Peels are one of the most frequently performed esthetic procedures today.

Microdermabrasion and other mechanical forms of exfoliation grabbed the attention of skin care practitioners and seemed to be be the most requested procedure for quite some time. Chemical peels have improved with more types to choose from, enabling the professional to treat aging skin, improve acne, texture, pigment irregularities, sun damage, and even scarring. The skilled esthetician can now customize peels using ingredients that will treat each skin condition and type with optimal results.

 

SWICH

The SWICH Dermal Rejuvenation Professional Treatment is a unique alternative to the chemical peel. A breakthrough treatment that boosts the energy of the skin, resulting in a refreshed, luminous, firmer looking complexion.

$150
Circadia Dermafrost

Is a very effective catalytic agent helping to reduce comedones and treat oily, acne prone skin types.

$65+
Lactic Peels

Are gentle, safe, and well tolerated by most skin types. Treating thin, damaged and aging skin with lactic acid not only removes the outer layers of damaged stratum corneum but will leave a more intact lipid barrier resulting in a healthier appearance.

$65+
MandeliCiear Peel System

Was developed specifically for treating pigmentation issues associated with darker Fitzpatrick skin types. It is effective for lightening pigmentation due to acne, melasma or photo damaged skin, while gently exfoliating.

$65+
Jessner’s Peel

Is effective in treating pigmentation, acne and sun damaged skin.

$65+