Microneedling / Chemical Peel


$175 | 75 min 

Package of 3  $450

-Collagen Induction Therapy, or CIT, utilizes tiny needles to make micro openings
in the top layer of the skin, thus stimulating the lower layers to produce more
collagen and elastin. Just as you have to stress muscle fibers to build more
muscle, this stress on the lower layers of skin will stimulate the body to self repair
with more structural support.
-Fine micro surgical titanium steel needles penetrate the skin without major
damage or pain.
-The micro trauma to the skin activates blood to the trauma site, which releases
growth factors and in return creates the cellular matrix.


Superficial Peel:

$55 | 25 min  

Alpha-hydroxy acid or another mild acid is used to penetrate only the outer layer of skin to gently exfoliate it. The treatment is used to improve the appearance of mild skin discoloration and rough skin as well as to refresh the face, neck, chest or hands.

Cleanse | Prep  |  Peel  | Serum  | SPF

Add Vitamin A+ Peptide  $15

4 peels: $180  with vitamin A+  $220

For best results with Lactic/Glycolic peels, it's recommended that you do a series of  4-6 peels spaced 1-2 weeks apart.

Glycolic Acid

  • Skin smoothing and strengthening
  • Regenerating/cell turnover
  • Most popular AHA because it penetrates stratum corneum fastest
  • Made from sugar cane  

Lactic Acid 

  • Hydrating, increase water-holding capacity of Stratum corneum
  • Regenerating/cell turnover
  • Made from milk
  • Good for small pores, dehydrated skin 

10% TCA Depigmentation Peel

Great for all skin tones, but carefully formulated for creating an even skin tone and texture for darker skin types. Perfect for hyperpigmentation and melasma.


Who is not a candidate for a chemical peel? 

The procedure is not recommended for individuals with infections, active skin disease, cut or broken skin, sunburns or active Herpes simplex 1 sores. Other counter-indications include patients who are:

Nursing or pregnant.

Have taken Accutane in last six months.

Have psoriasis, eczema, dermatitis or rosacea.

Have used Retin-A, Renova, prescription skin care products, products that contain ascorbic acid, bleaching or skin-lightening agents or other acid-based products in the last 48 hours.