Throughout December, save $55 on your Back Acid (Chemical) Peel!
A peel involves chemically removing the outermost layers of the skin which in return promotes exfoliation and cell turnover. Depending on the type of peels used they can help treat fine lines, textural issues, acne, scarring, redness and provide a fresher, healthier appearance to the skin.
Through a a proper consultation, your professional service provider will educate you about the peel and the expected outcomes including post treatment instructions.
Whether you’d like to use acid peels as an anti aging method, or have a clear skin goal, your service provider can create a treatment plan customized for you.
-TYPES OF ACID PEELS-
Our Enzyme Peel is a 20% multi-fruit acid complex made of white grape wine and fresh fruit pulp that gently exfoliates the upper epidermis while wine polyphenols condition the skin. A great introductory-level peel ideal for all skin types.
This acid peel solution provides intense exfoliation for combination and dry skin types concerned with aging and hyperpigmentation. It contains 35% glycolic and 35% lactic acid. Ideal for dry and sensitive skin types.
This 20% salicylic acid solution provides intense exfoliation for problematic or oily skin areas, even within oil-rich pores. Intense exfoliation for problematic or oily skin areas, even within oil-rich pores.
This 1% Retinol and Vitamin C peel provides softer, firmer, brighter skin and diminishes the appearance of pores. Can be booked alone or added to another peel for an extra boost. Ideal for all skin types except acne, breakouts, and sensitivity.
NOTE: To be eligible for the Acne or Retinol peels, your skin must be pretreated with AHA or BHA (e.g. Enzyme Peel or pretreated with home care)
PLEASE REVIEW THE CRITERIA BEFORE BOOKING YOUR PEEL.
- Must not currently be on or have used Accutane or any other oral prescription acne medications in the past 12 months
- If currently using any products containing AHA/BHA/Retin A/Vitamin A on the area being treated, you must discontinue usage 2 weeks prior to procedure
- Must wait a minimum of 1 week from last tanning session
Time frame: 15-30 minutes
Recommended sessions: 4-8
Downtime required: 1-7 days
- Skin cancer (remission under 2 years)
- Use of photosensitive medication and herbs
- Active infection of Herpes Simplex in treatment area
- Active skin infection
Potential side effects:
- Fragile skin
- Edema (swelling)
- Erythema (redness)
- Visible shedding
This special is not valid with any other offer/promotion. No pre-purchasing; Ends December 31, 2019.
Love, Peace, and Great Skin!