Everyone’s skin changes over time due to many factors including age and environment. In turn we have developed several skin resurfacing treatments based on skin types and desired outcomes. First we will determine the appropriate level of treatment for your skin. With that in mind we will explain what options are available. Together we will create a personal, customized treatment plan.
Skin needs to be prepared ahead of time before resurfacing. Prior to receiving your first treatment we will prescribe a skin care program to prepare your skin for the series of resurfacing treatments.
Microdermabrasion is a method of exfoliating or removing dead skin cells on the surface of the skin. Dead skin, oils, and dirt left on the skin can cause unsightly complexion problems. Microdermabrasion removes unwanted dead cells and stimulates the production of healthy new skin cells. The procedure also reduces fine lines, age spots, blemishes, scarring, and stretch marks. We recommend a series of 6-8 treatments for optimum results. $100
Peeling agents are used to treat skin conditions associated with aging including wrinkles, ﬁne lines, lax skin, hyper-pigmentation and acne. $375 (the price is for three peels with a forth complimentary)
This pharmaceutical-grade peeling treatment incorporates two different resurfacing modalities to produce more advanced results. $450 (the price is for three peels with a forth complimentary)
Three different pharmaceutical-grade peeling agents are applied to the skin, in addition to Retinol. Perfect for treating stubborn pigmentation, deep wrinkles and speciﬁc types of acne. $525 (the price is for three peels with a forth complimentary)
This series of treatments involves four resurfacing treatments in each session. Before you begin the series you will receive a “release” peel that will shed your top layers of dead skin, to reveal a fresher layer of skin. $600 (the price is for three peels with a forth complimentary)
Important Information on Skin Resurfacing
It is very important to follow all pre and post treatment plans. Given the nature of skin resurfacing, as aestheticians we must require client compliance. It is a professional obligation we take extremely seriously. Your appearance, and the health of your skin depends upon it. If your skin appears not to have been adequately prepared, or the results were not achieved (in spite of doing everything right), we must refuse to provide treatment.