Chemical Peels


A superficial chemical peel is a minimally invasive procedure in which acid-based solution is applied to the face or decolletage to remove dead skin cells. After several minutes the solution is removed revealing smoother, more refined-looking skin.

A GLYCOLIC PEEL involves applying a solution of Glycolic Acid to the skin removing damaged cells from the top layer revealing younger, smoother skin. The standard treatment plan is 4-6 peels, 2-3 weeks apart.

A RADIANCE PEEL is most effective on mature skin. It is a combination of three acids which exfoliate the uppermost damaged skin layers, leaving your skin fresh, renewed, and radiant. Noticeable results will be seen after one treatment 2-3 peels are recommended for best results, two weeks apart.

A BLUE PEEL is a significant advancement in skin rejuvenation. Using Trichlorocetic Acid, the Blue Peel enables the physician to control the depth of the peel to achieve optimal results. It is appropriate for all skin types. Depending on the condition of your skin, 1-4 coats of the Blue Peel will be applied. One to two coats will provide exfoliation and is limited to the epidermis. Three to four coats will reach the papillary dermis and is considered a deeper peel. A bluish tint will remain on the skin and will usually wash off in 48 to 72 hours. A person’s skin will begin to peel within 2-3 days and should be healed in an average of 7 to 10 days. The Blue Peel is a medium peel, therefore, it will take an average of 2 to 3 layers to obtain the maximum desired improvement in wrinkles, scars, or large pores.


  • Improves skin’s appearance
  • Reduces sun damage
  • Diminishes fine lines and wrinkles
  • Stimulates collagen
  • Lightens age spots
  • Treats acne scars
  • Evens out coloration
  • No down time



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