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Get soft, delicious, touchable skin. 


Body Smoothing + Resurfacing Peels


Rough skin, discoloration, hyperkeratosis (the bumps on the back of your arms and legs), sun damage, prepping for your wedding, wanting a more youthful décolletée (think vertical lines and sun damage) a body resurfacing peel is a wonderful way to get soft, delicious, touchable skin.  


This body smoothing peel is safe for all Fitzpatrick skin types, with the neck and chest on Fitzpatrick V and VI (darker skin tones) being considered.


The process, once applied, takes about two weeks to shed. *Keep in mind some people will peel, some won’t.  That is not indicative of the improvement.  If you are prepping for an event or wearing a strapless dress, my advice is to do the treatment at least a month in advance.  If you want to do a series, plan 3-6 months in advance, depending on your expectations.  For example, if you have post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation on your upper back, you may want to do a series of three a month apart.  If you have sun damage on your décolletée and want to do two peels before your event, and your event is in June, start the series in February by doing at least two peels every other month.


    Everyone is special and has a unique circumstance.  It is best to inquire about the best course of action for you.




    • Small Area – $200
      Décolletée or Hands + Lower Arms (or top) 
    • Medium Area  –  $250
      Upper Back, Lower Back, or Upper Arms + Shoulders
    • Large Area –   $400
      Full Back or Thighs
    • Wedding Prep Upper Body Peel* – $400
      Upper Back +  Décolletée

      *Should be done at least a month before the festivities- bridal shower, bachelorette party. Perfect combo for a strapless dress! Does not include the arms.

    Things to consider…

    During the first few days post-peel:

    1. Avoid direct sun exposure and excessive heat. Use the appropriate PCA SKIN® broad spectrum SPF for daily UV protection.
    2. Do not pick or pull on any loosening or exfoliating skin. This could cause hyperpigmentation.
    3. Do not go to a tanning booth for at least two weeks post-procedure. (This practice should be discontinued altogether due to the increased risk of skin cancer and signs of aging.)
    4. If on the treated part of the body you use Tretinoin, Retin-A®, Differin®, Renova®, Tazorac®, Avage®, EpiDuo®, or Ziana®, consult your doctor about temporarily discontinuing use for approximately five days post-procedure.
    5. Stay cool! Heating internally can cause hyperpigmentation and blistering.
    6. Do not... put the treated area directly into a hot shower spray, use hot tubs, steam rooms, or saunas, go swimming, participate in activities that would cause excessive perspiration, use loofahs or other means of mechanical exfoliation, direct a hairdryer to the treated area, apply ice or ice water to the treated area.