Chemical Peels

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There's a more youthful you underneath... let's reveal it!

Around here, we're all for chemical peels, but we understand they can sound intimidating! If this is your first time, we've got you covered. Read on underneath our menu to see us debunk the most common chemical peel myths, as well as give an overview of how to prepare and what to expect for your chemical peel.

Current guests only. Guest must be on approved home care before booking a chemical peel. 

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Chemical peel series price for guests who are on approved home care. 6 weeks series of one peel every two weeks. 




$80 / PEEL


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A revolutionary 35% chemical that improves the skin surface, imperfections, improves the skin surface, imperfections, and accelerates cell turnover. Stimulating the reconstruction of collagen and elastin deep within the skin layer, results can be seen instantly and continue to improve over the following weeks. and accelerates cell turnover. Stimulating the reconstruction of collagen and elastin deep within the skin layer, results can be seen instantly and continue to improve over the following weeks. Immediate results, minimal to no downtime. Needle free and painless. Conditions treated: Sun damage, blemishes, hyperpigmentation, scarring, rosacea, large pores, melasma, and general skin rejuvenation.

$250 / SESSION


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  • Chemical peels are painful: Many people are afraid chemical peels are excruciatingly painful. While you may experience some tingling, burning, or discomfort during the peel, it's generally well-tolerated and often described as a mild to moderate tingling sensation.

  • Chemical peels are only for severe skin issues: Some believe that chemical peels are only for serious skin problems like deep wrinkles or severe acne. In reality, there are various strengths of peels available, including mild ones for gentle exfoliation and brightening, making them suitable for various skin concerns.

  • One peel will solve everything: Another myth is that one chemical peel will magically solve all skincare issues. While chemical peels can provide noticeable results, they are typically part of an ongoing skincare regimen, and multiple treatments may be needed to achieve and maintain the desired outcome.

  • Chemical peels require an extensive amount of downtime: When performed by a qualified professional, chemical peels are safe and effective. Temporary redness, peeling, or sensitivity is common, but these are part of the healing process and usually subside within a couple days to a week depending on the strength of the peel.

  • Chemical peels are only for certain skin types: Chemical peels can be used on different skin types and tones. Our estheticians can choose the appropriate type and strength of peel to minimize the risk of complications for individuals with darker skin tones.

  • At-home peels are just as effective as professional peels: Over-the-counter or at-home peels can be effective for mild exfoliation, but they are not as potent as professional chemical peels. The latter are administered by trained experts and can deliver more significant results.

  • Chemical peels are only for the face: While facial peels are common, chemical peels can be applied to other areas of the body, such as the neck, chest, and hands, to address various skin concerns.

It's crucial to consult with one of our qualified estheticians to understand the best options for your specific skincare needs and to dispel any myths or misconceptions about chemical peels. We can provide you with accurate information and tailor a treatment plan to your unique skin type and concerns. 

Common Myths about Chemical Peels

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How to prepare and what to expect after a chemical peel

  • Consultation: Schedule a consultation with one of our qualified estheticians to assess your skin type and determine the appropriate peel for your needs.

  • Skincare Products: Follow a skincare regimen recommended by your provider for a few weeks leading up to the peel.

  • Sun Protection: Avoid excessive sun exposure and use sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher regularly.

  • Stop Certain Products: Discontinue using any products that contain retinoids, AHAs, BHAs, or other exfoliating agents at least one week before the peel.

  • Medications: Inform your provider about any prescription medications or over-the-counter products you're using. Some medications, such as certain antibiotics or acne treatments, may need to be paused temporarily.

  • Hydration: Keep your skin well-hydrated by drinking plenty of water and using a recommended moisturizer. Hydrated skin tends to recover more effectively from peels.

  • Avoid Waxing or Hair Removal: Refrain from waxing or using depilatory creams on the treatment area for about one week prior to the peel.

  • Plan for Possible Downtime: Chemical peels may require downtime for recovery. Depending on the peel's depth, expect some redness, flaking, or peeling afterward. Plan accordingly and avoid important events immediately following the treatment.

Your esthetician will provide specific pre-peel instructions. Follow them carefully to ensure the best results and minimize the risk of complications.

Know Before You Go

Please note that once you have booked an appointment with us it means that we have reserved time in our schedule exclusively for you.

You can cancel or reschedule an appointment through the confirmation text message/email, booking app or by texting 48 hours prior to scheduled appointment time.

Failure to cancel or reschedule your appointment will result in a 50% charge of the total appointment cost to the card on file or an invoice will be sent via text/email and must be paid before any future appointments are booked.




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