Medical Peels


Using the latest delivery system, Glytone by Enerpeel ™ is a quick and effective treatment. This process lifts dead skin cells and stimulates the skin’s natural renewal process. A consultation with one of our estheticians will determine which of these peels is right for you.

With a series of these peels skin results may include:

  • Improvement in skin tone and brightness
  • Decrease in fine lines and wrinkles
  • Decrease in environmental skin discoloration
  • Reduction in pore size
  • Improvement in skin texture
  • Decrease in intermittent to permanent redness

A series of four is encouraged to see optimal results.

Eye & Lip

The newest and most revolutionary peel on the market for eyes and lips also Glytone by Enerpeel ™.

  • Increases skin firmness around the lips
  • Decreases sun damage and dark circles
  • Improves appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Improves skin tone and texture

A series of four is encouraged to see full results.

Pre-Treatment Information for Medical Peels

Please be sure that prior to peel you have not:

  • Used isotretinoin (accutane) in the past 12 months
  • Used Retin A or similar medications for 2 weeks
  • Shaved 24 hours prior in the area to be treated
  • Used benzoyl peroxide within 7 days
  • Waxed 7 days prior in the area to be treated
  • Had cosmetic injectables within the last 7 days

The following are contraindicated for medical peels:

  • Rosacea (not contraindicated for mandelic peel)
  • A history of radiation to the treated area
  • Active herpes simplex or infection in the area to be treated
  • A history of hypertrophic scar formation
  • An allergy to the peel ingredients
  • Personal or family history of developing post inflammatory hyperpigmentation
  • Pregnancy, lactation, or the possibility that you will become pregnant in the next 30 days
  • Prior negative reaction to skin treatments including peels
  • Surgery, laser treatment, dermabrasion or other treatments that have not been approved by a skin care professional as appropriate for treatment with a peel

Overview of medications that are contraindicated for peels:

  • Antihistamines
  • Chemotherapy drugs
  • Malaria medications
  • Cardiac medications
  • Diuretics
  • Medications for diabetes
  • Painkillers
  • Skin medications
  • Acne medications
  • Psychiatric medications
  • Antibiotics

For a detailed list of the medications that are contraindicated for peels, please ask at the front desk.

Post Treatment Information for Medical Peels

Flaking and/or peeling may occur for up to 5 days following the procedure. Redness, tightness, and sensitivity can occur for up to 5 days following the procedure.

  • Do not expose treated areas to water for 12 hours post procedure
  • Do not re-introduce any retinoids or other exfoliants (such as salicylic or glycolic) for 5 days post procedure
  • Protect your skin from direct sun for 3 days post procedure
  • Use a broad spectrum sunscreen of 30 SPF or higher every day for no less than 7 days; reapply as necessary
  • Do not wax treated area for 7 days post treatment
  • Avoid hot baths/showers, sweating, and strenuous exercise for one week post procedure
  • Avoid rubbing, picking, and scrubbing treated area; it could lead to scarring
  • Do not use Latisse for 7 days post treatment
  • Do not get cosmetic injectables within the next 14 days​

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