Facial Treatment Duration: 30 Minute

30 Minute

Fully Customizable Treatment

This unique three-acid approach provides deep exfoliation and resurfacing that is 100% personalized to you.

Recommended for:

Fine lines
Uneven pigmentation

Key Benefits:

Resurface skin
Smooth skin
Targets darks spots and hyperpigmentation

A power peel, also known as a microdermabrasion or chemical peel, is a cosmetic procedure designed to exfoliate the skin, improve texture, and address various skin concerns such as fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars, and hyperpigmentation. Here’s an overview of the power peel, its types, benefits, and considerations:
Types of Power Peels

1. Microdermabrasion:
◦ Mechanical Exfoliation: Uses a handheld device with a diamond-tipped or crystalemitting wand to gently sand the skin, removing the outermost layer of dead skin
◦ Suction Mechanism: Simultaneously vacuums away the exfoliated particles and
◦ Benefits: Improves skin texture, reduces fine lines, and unclogs pores. 2. Chemical Peels:
◦ Superficial Peels: Use mild acids like alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) or beta hydroxy
acids (BHAs) to gently exfoliate the outermost layer of the skin.
◦ Medium Peels: Use stronger acids like glycolic or trichloroacetic acid (TCA) to
penetrate deeper layers of the skin.
◦ Deep Peels: Use powerful acids like phenol to reach the deeper layers of the skin,
providing more dramatic results but requiring longer recovery times.

Benefits of Power Peels

1. Exfoliation: Removes dead skin cells, promoting cell turnover and revealing fresher, more youthful skin.
2. Improved Skin Texture: Smooths rough patches and improves overall skin tone.
3. Reduction of Fine Lines and Wrinkles: Stimulates collagen production, which can help
reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
4. Acne and Scar Treatment: Can help reduce acne breakouts and minimize the appearance of acne scars.
5. Hyperpigmentation and Sun Damage: Helps fade dark spots, sun spots, and other forms of hyperpigmentation.
6. Enhanced Skincare Product Absorption: Allows skincare products to penetrate more
effectively, enhancing their benefits.


1. Skin Type: Not all skin types are suitable for every type of peel. It's essential to consult with a professional to determine the best option for your skin.
2. Downtime: Superficial peels and microdermabrasion typically have minimal downtime, while medium and deep peels may require several days to weeks of recovery.
3. Side Effects: Possible side effects include redness, sensitivity, peeling
4. Frequency: Depending on the type of peel and skin concerns, treatments can range from once a month to a series of treatments spaced a few weeks apart.

Aftercare Tips

1. Sun Protection: Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen daily to protect the newly exposed skin from UV damage.
2. Gentle Skincare: Avoid using harsh exfoliants, retinoids, or other potent active ingredients for a few days post-treatment.
3. Hydration: Keep the skin well-hydrated with a gentle, non-comedogenic moisturizer.
4. Avoid Heat and Sweating: For a few days after the treatment, avoid hot showers, saunas, and intense physical activity to prevent irritation.Power peels can be an effective way to rejuvenate the skin and address various skin concerns. Consulting with a skincare professional can help you choose the best treatment for your specific needs and ensure safe and effective results.