All of our peels are customized to your individual skin needs and formulated using the science of chirality for optimum efficacy. These Rhonda Allison skin peels feature only the purest, highest grade ingredients for maximum results that are naturally scientific.
A skin peel is a technique which involves the application of a variety of acid solutions to remove the damaged outer layers of dead skin cells from the skin’s surface. By removing the build-up of dead skin cells and stimulating the regenerative process, you receive noticeable improvements in the look of your skin. These improvements include: wrinkles and fine lines, texture and tone of the skin, hydration, reduced pore size, clearing of blemishes and more balanced oil production and an overall healthier skin appearance.
What peeling depth is good for my skin?
It is a common misconception that the higher the peel percentage, the stronger the peel. We are all so different, strength in peels is relative to the skin they are touching. Someone with Rosacea may benefit just as deeply from a progressive peel as would someone with thick, leathery skin a deep peel. Your skin care provider will assess your skin needs to provide you the best treatment unique to you.
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We will not perform a peel on a first time VŌG Skincare client or on a current client that we have not seen in the previous 2 months.
A Skin Consultation or an Express Facial will be required prior to a peel for first time clients or if 2+ months have passed since previous facial.
All prices listed below are the base price for each treatment. Price may increase depending on esthetician or additions made while in treatment room.
This peel removes the outer layer of the stratum corneum, which is also the topmost layer of the epidermis. It produces little to no visible exfoliation, characterized by mild flaking. This can be best described as a gentle yet refining peel.
Targets the intra-epidermal layer, skin exfoliation occurs within two to three days of treatment. Light flaking may occur, similar to that of a sunburn peel.
Reaches the deepest intra-epidermal layers where the skin peels in large segments. The skin becomes brown and crusted prior to considerable peeling, occurring three to four days after application. The typical recovery period is 7 to 10 days. A deep peel restores and renews skin with the most dramatic results.
Not sure which peel is best for you?
Contact us now or schedule the Progressive Peel and let your esthetician assess your skin's health and guide you to the best option at your appointment.