Chemical Peels

Types of Peels we offer

Zo “Red Carpet Peel”

Zo “Red Carpet Peel” is a very superficial peel, and is very popular with celebrities, giving it it’s name. Combined with 30% citric, glycolic, and lactic acid, this gentle exfoliant rejuvenates the skin, promoting an instant glow. 

This chemical peel works for all skin types, which helps improve:

  • Acne 
  • Scars
  • Texture
  • Fine lines
  • Wrinkles

The Perfect Derma Peel

The Perfect Derma Peel is a painless treatment with no pre-peel skin preparation, and no downtime! The peel contains a powerful antioxidant, glutathione, which brightens the skin, and diminishes aging, and helps prevent wrinkles. 

Benefits of this treatment:

  • Clear and even skin tone 
  • Reduces and eliminates hyperpigmentation, sun damage, and melasma
  • Improves acneic conditions and reduces acne scars
  • Stimulates the production of collagen, resulting in more firm, youthful skin
  • Reduces the appearance of pores

Glymed Plus Peels

Chemical peel Prices

Visit us to find which chemical peel will best fit your needs!

Chemical Peel Consult | Free

red carpet peel | $150

advanced chemical peel | $200

perfect peel | $399

Frequently Asked Questions

Generally, individuals with fair to medium skin tones and those without active skin infections are good candidates. However, suitability depends on individual skin type and concerns, and a consultation with one of our technicians' is recommended.

Chemical peels work by causing controlled damage to the outer layers of the skin, prompting the skin to regenerate and reveal a fresher, more youthful appearance. The type and strength of the peel determine the depth of penetration and the extent of skin exfoliation.

Chemical peels are effective in addressing a range of skin concerns, including fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars, uneven skin tone, sun damage, and hyperpigmentation.

Recovery time is dependent on the type of the peel. After a chemical peel procedure, your skin may feel tight like a sunburn. A proper skin care regimen is important to speed up the healing process and enhance results. 

There are three main types of chemical peels:

  • Superficial peels: Exfoliate the outer layer of the skin.
  • Medium peels: Penetrate the outer and middle layers of the skin.
  • Deep peels: Reach the middle to deeper layers of the skin.

Superficial peels may cause a mild tingling sensation, while medium and deep peels may involve a more noticeable discomfort. 

Downtime varies based on the type of peel. Superficial peels may result in minimal downtime with some redness, while medium and deep peels may involve a longer recovery period with peeling and redness. Sun protection and post-peel care are crucial.

The frequency of chemical peel treatments depends on the type of peel and individual skin needs. Superficial peels may be done more frequently (every 2-4 weeks), while deeper peels may be spaced out over several months.