Best results when done in a series of six.
What is a Skin–Refining Peel?
Skin Refining or Chemical peels are a category of advanced clinical skin rejuvenation treatments that aid in reversing damaged skin due to factors such as aging, sun exposure, and/or acne.
Who are candidates for Chemical Peels?
Clients who have facial texture issues, wrinkles, and uneven skin pigmentation are candidates.
What are the types of Chemical Peels?
There are a variety of Chemical Peels solutions ranging in intensity and for different purposes. Different peel solutions can be used within a series to obtain the results you desire. Your peel will be determined after your skin consultation and analysis.
Glycolic Retexturing Peel Series
Professional strength Glycolic peel rapidly exfoliates dead surface cells revealing smoother, brighter–looking skin. Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) peels may be used for treating fine lines, areas of dryness and pigmentation, and impacted closed comedones. The peels’ ingredients originate from a pharmaceutical grade glycolic acid.
Lactic/BHA Brightening Peel Series
A highly effective, yet mild and hydrating, professional exfoliation treatment to dramatically improve clarity and texture while it reduces free radical stress. Diminishes the appearance of fine lines, helps visibly lighten pigment, and reveals silky smooth, more radiant skin. The peels’ ingredients originate from lactic and fruit acids and vitamin C.
Salicylic Peel Series*
This salicylic peel is very effective on problematic, acne/oily skin. In addition, using professional at-home products will improve the skin's appearance. Allergy to aspirin is a contraindication and cannot be performed.
Jessners Brightening and Clearing Peel
This series will focus on brightening skin, reducing sun spots and pigmentation issues. Minor flaking for 2-4 days. We begin with 10% and if your skin can handle it, we will go to 13%
How many treatments are required?
A series of six peels are recommended over six weeks depending on skin type. Then maintenance peels will be discussed on an individual basis. A complimentary consultation is suggested.
Are chemical peels safe?
Chemical Peels are safe. You should discontinue using acne medications, glycolic acid, skin lighteners, and topical vitamin A products a few days before your peel.
Will there be any downtime?
There is no downtime with AHA Glycolic or Lactic Acid Chemical Peels. You should not expect much visible peeling. Dead skin cells actually dissolve during the procedure. Though minor dryness and mild flaking can follow this procedure. The typical client feels mild itching and stinging while the product is on the skin. Wearing sunscreen is mandatory following a peel.
What are the results of skin-refining Peels?
The results from these Skin Refining Chemical Peels vary based on the condition of your skin when you started. However, you should feel a change in texture, minimizing the appearance of pore size, fine lines, and hyperpigmentation. You will detect a natural, healthy glow to your skin, and with multiple treatments, even better results can be seen.
Who should avoid chemical peels?
Clients with cold sores or sensitive skin may be at a greater risk for post-treatment complications. No peels can be performed on pregnant or nursing women.
Add a peel - $60.00 starting with the mildest. We suggest The Series of Six will give the best results. $300.00, payable on the first visit. Peels will not be done on unprepped skin.