one of the most common complaints we hear from clients is, “my skin just looks dull.” while there are many contributing factors as to why your skin has lost its luster, one of the biggest reasons is due to lack of exfoliation. as you age, your cell turnover rate slows down, causing dead skin cells to accumulate on the surface, which results in a dull, lifeless complexion

our staple glow-giving products that will bring your skin back to life…

dr. dennis gross peel pads: chemical > mechanical exfoliation ALWAYS. we never use anything abrasive such as scrubs or a clarisonic to exfoliate as they can be very damaging and are a surefire way to spread bacteria. these non-abrasive peel pads contain a combination of acids that work to remove the rough, surface layer of dead skin cells by dissolving the bonds that hold them together without running the risk of damaging/tearing your skin. they also deliver powerful anti-aging actives and nourish the skin for an immediate glowing complexion. see vid on how to use: here

antioxidant serum: your skin is constantly under attack by environmental aggressors such as pollution, smoke, and the sun. pollutants deprive your skin cells of oxygen, causing it to look dull and grimy. they also increase the number of free radicals in the air, which leads to collagen & elastin breakdown- AKA accelerated aging. antioxidants, particularly vitamin C & E, are your greatest defense mechanism when it comes to protecting your skin against free radicals damage *apply serum after toner while the skin is still damp, giving it 30-60 sec to absorb before moving on*

retinoids (retinol/retin-A): promote faster cell turnover, stimulating the production of fresh, new skin cells and encouraging aging/damaged cells to speed up their renewal process, which helps fight acne, fade hyperpigmentation and resurface the skin’s texture for a smooth, even-toned complexion. however, they’re not designed for the faint-of-heart, so make sure you’re educated on how to use them before jumping the gun. you can  see a great explanation of what retinol is here as well as a vid on how to apply: here