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Professional and at-home exfoliating acid peels can help regenerate skin on the arms, legs, chest, and stomach. Although chemical body peels use the same skin-boosting acids as facial peels, they're usually more concentrated. Body peels can be used to correct dryness, rough patches, uneven skin, wrinkles, and acne.

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How does it work?

A chemical peel is the application of a chemical substance such as glycolic acid (AHA) or salicylic acid (BHA) that gently exfoliates the surface. A series of peel treatments improves the appearance of uneven pigmentation while making your skin look softer, smoother, and more radiant.

After a series of treatments you can expect improvement in overall appearance as well as in sunspots, sun damage, acne scars, and dryness. We recommend three sessions 4-6 weeks apart and maintenance treatments every 4 to 12 weeks after that. You will notice improvement after each treatment.

An experienced aesthetician will review your symptoms and recommend which peel and how many treatments are appropriate. Peels can treat a variety of symptoms- active acne, aging, sun damage, pigmentation irregularities, and more. Pricing is custom depending on which solution is chosen and the size of the area treated.

  • SMALL BODY PEEL




    • Knees
    • Elbows
    • Belly line
    • Hands
    • Feet

  • MEDIUM BODY PEEL






    • Bikini
    • Underarms
    • Inner thigh
    • Lower arms
    • Upper arms
    • Chest


  • LARGE BODY PEEL






    • Lower legs
    • Upper legs
    • Lower back
    • Upper back
    • Outer buttocks


* Peels may not be appropriate for women who are nursing or pregnant. Avoid sun exposure after a peel, as skin will be extra sensitive to UV. 

 

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