Remove the damaged outer layers of the skin to improve tone and texture with a medical grade peel…

One of the simplest ways to transform the appearance of your skin is with a medical-grade chemical peel. they improve the skin’s tone and texture by removing the dead and damaged outer layers to reveal the fresh, new layer beneath. they’re used to treat many common conditions such as acne, sun damage, fine lines, and scars

types of peels…

The most common types of chemical peels are AHA’s and BHA’s (Alpha and Beta Hydroxy Acids). they come in different strengths and pH levels, which determines how deep the peel will penetrate. the lower the pH, the stronger the peel.

AHA’s: are water-soluble and preferred for dry, damaged, and uneven complexions. they hold moisture to the skin and require little to no downtime. the most common AHA’s include:

  • glycolic acid (derived from sugar cane) and penetrates the deepest for repair
  • lactic acid (derived from milk) and less irritating than glycolic. great for addressing rosacea and sensitive skin

BHA’s: are oil-soluble, meaning they’re able to penetrate into pores. this characteristic makes them ideal for those with oily, acne-prone skin. they’re also anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial

  • salicylic acid (derived from willow tree bark). the only BHA peel available *can dry out the skin*


retail vs. professional…

While AHA and BHA products can be found at any retail store, the FDA enforces concentration guidelines for the safety of consumers, so if you’re looking for a deeper peel, book with a professional and discuss your options