chemical peel richmond va

chemical peels

Wake up looking beautiful

We believe that regular exfoliation is crucial to speed up cell turnover and get you glowing skin. That’s why we opt for peels that can be done more often rather than those that push the skin to the point of inflammation.

What is a chemical Peel?

Chemical peels give you smoother and younger looking skin. This service is a skin resurfacing procedure were a chemical solution is applied to the skin to exfoliate, clear up clogged pores, brighten sun damage, and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

What do Chemical Peels Treat?

This service is ideal for aging skin, sun damaged skin, scarring and acne prone skin. We recommend this service every 2-4 weeks.

What Kind of Chemical Peels do we use?

We use a series of Dermalogica Pro Power Peels:

ultrabright peel

This brightening peel uses 30% Lactic Acid with Phytic Acid, AHA-rich Grape Juice Extract and Mucor Fungal Extract, along with Tangerine Peel, to reduce the appearance of early signs of aging and even skin tone.

advancedRENEWAL peel

This powerful peel uses 30% Glycolic Acid, Phytic Acid and Opuntia (Prickly Pear) Flower Extract to minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

AGEreversal peel

This professional-strength TCA peel with Phytic Acid, Garden Sprout Extract, Soy Genistein and Myristoyl Nonapeptide-3 minimizes the appearance of advanced signs of aging.

pro power eye peel

This special peel is designed to treat the undereye area and crow’s feet, both exfoliating and hydrating in one single step.

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FAQs

We recommend chemical peels every 2-4 weeks.

The following contraindications must always be discussed with your skincare professional. If you have a concern, ask your esthetician or schedule a complementary skin consultation.

  • Use of Accutane®, Retin-A®, or other medications that exfoliate or thin the skin
  • Recent cosmetic surgery or laster resurfacing
  • Easily scars or has hyper-pigmentation tendencies
  • Pregnant or breastfeeding (consult your doctor)
  • Sunburn or irritated skin
  • Open sores or lesions
  • Infectious disease
  • Active Herpes simplex
  • Heart disease
    • Permanent cosmetics–wait 4 weeks

If ever there was a time to emphasize the importance of SPF, it is after a chemical peel! You should avoid being in direct sun exposure for 5-7 days. Protecting your skin from sun damage is a crucial part of glowing, healthy skin.