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  • Writer's pictureCoralee Shaman

How chemical peels improve the quality of your skin

A chemical peel is a procedure in which a specially formulated chemical solution is applied to your skin to peel skin cells. After the cells slough off, the new skin is smoother and brighter. Your desired outcome will help me determine whether a light or a medium peel is right for you.

Vivier Peel

The Treatment

The Viver Peel is a light chemical peel that takes action on the outer layer of skin (epidermis). It is used to treat fine lines, dull uneven skin tone and dehydrated skin. Most clients come in for a peel every two weeks for a total of six treatments.


  • Tighter, brighter skin

  • Minor blemishes disappear

  • Dewy, fresh glow

Active Ingredients

10%Lactic Acid(hydration), 2%Salicylic Acid(dissolves hardened cells), 14%Resorcinol(anti-aging)

Average Cost

$100 per treatment , packages are available.

Jessner Peel

The Treatment

The Jessner peel is considered a medium-chemical peel because it acts on the upper layer of your middle layer of skin (dermis). This treatment is used to treat acne scars, acne, crepey skin, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation and melasma. Most clients come in every four weeks for a total of four treatments.


  • Even skin tone

  • Scarring minimized

  • Wrinkles softened

Active Ingredients

14%Lactic Acid (hydration) , 14%Salicylic Acid(dissolves hardened cells), 14% Resorcinol(anti-aging)

Average Cost

$120 per treatment, packages are available.

Aftercare for Chemical Peels

It is important to avoid soap for the first 24 hours after a treatment. You may wash your face with the gentle soap. Avoid heavy emollients. The layers slough off better if they dry out. You may resume your normal skincare routine after the exfoliation process is complete.

As always, I am here to answer your questions. I look forward to seeing you soon!


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