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HANDS OF TIME.
EXFOLIATION AND REJUVENATION
As we age, our skin’s ability to turn over decreases. Dead cells that were easily sloughed off at 21, stick around for a lot longer at 41. The result is:
Dull looking skin
Brown, sun spots
Crepey, uneven texture
Fine lines & wrinkles
A chemical peel is an excellent way to reverse many of these early signs of aging. It is basically exfoliation on steroids. And as anyone who reads health or beauty magazines knows, exfoliating the skin is one of the fastest and easiest ways to look more youthful.
3-5 treatments are recommended for ultimate results for most treatments.
Dermaplaning is an exfoliating treatment for the removal of dead skin and peach fuzz. It has no down time and it will give you a smooth foundation application.
DERMAPLANING WITH MICRO-PEEL $130
A Skinceuticals Mild peel with Lactic Acid is applied after Dermaplaning for added exfoliation, brightening and hydration. It has no downtime and it is suitable even for the most sensitive skin, conditions as rosacea, thin skin and excessive dryness.
ADVANCED CORRECTIVE PEEL* $150
Formulated with an exclusive blend of clinical-grade acids and a maximized peel concentration of phenylethyl resorcinol, Advanced Corrective Peel dramatically diminishes the appearance of discoloration, while smoothing texture and refining the appearance of pores, to restore a brighter, more clarified skin tone. For optimal results, a series of 4 treatments every 4 weeks is recommended.
Improves the appearance of stubborn discoloration
Evens skin tone and texture
Helps minimize the appearance of enlarged pores
This minimally invasive non-surgical procedure utilizes surgical grade sterile needles to penetrate the skin. The resulting micro injuries promote the body’s natural production of collagen to smooth and soften scars, wrinkles, fine lines and even out skin discolorations. This process, also referred to as Collagen Induction Therapy, offers long-lasting results. A series of 4-8 treatments is recommended.
Peels, Before and After
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