Chemical Peels

PCA Peels

PCA Skin superficial peels result in little to no downtime but create dramatic and visible results. Treatments may cause slight redness, tightness, peeling flaking or temporary dryness. Most patients find it unnecessary to apply makeup, as the skin will be smooth, dewy and radiant following your treatment.

PCA Hydroquinone Free Peel

This enhanced Jessner’s solution is ideal for more sensitive skin types, ethnic skin or those allergic to or sensitive to hydroquinone. This treatment will help to rejuvenate and improve the appearance of breakout-prone skin, while also promoting an even, bright skin tone.

PCA Sensi Peel

Sensi Peel® is formulated as a unique peeling option for all patients, including those with highly sensitive skin. This gentle 6% TCA solution will improve surface texture and brighten the skin while helping to promote an even skin tone. This multi-faceted and skin-brightening treatment is an excellent option for sensitive skin and higher Fitzpatrick skin types.

Oxygenating Trio

This antioxidant therapy corrects and prevents free radical damage, as oxidative and environmental stress is one of the more significant contributors to the aging process. This treatment helps stimulate cutaneous oxygenation and circulation, and rejuvenates sluggish, stressed skin as it draws oxygen to the skins surface resulting in radiant, healthy skin. Acenic skin benefits greatly from this treatment.

Glycolic Peel

This resurfacing treatment resurfaces and clarifies skin texture, minimizes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, assists in resolving acne and fades the appearance of discoloration to even skin tone.

Melanage Mini Peel

A powerful combination of acids and retinol to reduce brown spots and stimulate collagen production, dramatically improving overall skin tone. This peel is perfect for uneven skin tone, deep discoloration of the skin and melasma. What is Melasma? According to the American Academy of Dermatology, Melasma is a common skin problem. It causes brown to gray-brown patches, usually on the face. Most people get it on their cheeks, bridge of their nose, forehead, chin, and above their upper lip. It also can appear on other parts of the body that get lots of sun, such as the forearms and neck. Women are far more likely than men to get melasma as hormones seem to trigger this skin problem. It is so common during pregnancy that melasma is sometimes called “the mask of pregnancy.”