Look radiant year-round with a Peel!

Derma Skin Care Clinic offers a variety of chemical peels: * For deeper exfoliation microdermabrasion can be combined with certain chemical peels.

PCA Peel HQ free

This is a modified Jessner's solution that effectively treat's sun damage, active acne, skin texture, and fine lines. The PCA peel gentle exfoliates the skin to even out your complexion. It is also a great treatment for sensitive or ethnic skin types.

Ultra Peel 1 & 2

These are combinations of lactic acid and TCA-- good for all skin types, conditions, and sensitivities. The Ultra peel helps treat acne, pigment problems, aging skin, dehydrated/asphyxiated skin types. This treatment helps with skin strengthening, plumping, hydrating, and helps clear your complexion of debris creating a smooth appearance.

Youth Recovery Peel

This peel is an anti-aging peel that has a combination of lactic, glycolic, and salicylic acid. Recommended for photo-damaged skin to help lighten, brighten, and tighten the skin. This peel reveals new smoother, healthier, and more radiant skin.

Pumpkin Peel

This peel unites exfoliation with reducing free radical stress by adding nutritional vitamins and enzymes into the skin. The Pumpkin peel is packed with vitamin A which helps to increase your cellular turnover rate to stimulate collagen. The peel also helps to diminish active acne, acne scaring and fine lines.

Sensi Peel

Sensi Peel is ideal for all skin types, including sensitive and ethnic. The Sensi peel will strengthen and brighten the skin while helping to treat sun damage and other forms of hyperpigmentation. This multi-faceted treatment also provides anti-inflammatory, anti-acne and antibacterial action, making it an excellent choice for helping calm rosacea, as redness and inflammation can subside substantially after treatment. Call for pricing and to determine what chemical peel is right for you. Schedule Your FREE Consultation DermaSpa Monthly Specials

What is a chemical peel?

Chemical peels are good for all skin types from sensitive to problematic. These peels chemically exfoliate the skin by using acids such as, alpha hydroxy acids and beta hydroxy acids to accelerate cell renewal, stimulating collagen and improving elastin fibers in the dermis. Peels can help improve acne scarring, fine lines, sun damage or pigmentation, and help produce smoother, more even-toned skin. Chemical peels help break up the bonds that hold together the aged and sloughing skin cells that mask the fresher, younger skin. Peels leave your skin hydrated and glowing. For the best results, a chemical peel can be combined with microdermabrasion and intense pulsed light to reveal youthful, brilliant skin.

How is a chemical peel performed?

First, your skin will be thoroughly cleansed. Your peel will then be applied to the skin in layers. The fine layers are allowed to slowly penetrate into the skin, causing a slight tingling sensation. The entire process takes anywhere from 15-30 minutes. The skin may have some immediate redness and then may flake or peel over the next several days, revealing younger, fresher looking skin.

What should I do before and after my peel?

Before your Chemical Peel
  • No Alpha hydroxy products or retinoids such as Retin A or Renova, or any products containing acids for 7 days prior to your peel.
  • No sun exposure for 10 days prior to your peel.
  • No tanning for 2-3 weeks prior to your peel.
  • Avoid all electrolysis, waxing, depilatory, laser, or IPL treatments for 14 days prior to your peel.
  • No collagen, Restylane®, or Botox® for 7 days prior to your peel.
After your Chemical Peel
  • Avoid water on the treated areas for 24 hours after your peel.
  • Use a sunscreen with SPF 20-45 with zinc or titanium oxide daily for at least two weeks.
  • No tanning for 2-3 weeks after your peel.
  • You may experience varying degrees of peeling. Do not use an exfoliant for at least 7 days.
  • Do not pick at any areas of blistering or crusting.
  • You can expect redness that could last up to two days.
  • No Alpha hydroxy products or retinoids such as Retin A or Renova, or any products containing acids for 7 days after your peel.
  • Avoid all electrolysis, waxing, laser, or IPL treatments for 14 days after your peel.