Chemical peels remove damaged outer layers of skin to make skin appear smoother and brighter, reduce scarring, and minimize blemishes. Ranging from superficial to deep, the strength of each peel is tailored to the patient. Peels can be combined with other procedures, such as microdermabrasion, for additional skin improvement.
Chemical Peel Procedure
Some chemical peels are neutralized after remaining on the skin for a few minutes. Others are self-neutralizing and remain on the skin after leaving the office. Your clinician will go over the details of your procedure with you during consultation.
- PCA Peel
- PCA Peel Pass (buy 3, get 1 free)
- VI Peels
- VI Peel Body
- VI Peel Body (package of 3)
- Man Peel (excludes beard area)
- Hand Peel
Pre & Post Treatment Instructions
- Stop all skin drying and exfoliating agents 5-7 days prior to treatment (except for Vi peel). This includes retinoids, glycolic acid, salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, etc. If you are not sure about a product, please call.
- No waxing for at least 7 days prior to treatment.
- You are
- a candidate for a chemical peel if:
- Herpes (cold sores) are present
- You have an immunosuppressive disease or condition
- You are pregnant, breastfeeding, or intend to get pregnant in the next 30 day
- You have any history of allergy to the ingredients
Post-Peel Instructions: Post-peel instructions will vary depending on the type of peel that was administered. Your clinician will go over pre- & post-peel instructions at the time of your treatment. You can expect to take 2-3 days off from exercise following the peel; you must avoid heat and sweat for the first few days.