Professional strength exfoliation is the best way to address almost all common skin concerns. Acne, pigmentation, sun damage, wrinkles, Melasma and dehydrated skin can all be aided with exfoliation treatments such as chemical peels and microdermabrasion. Even if you don’t express any major concerns, becoming preventative will keep you skin looking fresh and youthful! Most peels are performed in a series of 3-8 peels for optimal results. Consult with our Medical Aesthetician to decide which treatment is best for you, as different peel formulations provide certain benefits.
*Strong topical exfoliants such as retinols, glycolic and salicylic acids should be avoided at least 3 days before any exfoliation treatments. Call our office for a list of treatments and products to avoid before your first chemical peel.
Medical Grade Resurfacing Treatments:
Brightening Enzyme Peel – $150
Exfoliate and brighten the skin with the antioxidant and brightening benefits of Lemon. This light peel contains a blend of arbutin, lactic acid, glycolic acid, kojic acid which are perfect for lightening signs of surface pigment while protecting the skin from environmental damage.
Softening Enzyme Peel – $150
This peel contains coconut and papaya enzymes that dissolve dead skin cells revealing healthy, soft skin. The small molecular structure of coconut allows for easy absorption through the skin giving it a soft, smooth texture. Ideal for dry, rough and wrinkled skin. This treatment contains only fruit enzymes for a gentle exfoliation for the most sensitive skin.
Body Peel – $150 – $250
These peels are specifically formulated to work on the skin on the body, which turns over at a different rate than facial skin. Whether you have sun damage, an unsatisfactory scar, or dull/rough skin, this peel works perfectly to reveal soft, smooth and even skin on all parts of the body!
ZO Glow Peel – $160
This is a perfect first-time peel for patients who have rough or dull skin and are looking for a lunch-time peel with little to no downtime. This alpha/beta acid peel lightly exfoliates dead surface skin while stimulating cell turnover to give your skin a smooth texture and perfect glow.
SkinMedica® Illuminize Peel – $160
Illuminize Peel®, the gentlest SkinMedica® Peel is appropriate for first-time, chemical-peel patients, patients with mild skin imperfections or patients that are looking for brighter, more radiant skin with no downtime.
DiamondTome™ Microdermabrasion with Peel- $200
This ultimate resurfacing treatment combines the benefits of a professional surface exfoliation which allows the chemical exfoliation to penetrate more deeply for a maximum benefit. Each session includes a DiamondTome™ microdermabrasion followed by a gentle , lactic peel leaving the skin amazingly soft and hydrated.
SkinMedica® Vitalize Peel – $225
For mild to moderate skin imperfections, the Vitalize peel works to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, sun damage, acne, acne scarring, hyperpigmentation, and melasma. This peel has been shown to enhance collagen production and epidermal thickening. 48 hours after the peel is applied, expect 2-5 days of mild to moderate peeling.
SkinMedica® Rejuvenize Peel – $300
For moderate to severe skin imperfections, the Rejuvenize peel targets the deeper layer of the epidermis for enhanced exfoliation. This peel works to reduce the appearance of moderate to severe lines, wrinkles, sun damage, acne scarring, hyperpigmentation, and melasma. A moderate amount of peeling occurs 3-6 days approximately 2 days after application.
ZO TCA Peel – $325
This is an aggressive peel formulated by Dr. Zein Obagi that blends TCA, Salicylic and Lactic Acid. This peel targets more severe inperfections such as melasma, acne, fine lines, rough texture, large pores and dullness, followed by an at-home treatment that produces longer lasting results than ordinary peels. A moderate to severe amount of peeling is to be expected about 2 days post peel that typically lasts 4-8 days. This peel is suitable for all skin types after being properly prepped for 6 weeks with a high-potency Retinol or Prescription Retin-A.