Chemical peels are used to improve the skin's appearance by applying a chemical solution to the skin to exfoliate the skin and help with skin tone and texture. Chemical peels remove dead skin cells from the surface of the skin, allowing products to penetrate. Chemical peels create a smoother, more redefined texture. Customized peels can also reduce oiliness, clogged pores, and reduce pore appearance. Chemical peels are a highly popular way to improve the texture and look of skin.
Glycolic acid peel treatments help minimize the visible signs of aging and improve and smooth the texture of the facial skin. For optimal results we recommend six treatments at two week intervals. Following the initial course of treatments we suggest a maintenance regimen of one or two peels at eight to twelve week intervals.
The Beta peel is a salicylic acid peel perfect for revitalizing and rejuvenating appearance. This peel leaves skin with a healthy youthful smooth and tight appearance, reduces fine lines and wrinkles, and makes skin tone more even. Because the Beta peel penetrates the pores, the effect on oily or acne-prone skin and superficial scars and hyperpigmentation is remarkable. For optimal results we recommend three to six treatments at one month intervals, followed by maintenance as needed.
Microdermabrasion intensely exfoliates and resurfaces the skin that removes dead and damaged surface layers of skin cells to reveal healthy fresh skin. This treatment offers a tailored exfoliation with an infusion of medical grade topical solutions offering an advanced customizable treatment targeted for concerns such as acne, dry skin, discoloration, uneven skin texture, photo damage, and fine lines. Microdermabrasion is a painless soothing treatment that stimulates blood flow, removes skin debris and encourages collagen production thus firming and toning the skin. Patients see a noticeable skin improvement with fewer treatments and less irritation to the skin as well as increased efficacy as compared to other microdermabrasion systems. Improvement can be seen in as little as one or two treatments; however a series of six at two to three week intervals is most effective.