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Chemical Peels


What is a
Chemical Peel?

A chemical peel is a facial treatment then includes a chemical compound that is applied to the skin. Chemical peels can treat a variety of skin concerns such as texture, tone, redness, pigment, signs of aging and more. We carry a wide range of chemical peels that are different strengths.



Downtime will vary depending on the specific chemical peel. Expect 48 hours of no sweating or sun exposure. 

  • Avoid exfoliation

  • Avoid direct sun exposure

  • Avoid excessive sweating

  • Use gentle cleanser

  • Wear Broad Spectrum SPF

  • Avoid Active Ingredients for 14 days

*may differ per peel

How does a Chemical Peel work exactly?

A chemical peel is used to gently remove the top layer of old, dull skin. Think of it as a way to give your skin a fresh start. These chemicals make the outer layer of skin loosen up, allowing it to peel off, revealing the smoother and healthier skin beneath. It's like saying goodbye to the old and saying hello to the new, giving your skin a chance to look and feel rejuvenated.


How many treatments do I need?

Depending on the results you are looking for- we would recommend a series of peels. We will start out with our beginner peels and work our way to our more advanced ones! Along with proper home care, you will be well on your way to seeing some amazing changes in your skin.

Does it hurt?

Some peels are totally painless, and some you may experience some slight discomfort. We have tips and tricks to help reduce any discomfort :)

How long are appointments?

Appointment length can be anywhere from 30-45 minutes depending on the peel!


What is the cost?

Our chemical peels begin at $150.

Are you a candidate?

Some main contraindications that may preclude you from getting a chemical peel:

  • Pregnancy

  • Cancer

  • Accutane/Photosensitive Medication

  • Active Skin Disease/Coldsore

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