Everyday Peels

60 minutes


Everyday women need to try our Everyday Peel! Professional chemical peels safely and effectively target various conditions. We have two superficial peels to accommodate any skincare goal. Help accelerate your skin renewal process to help build firm, tighter, and more collagen production for the face. This 60 minute peel includes a double cleanse hot steam towel, and finishing products that include serums, moisturizer, and lip care.

How to prepare your appointment:

Chemical peels effectively exfoliate your skin on a deep level, and unlike a superficial mask, chemical peels perform a penetrating clean that delivers immediate results for skin problems such as pigmentation, aging, acne, and sun damage.

Because they can be an intense skin treatment, it’s important to ensure that your skin is well-prepared prior to your procedure. Here are some tips on how to get your mind and skin ready for this treatment.

It’s very important to be prepared for your peel, as the process often entails specific and timed instructions. To avoid unwanted irritation and side effects, and to maximize the benefits of your treatment, you must prepare your skin beforehand.

Disclose any medication use. It’s important to tell your skin care professional about any medications you are using. Depending on this information, your skin care specialist might recommend you temporarily stop your dosage so it doesn’t interfere with the success of your procedure.

Don’t exfoliate. Since a chemical peel is an in-depth exfoliation, it’s important that you don’t exfoliate for at least 1 week before your appointment. In addition, watch out for ingredients in your daily skincare products that may have an exfoliating effect. If you use such products prior to your treatment, you could cause damage to your skin.

Refrain from using makeup. You want as little dirt on your face as possible before your peel, so take a break from wearing makeup for a few days before your treatment and let your skin detox!

Avoid the sun. Most chemical peels respond better to skin that isn’t skin-damaged, so make an effort to avoid the sun as much as possible prior to your treatment, and if you are outside, make sure to wear a wide-brimmed hat and sunblock (at least SPF 30). This includes tanning beds.

Stay hydrated. Your skin should be well-hydrated on the day of your chemical peel. Make sure you stop using any products that dry out your skin a few days prior to your appointment and remember to drink lots of water.

If you are regent or nursing Consult your OB/GYN before receiving any treatment

Delay the use of certain products It is recommended to delay the use of any tretinoin, Retin-A, Renova, Differin, Tazorac, Avage, EpiDuo, Ziana, and high percentage AHA and BHA products for approximately five days prior.