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Chemical Peels

Why we love chemical peels

Chemical peels go deeper within the skin layers to reveal beautiful and youthful skin.

Who is suitable for chemical peels

Clients who are prepared with home care and are ready for a peel. This treatment works best for those who are looking for a reduction in acne, acne scars, fine lines, wrinkles and texture.

How do chemical peels work

With our wide range of Alumier MD highly active chemical peels, our skin experts will choose a chemical peel catered to you and your skin concerns. These peels can range from mild to no peeling to heavy peeling so be sure to check your calendar before booking and discuss with our skin experts what results you desire. Chemical peels have a wide range of benefits such as a reduction in acne, acne scars, fine lines, wrinkles, texture and post inflammatory hyperpigmentation.


Both in-person and virtual consultations are available.

Consultations are required prior to booking a deep chemical peel. Our skin expert will ensure which peel you are a candidate for, and will recommend any pre-treatments that may be required.

Light Peels

A mild acid is used to remove the thin, outer layer of skin and gently exfoliates. There is little to no downtime and patients see results in as few as seven days. Our light peels are included in our basic facials — our skin expert will help decide which one suits your skin best.

Deeper Peels

Deep peels go deeper and take longer to heal than superficial peels — 14 days — but are much stronger. A combination of glycolic and salicylic acids are used to dig deeper into the skin, hitting the epidermis (outer layer) and the dermis (middle layer) to remove damaged cells.


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Discover a revolutionary facial transformation with our Deep Peel, free from downtime and recovery! Combining six powerful acids, including TCA (35%), Lactobionic, Salicylic, Tartaric, Citric, and Aminobutyric acid (GABA), this treatment gently reveals your radiant, velvety skin on your face, neck, and décolletage. Reveal your glow today!

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Arrive to your appointment makeup free.

  • Avoid using harsh exfoliants and active skincare such as AHA’s, BHA’s and Vitamin C for 5 days prior to treatment.

  • Avoid unprotected sun exposure.

  • Stop using Retinoids and Hydroquinone for 3 to 5 days before treatment.

  • If you have a history of cold sores, consider preventive treatment with Valtrex or similar starting the day before.

  • Wait at least 14 days after any neuromodulators or fillers injections.
  • Don’t cleanse your skin on the evening of the treatment.

  • Avoid excessive exercise for 48 hours.

  • Don’t use active/exfoliating skincare for 14 days.

  • Avoid hot tubs, swimming pools, saunas, or excessively hot showers for 7 days.

  • Don’t apply ice or cold water to the treated area.

  • Don’t pick or pull on flaking skin during the recovery process.

  • Use the provided post-procedure kit for 5 days starting the morning after the treatment.

  • Avoid direct sunlight or excessive heat. Apply 50 SPF every 2 hours when in indirect sunlight.

Having a chemical peel is usually safe if done by an experienced and suitably qualified skin expert.

  • You may have light to moderate flaking in localized areas for 3 to 7 days.

  • Expect residual redness for 1 to 12 hours after the peel.

  • Your skin may feel tight and pulled on the evening of the peel.

  • You may experience light exfoliation, even if you don’t actually peel.

  • Multiple treatments may be necessary for deeper layers of the skin to peel.

  • Expect tightness, sensitivity, and acute redness.

  • If scabbing occurs, don’t touch it and keep the treatment area moisturized.

  • Use provided post-procedure kit for 5 days to aid in recovery.