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What is a skin peel?


A skin peel, also known as a chemical peel, is a science base treatment that when properly adminstered, offers one of the most powerful non-surgical skin improvements available. It involves the application of highly specialized acid and enzyme solutions to remove the damaged layers of cells from the skin's outer surface--revealing more glowing youthful skin.


Peels remove cellular buildup and stimulate skin regeneration, revealing visible improvements. This includes reduced wrinkles and fine lines, pore size, oil production, and the apperance of blemishes, as well as improved skin tone and hydration for a more vibrant appereance. Skin peels may be especially beneficial in the treatment of hyperpigmentation, rosacea, acne, sun damage, and photo aging.


What to expect?


Due to the high level of skin exfoliation associated with skin peels, clients may experience some discomfort following treatment. While a majority of clients describe any discomfort as very manageable, experience may vary depending on the type of skin peel administered and an individual's pain tolerance. Most clients agree that any discomfort is offset by the dramatic improvements attained in skin appearance.


You will receive specific instructions to follow after your procedure, the course is as important to successful results as the peel itself. Post care treatment will include occlusive healing balms, epidermal growth factor for cell renewal and wound repair, calming topicals to reduce itching and inflammation, also sunscreen.


After skin has healed, daily skin care is essential to maintaining results. A recommended daily clenaser and sunblock in addition to a supportive cell rejuvenator are essentials. Addicitional speciality products such as pumice and buffing washes, antioxidants, eye serums, nightime moistureizers, AHAs, ascorbic acids, retinols, enzymes, masks and topical correctives may be prescribed based on your indivdual needs.


Types of Peels:

No Down Time/Lunch Time Peel:


A no down time peel that is offered all year around (Yes even in with the Texas heat), this peel does not require post care. This gentle yet effective peel is also known as a lunchtime peel because it has zero downtime and can be done on your lunch hour and only a quick 30 minutes,  leaving your skin brighter, softer and a refined texture. 


The no downtime lunch time peel is designed to rejuvenate the skin and reduce lines wrinkles and other signs of aging, even out pigmentation and help lessen scars


This highly effective peel works by removing dead skin cells through the progressive application of a gentle acid formula. The acids works by reducing cell buildup while rejuvenating the skin and helping reduce fine lines and wrinkles and overall improving the skin.


What do you expect with no down time lunch time peel?  You may experience mild tingling  while the peel is on the skin but it is not hurt. treatments typically last about 30 minutes however for those that like longer treatments and more relaxation, you can opt for the celluma LED light therapy to be added on. Both treatments are finished with a specialized mask addressing your concerns. The longer treatment also includes Led light therapy. 30 mins - $85 … 50 mins - $125


SIDE NOTE: After the treatment your skin may appear slightly pink but this generally fades quite quickly; within a few hours. You will notice a difference in your skin immediately after treatment but results are progressive and will also improve over the next few weeks. for optimum results most people opt for multiple treatments administered at intervals prescribed by your skilled and certified specialist. 




A progressive skin peel is the mildest course of treatment, removing only the outer layer of the stratum corneum with no visible peeling. Repeated treatments on a regular schedule, up to once a week, will cause mild exfoliation of the skin with cumulative effects. This is best described as a mild, yet refining peel. $105




A mid-depth skin peel targets the intra-epidermal layer, skin exfoliation occurs within two to three days of treatment. Light flaking may occur, similar to a sunburn peel. May be administered every four to six weeks as needed. A mid-depth peel can offer rejuvenative effects with minimal to no down time. $175




A Deep skin peel reaches the deepest intra-epidermal layers where skin peels in large segments. Skin becomes brown and crusted prior to considerable peeling, occuring three to four days after application. The typical recovery period lasts seven to ten days, with treatment allowed up to twice per year. A Deep peel restores and renews skin with the most dramatic results. $250 




***Please note that before any peel will be performed, you must have a consultation and preferably a facial to learn your skin 



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