Peel Table

Peel TypeTreatment GoalStrengthFitz RangeCompositionPrice per peelNotes
Salicylic AcidAcneMild1-6Salicylic Acid 20-30%$50Wash it off five minutes after or the night of the peel.
Glycolic acidAcne, mild discolorationMild1-6Glycolic Acid 30%$75Needs to be washed off right after timed application.
MiamiAcne, Dark Discolorations, MelasmaMild1-6Salicylic Acid, Lactic Acid, Resorcinol, Hydroquinone$100As layers of application increase, so is intensity. OK to keep it on overnight.
VitalizeAcne, Dark Discolorations,
Melasma,
Skin aging, Photodamage
Moderate1-6Salicylic acid,
Lactic Acid,
Resorcinol,
Retinoic Acid
$175Anticipate peeling for 3-7 days. Scaling could be fine to thick layers. Wash off 6 hours after application.
UltraSkin aging,
Photodamage,
Melasma,
Discoloration, Acne Scarring
Moderate, Advanced1-4Salicylic Acid,
Lactic Acid,
Resorcinol,Retinoic Acid
$225Anticipate peeling for 5-9 days. Wash off 6 hours after application. Inform your doctor if you are prone to cold sores.
TCA peelSkin aging,
Photodamage,
Melasma,
Discoloration, Acne Scarring
Moderate, Advanced1-3Trichloroacetic Acid, 30%$250The peel is done by physician. Your skin may be red, hot, and tight after the peel for a few days. Soothing ointment will be applied on your skin after the peel. Anticipate peeling for 5-10 days. Inform your doctor if you are prone to cold sores.

Click the links below for more Peel information:
Introduction to Peels
Superficial vs. Medium vs. Deep
Pre-Peel and Aftercare
Body Peel

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