Peels

Procedures Related to Peels

  1. Microdermabrasion is the manual exfoliation of the outermost layers of the skin using a specially designed microdermabrasion system.  Microdermabrasion and Peels are similar in the fact that they are both used to exfoliate the skin.  The difference between them is that Peels typically produce deeper exfoliation than microdermabrasion for more significant results and are often more effective at oil control for oily skinned or acne prone patients.  Microdermabrasion is often better for those looking for a mild treatment with no peeling or visible sign of treatment.  Learn More >

  2. Fraxel Laser resurfacing is used to erase fine lines and wrinkles and remove spots.  It does this by eliminating damaged skin so that the body replaces it with brand new skin.   Fraxel treatments are typically performed on the full face to ensure consistency and are done in a series of 4 treatments performed at one month intervals.  Results are dramatic and produce skin that looks years younger.   For people who like Peels but are looking for more improvement, Fraxel provides a more significant, more permanent result.  Learn More >

  3. The Obagi Nu-Derm System is an anti-aging therapy that penetrates below the skin’s surface to transform skin cell functions at the cellular level and correct the damage within... revealing healthy, younger-looking skin. Learn more >