Chemical Peel Treatments

A peel is a chemical exfoliation treatment that uses AHAs to stimulate the skin’s renewal process, improving the appearance of fine lines, pigmentation, acne, tone, texture, and smoothness. Peel treatments remove superficial dead cells and debris that create dullness, uneven texture, bacteria formation, and—in turn—certain acne conditions.

These treatments activate cell renewal, encourage collagen production, and prepare the skin to receive active ingredients, nutrients, and antioxidants, leaving the skin looking vibrant, with improved clarity and vitality. Peels are non-invasive and require no recovery time. Sunscreen must be used daily, and makeup can be applied following the peel.


The benefits

They stimulate natural collagen production, even out skin tone, improve hyperpigmentation, and make dark spots fade away. They can brighten and lighten your skin and improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. These treatments will help with dry or dehydrated skin and improve acne or acne-prone skin types. A peel will also remove dead skin cells, toxins, and debris that clog up pores. They will improve the overall appearance of your skin and help your skin maintain ideal pH levels.

  • brightens and evens out skin tone.
  • treats acne and acne scars.
  • smooth out rough skin texture.
  • treats wrinkles and fine lines.
  • lightens hyperpigmentation.

Our types of peels


Salicylic acids derived from salt.

This salt is used for oily and acne-prone skin.


Glycolic acids derived from sugar cane.

Used for normal aging skin and to brighten and lighten the skin.


Lactic acids derived from milk.

Used for calming, redness, or very sensitive skin types.

The Results


What to expect?

Salicylic acids go deeper than any other acid and keep working beneath the skin for 8 to 10 days after your treatment. Our specialist will talk to you about post-care products, as well as the products to use to prepare your skin before starting a treatment. This acid is great for treating acne, acne-prone skin types, deep wrinkles and fine lines, pigmentation, and more; it also stimulates collagen production.

Our acne treatment protocol starts with a three-week at-home skin care routine with an acne kit, followed by six treatments, with four weeks between each peel. You will also need a post-treatment kit to use for 8 to 10 days following each treatment.Glycolic/lactic acid peels are usually combined in one treatment for an exfoliating yet calming effect. This treatment is ideal for sensitive skin types and can also treat redness. The acids exfoliate the surface of the skin, while providing a deep cleaning of the pores.

These 20-minute treatments can be performed every 2 to 3 weeks, if needed. We suggest having a treatment done at least every change of season, but they can be done every month or whenever you feel that they are needed.