facial peels

would you like to improve on:

  • oily, clogged skin?
  • sun damaged, uneven skin spots?
  • scaly, rough, aged skin?
  • fine lines and wrinkles?

our customized salicyclic, glycolic and TCA peels will help you get the bright, beautiful skin you need. dermal regeneration results in more even color, smoother texture, and a healthier glow.


patient is a 44 year old woman who underwent 2 peel treatments (30% salicylic acid peel and then a deeper 25% TCA peel) over two months. the left photograph is before any treatment, the middle photograph is 2 weeks after the second peel during the recovery phase, and the right photograph is 4 weeks after the TCA peel. patient also underwent a customized skin care regimen treatment during this process.

patient is a 44 year old woman who underwent 2 peel treatments (30% salicylic acid peel and then a deeper 25% TCA peel) over two months.

the left photograph is before any treatment, the middle photograph is 2 weeks after the second peel during the recovery phase, and the right photograph is 4 weeks after the TCA peel.

patient also underwent a customized skin care regimen treatment during this process.


all our peels are medical grade and subject to medical consultation.

contact us to schedule your more beautiful skin today:

  • salicylic acid  - $150
  • glycolic acid - $150
  • Jessner's (Vitalize) peel - $150
  • TCA peel - $300

courtesy of SkinMedica Corp.

courtesy of SkinMedica Corp.


Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

how does a peel work? -peels are chemical applications applied to skin to remove damaged outer layers. light peels result in less redness and more gradual results; medium to deep peels require longer recovery but result in more dramatic improvements. peels also allow ointments and creams to penetrate deeper, enhancing your existing skin care regimen.

what are the risks of a peel? - medical grade peels, when performed by a qualified and experienced medical professional, is usually very safe. patients should proceed carefully if they have a darker skin complexion, a history of abnormal skin healing or scarring, frequent cold sores, or have used certain acne treatments (such as Accutane) within the past year.

which peel is best for acne treatment? - salicylic acid works well to penetrate oily skin, reducing breakouts and tightening pores. it is also antibacterial. most patients will start with one or two salicyclic acid or Jessner's peels for general skin brightening and toning prior to advancing to deeper peel treatment.

how many peels should i receive? - lighter peels (salicylic and glycolic acids) are typically done on a monthly basis for skin maintenance. deeper peels such as TCA are generally done once every 4 to 6 months for more aggressive treatment. we are also glad to recommend skin products for your overall care as well.


courtesy of SkinMedica Corp

courtesy of SkinMedica Corp