Chemical Peels


Administered by skin care professionals, chemical peels exfoliate the skin’s surface to minimize the appearance of blemishes, smoothen skin texture, improve radiance, and restore skin health. They are most effective at increasing cell turnover and optimizing the appearance on the surface of the skin.

Chemical peels come in many strengths and acidic formulations ranging from superficial to higher-depth. Chemical peels often contain alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs), beta-hydroxy acids (BHAs), and trichloroacetic acid (TCA). AHAs often treat signs of aging, such as fine lines, wrinkles, dullness, and uneven texture. BHAs often treat problematic skin concerns such as blemishes, large pores, and rough texture. TCA is often used to treat more severe signs of aging and discoloration brought on by sun damage, acne, or hormonal changes.


Face Reality Acne Peel

Our self-balancing Acne Peel #1 contains a minor concentration of acids and specialty compounds to address hyperpigmentation, inflammation, and fine lines. This peel gently exfoliates acne-prone, hyperpigmented, and aging skin without causing irritation or dehydration. It may cause some flaking of the skin.

  • Reduces Acne
  • Smooths Fine Lines
  • Corrects Hyperpigmentation

Face: $75

Face + Neck: $125

Back: $150


BioRePeelCl3 FND contains 35% of TCA and can be used for face, Neck, décolletage. The ultimate, no downtime, no shedding chemical peel is one of the best sellers for obvious reasons! Want accurate results for health and regenerated skin? This is your chance. BioRePeelCl3 improved the skin surface and imperfections and accelerated cell turnover. By stimulating the regeneration of collagen and elastic fibers deep within the skin later, results can be seen instantly and will improve over the following weeks. With ZERO skin shedding, this innovative professional-grade peel means you can go about your day while regenerating your skin!

  • Indications: Dull and inelastic skin, acne in the acute stage, skin pigmentation, photoaging, and fine lines.

Face: $275 / $975 (4)

Face and Neck: $325 / $1100 (4)

Before & After


The depth and concentration of a chemical peel will determine when and how frequently it should be applied. Superficial peels can become part of a regular monthly skin maintenance program. Medium-depth peels are typically done in a series of three to six, whereas deeper peels may only be done once or twice a year. The peel series should be performed under the guidance of an experienced medical aesthetician or medical professional.

Chemical Peels are suitable for improving skin texture, reducing fine lines, and addressing pigmentation issues such as sunspots or acne scars. Most skin types can benefit, but consultation with a dermatologist or skincare professional is advised.

Within a week or two after treatment, skin texture and tone will improve depending on the depth of the chemical peel and the individual’s response to the peel.

The longevity of Chemical Peel results depends on various factors, including the type of peel, skincare routine, and sun protection measures. Typically, results can last several months to a year, with maintenance treatments recommended for prolonged benefits.

Chemical peels are designed to refresh the look and feel of the skin by shedding its outermost layers. These treatments are particularly beneficial for enhancing the appearance of acne scars, reducing fine lines and wrinkles, and evening out skin tone. The process involves applying a specific amount of peel solution to the skin for a duration determined by factors like the type of peel, concentration of the solution, individual skin type, and how the skin responds to the treatment. The peel solution interacts with the skin’s top layer, breaking down the bonds that hold the surface cells together. This action allows for the emergence of newer, healthier skin. Some chemical peels are self-neutralizing, while others require a neutralizing agent, such as a unique solution or water, to end the treatment. The objective of a chemical peel is to safely induce a minor, controlled skin injury, which prompts the skin to repair itself, resulting in a rejuvenated, brighter complexion.

Mild redness, peeling, and temporary sensitivity are common after Chemical Peel treatments, depending on the depth of the peel. Depending on the treatment, downtime can range from a few hours to a few days, and side effects are usually manageable with proper post-treatment care advised by your skincare provider.

Before treatment, it’s essential to avoid sun exposure, discontinue certain skincare products, and inform your provider about any medical conditions or medications. After treatment, follow post-procedure instructions diligently, which may include gentle skin care, moisturizing, and sun protection to optimize results and minimize potential side effects.

During a Chemical Peel session, your skincare professional will cleanse your skin thoroughly before applying a chemical solution tailored to your skin concerns. You may experience a tingling or warming sensation as the solution works on your skin. After a designated period, the solution is neutralized, and post-treatment products are applied to soothe and protect your skin. It typically takes about 30 minutes, and you may need multiple sessions to achieve optimal results.

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