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This PCA combination treatment reduces skin yellowing, hyperpigmentation, and inflammation. Its appropriate for all skin types concerned with discoloration. This treatment targets glycation, vascular dysfunction, and melanogenesis by combining the Sensi Peel, Oxygenating Trio, and Enzymatic Brightening treatment for the ultimate lightening and brightening of the complexion.


For best results and to reduce risk of complications, it is recommended that you use recommended products 10 to 14 days prior to your treatment.

Do not go to a tanning bed two weeks prior to treatment. This practice should be discontinued due to the increase risk of skin cancer and signs of aging.

It is recommended that extended sun exposure be avoided, especially in the 10 days prior to treatment.


Avoid these products and/or procedures for one entire week prior to your chemical peel:



Depilatory Creams Laser

Hair Removal

Sun Exposure


Renova, Differin (Adapalene 0.1%)

Tazorac or any product containing Retinol




High percentage AHA and BHA products


It is recommended to use the Post-Procedure Solution for 3-5 days post-treatment or until peeling has resolved. The products included in this kit are designed to protect and heal the barrier after any superficial professional peel treatment. (Available in studio.)

  • Don’t touch your face. After your chemical peel, your skin might itch. This is especially common as it starts to peel off. Do your best to avoid touching, picking at, or scratching your face. Touching your skin in this way can lead to scarring and increase your risk of infection, breakouts, or additional irritation.

  • Wash your face with cool water. Warm or hot water might not feel as good as cool or cold water, which can help soothe post-peel sensations

  • Moisturize and hydrate. Since peels can temporarily compromise your skin’s protective barrier, it’s important to reinforce that barrier with a medium-to-thick moisturizer. By keeping your skin moist, you’ll minimize itchiness and irritation and speed up the healing process.

  • Apply sunscreen with SPF 30 or more. Your skin is more delicate after a peel, so avoid direct sun exposure, which can lead to even more visible signs of skin aging. If you must be exposed, use a Broad-Spectrum physical sunscreen.

  • Avoid strenuous workouts, dry saunas and steam rooms. Increased blood circulation to the face can intensify warming, tingling, itching, redness or other uncomfortable side effects on freshly peeled skin. Skip such activities on the day of your treatment.

  • Don’t over-exfoliate. Peels are maximum strength exfoliants, so you don’t need to use a separate exfoliant (like a scrub, brush or exfoliating cleanser) within 3-4 days of your peel. Over-exfoliating can lead to more redness or sensitivity, so wait until your skin feels up to it.

Once your skin feels “back to normal” after a peel, it’s generally considered OK to resume your normal skin care regimen.


  • Improves surface texture and brightens skin.

  • Promotes an even skin tone.

  • Reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

  • Relief from free radical damage.

  • Correction of sluggish, stressed-out skin.

  • Stimulation of skin's circulation.

  • Removal of toxins and debris.

  • Heals acne and acne scarring.

  • Helps promote a more youthful appearance.

Starting at $200

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