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During a chemical peel, a solution applied to the skin causes a chemical reaction that peels away the top layers of skin and stimulates regrowth of new, younger-looking skin.
The depth of a chemical peel and type of acid solution used are determined by Dr. Shafer and Master Esthetician Dex Phillip based on the extent of wrinkles and skin damage, and your goals and skin type.
Types of Peels
Superficial peel Glycolic Acid
Medium depth peel TCA
Learn about the types of chemical peel.
Chemical peels are effective for the fine wrinkles around the mouth, cheeks, eyes and forehead. A partial peel may be combined with other facial treatments such as Botox or dermal fillers to enhance results. Skin peels also can be used to diminish brown skin discoloration, minor acne scars, oily, red or scaly skin, and pore size. Chemical peels do not treat large pores or serious acne scars.
VI Peel | 30 Min
A unique and revolutionary medical grade chemical peel designed to achieve
dramatic results after just one treatment. Also, safe for all skin types. The VI Peel will improve the tone, texture and clarity of the skin; reduce or eliminate age spots,
freckles, and hyper-pigmentation, including melasma, soften lines and wrinkles; clear acne skin conditions; reduce or eliminate acne scars; and stimulate the production of collagen, for firmer, more youthful skin. Vi Peel also works well in conjunction with lasers, injectables and post surgical procedures.
Clinical Peel Treatments | 30 Min
A minimally invasive skin resurfacing procedure using medical grade ingredients to
improve the tone and texture of your skin.
• Superficial Glycolic Peel
• Salicylic Peel
• Lactic Peel
• TCA Peel
• Kojic Skin Lightening Peel