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Skin Care

Chemical&Enzyme Peels

A chemical peel uses a chemical solution to remove layers of skin, revealing the more youthful skin underneath. Chemical peels can reduce or improve fine lines and wrinkles, acne, scars, uneven skin coloring and other skin imperfections. Different chemicals determine the depth of your peel and type of skin condition treated.


An enzyme peel is a type of chemical exfoliator, which utilizes natural enzymes that dissolve dead skin cells. To clarify, these enzymes are proteins that accelerate chemical reactions within the body and occur naturally. In fact, there are several different types of enzymes, however most skincare formulations utilize protein-degrading enzymes (protease) that are derived from fruits.

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What is the difference between Enzyme & Chemical peels?

Both peels are considered chemical exfoliators that are used to regenerate and rejuvenated skin, they work on different levels.

  • Enzyme face peels are mild exfoliators that work only on the surface layer of skin and exfoliate only dead cells. Since natural enzymes provide gentle exfoliation, they can be used by all skin types. But in general, they work better for sensitive, irritated and congested skin, and for those who can’t tolerate chemical peels or didn’t try them yet.

  • Chemical peels provide more intense and deeper exfoliation. Instead of using enzymes, this more aggressive treatment utilizes alpha hydroxy acids (glycolic, lactic, malic, mandelic) and beta hydroxy acid (salicylic acid). In addition to exfoliating dead skin on the surface level, these acids also penetrate into deeper layers of skin, and depending on the concentration of the peel they can exfoliate healthy living cells as well.

Overall, enzyme peels are considered more natural and safer exfoliating option than chemical peels. However, if your skin is used to chemical peels, then enzyme peels might be too mild for your skin, and you might feel like there is no significant difference after the treatment.

What skin concerns do a chemical peel treat?

Chemical peels are used to treat certain skin conditions or to improve your appearance by improving the tone and texture of your skin.

Chemical peels are most commonly performed on your face, neck or hands. They can help reduce or improve:

  • Fine lines under your eyes or around your mouth and wrinkling caused by sun damage, aging and hereditary factors.

  • Certain types of acne.

  • Mild scarring.

  • Sun spots, age spots, liver spots, freckles, uneven skin coloring.

  • Precancerous scaly spots called actinic keratosis.

  • Rough skin, scaly patches, dull complexion.

  • Dark patches (melasma)


What are the benefits of an enzyme peel?

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One of the main advantages of enzyme face peel is its ability to gently exfoliate skin without causing irritation while providing immediate visible results. Even though an enzyme peel is more mild and doesn’t exfoliate skin as deep as alpha/beta hydroxy peels, it still provides many benefits similar to chemical peels. In fact, enzyme peel for skin is mainly known for its superb brightening and rejuvenating properties. Additional benefits of enzyme peel include:

  • Reveals brighter complexion

  • Evens out skin tone

  • Improves skin texture

  • Reduces age spots, sun damage and pigmentation

  • Improves appearance of scars

  • Minimizes fine lines & wrinkles

  • Refines pores

  • Improves overall appearance of skin

  • Improves product absorption

  • Safe for sensitive and irritated skin

  • Doesn’t increase sun sensitivity

What are the different types of chemical peels?

Acne | Advanced BHA

Blend of AHA's and BHA's with protective agents to effectively treat all grades of acne. Skin type indications: Acne, oily, acne-prone, aging. (Includes aftercare kit)

Full Price: $145

Types of Peels

Lightening | Lightening Forte

Lactic acid blended with kojic acid and a cocktail of brightening agents to reduce all forms of pigmentation. Skin type indications: Pigmentation, aging, dry/dehydrated, uneven skin tone, age spots, redness-prone. (Uneven Skin Tone & Pigmentation) (Includes aftercare kit)

Full Price: $145

Wrinkle | Wrinkle Forte

Ultra-resurfacing blend of glycolic acid combined with retinol to visibly reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Skin type indications: Aging, wrinkles, rough complexion, uneven skin tone, smokers' skin, tired/dull skin, oily/acne. (Includes aftercare kit)

Full Price: $145

Perfection | Perfection Forte

This distinct blend of active exfoliants works synergistically to visibly reduce the appearance of fine lines, correct uneven skin tone, smooth rough texture and reduce acne blemishes. Skin type indications: Aging, pigmentation, acne. (Advanced Treatment of Aging, Pigmentation and Acne)


Full Price: $145

What are the different types of enzyme peels?

Ormedic Peel

Organic ingredients with medical effectiveness work to rebalance, , regenerate and restore skin while comfrey stem cells boost cellular turnover. Skin type indications: unbalanced, irritated, sensitive. (Safe for: Pregnant, Cancer Patients, Teens & Hormonal Imbalanced Skin) (Includes aftercare kit)

Full Price: $145

Signature Facelift

Vitamin C and fruit enzymes blended in an organic aloe vera base visibly redness and brighten the skin while hyaluronic acid provides superior hydration. Skin type indications: Redness-prone, dry/dehydrated, smoker's skin, tired/dull, post-microdermabrasion, oily/acne. (Rosacea, Dehydrated & Dull Skin) (Includes aftercare kit)

Full Price: $145

Combine dermaplaning and a peel for a dermapeel to get even better results!

Dermapeel - 60 minutes
All-in-one Dermaplaning and Peel

This dual-action treatment is the perfect glow-getter option for instantly revealing healthier, smoother, and more radiant-looking skin without any downtime. The dermapeel pairs the gentle exfoliation of a dermaplane with a boost of a low-grade medical peel for a treatment that rejuvenates your overall appearance.

Full retail: $150

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