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Spooky Season

It’s Spooky Season which means it’s officially Peel Season!


When To Do a Chemical Peel:


After the summer months our skin needs a little extra care. Excessive sun exposure causes hyper-pigmentation, also know as, sun damage or sun spots. The winter months are ideal for peeling because the cooler weather minimizes the risk of irritation from excessive heat and sweating.


What is a Chemical Peel:


A chemical peel is a controlled burn to the outer layer of the skin. The outer layer of skin on our faces is dead skin, so a chemical peel sloughs all of that off to reveal a fresh, baby-smooth canvas. The peel solution is composed of a combination of very potent active ingredients in acid form. These customized and carefully curated blends work together to give the skin a youthful and “raydiant” glow.


What Does a Peel Treat/Improve?


Hyperpigmentation

Acne

Scarring

Texture

Skin tone

Superficial fine lines and wrinkles


Commonly Asked Q&A:


How long does it last?

5-7 days


Does it hurt?

You can expect sensitivity and mild itchiness/irritation


Do I need more than one?

One peel is a great and effective stand alone treatment. All all services are recommended that the more you do, the better the results.


Things to Avoid While Peeling:


Excessive sweating

Direct sun exposure

Saunas

AHAs/BHAs, Retinol, exfoliants/ any other active ingredients

Picking the peeling skin

Other facial/injectable services for 2 weeks post peel



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