of the skin, removing sun damage, encouraging new cell production, refining skin texture and improving the overall appearance of the skin. Flaking usually occurs on the third day and is light and manageable. The peeling can continue for a week, but is easy to maintain, and skin looks good enough to be seen in public. We can use and blend any of the following acids for specific skin conditions.

7. Lactic Peels

Lactic acid is considered one of the best AHAs to use. Lactic acid is uniquely gentle and hydrating by comparison and typically doesn’t irritate people who have skin conditions like acne or rosacea. This peel is best for dry/sensitive skin types.

8. Salicylic Peels

Salicylic Acid is a popular and well-recommended treatment for acne, psoriasis, keratosis pilaris and other skin conditions. A Beta Hydroxy Acid derived from willow bark, Salicylic Acid increases the cellular turnover rate, leading to faster skin renewal and fewer clogged pores, which is the primary cause of many skin issues. This peel is best for oily/acneic skin. 

9. Glycolic Peels

Glycolic Acid is a naturally derived from sugar cane, this important AHA is the smallest of the fruit acids and is able to penetrate the skin, allowing it to effectively dissolve the “glue” that holds dead cells on the surface of the skin. This peel is suitable for all skin types.

10. Jessner's Peel

The Jessner’s peel combines resorcinol, lactic acid, and salicylic acid to result in deeper penetration and greater exfoliation of the outer layers of skin cells. This deeper exfoliation produces noticeable flaking and exfoliation in the following three to four days after the peel, and within a week a smoother, healthier layer of skin will be revealed. It smoothes and rejuvenates skin, producing beautiful results in treating mild to severe acne, discoloration, moderate wrinkling, and sun damage. The Jessner’s peel is excellent for all skin types.