Chemical Peel Facial $195

A Chemical Peel is a full facial service. Chemical peels are topical acid solution used to peel away the skin damaged outer layers. An exfoliant applied to the skin to soften the dead skin layer and exfoliate the skin. Stimulating cell turnover will help to restore the skin to a more youthful appearance. We use a variety of Professional Chemical Solutions which includes Jessner’s, Trichloroacetic Acid(TCA), Citric Acid, Kojic Acid, Salicylic Acid, Glycol Acid, Lactic Acid, Retinol, Hydroquinone, and Hydroquinone free. Many skin conditions can be improved when receiving a series of peels, such as aging sun-damaged skin, acne and acne scarring, altered pigmentation, fine lines, and wrinkles. Many skin conditions also show improvement from just one session. Results may include: improved skin tone, fewer breakouts, diminished appearance of scars, even skin color, refined skin pores, renewed elasticity and a healthy glow. With our peels our motto is “Minimum effort with Maximum results” meaning, you may or may not peel. We teach our clients not to associate visible peeling with actual results. If you do peel it may consist of light to medium flaking or medium to extreme peeling anywhere between 2-7 days. You still can continue your daily routines. If you do not peel you will still see a difference and improvement in your skin. We also require that you do not wash your face, work out, sauna, steam, or any outside activity directly in the sun for 24hrs after receiving one of our chemical peels. It also includes light extractions.


UV induced which is caused by the sun, tanning beds, fluorescent and ambient lighting presented as diffuse spots or macules that are evenly distributed around the face.

Hormonal Induced which is also called “Melasma” and commonly associated with a fluctuation of hormones such as pregnancy, oral contraceptives, thyroid dysfunction, menopause, or hormone replacement. This often appears as a large symmetrical bilateral patches typically around the jawline, upper lip, cheeks and forehead.

Post Inflammatory (PIH) is a result of surface irritation, inflammation or abrasion of the epidermis. Acne, dermatitis, psoriasis, shaving, ingrown hairs, eczema and bug bites can trigger this form of Hyperpigmentation. It is characterized by darkened area at the site of the trauma.

Sensitive Skin



Impaired barrier funtion


Acne/Breakout- Prone Skin

Hormonal Acne is common in adolescence and is accompanied by an over-production of sebum (oil)

Acne Cosmetica is triggered by comedogenic or irritating ingredients in everyday products. Certain make-up, laundry detergent, and hair care products may clog the pores which will lead to breakouts.

Inflammatory Acne is red and inflamed

Asphyxiated Acne is a rough surface keratolytic build-up and reduced cell turnover with sebum and other debris trapped underneath. This may also be caused by the use of drying ingredients, such as alcohol, without the use of a daily moisturizer.

Bacterial Acne may be the result of an over-production of bacteria within the follicle

Cystic Acne is large, painful nodules beneath the surface of the skin, which can remain for weeks or months. The depth of inflammation can destroy the follicle, resulting in scarring

Systemic Acne may be brought on by disease, illness, medication or other diet-related issues.

Aging Skin


Loss of Elasticity

Fine lines

Thinning of Skin

Dryness/ Dehydration

Increased Transparency

Deep/ Abnormal Wrinkling