Chemical Peel

Treatment for skin peeling in Montreal for men and women, customized according to your skin needs and goals.

A One-on-One consultation to help you understand and address your skin conditions.

Discover the wide range of facials we provide, including skin brightening treatment, blackhead removal, and acne scars solution.


Glycolic acid peel - aHA

A glycolic peel is an exceptional cosmetic option for individuals seeking smoother, youthful, and more radiant skin. Glycolic acid uses a mild AHA derived from sugar cane to produce a light peel off the outermost damaged layers of the skin. Glycolic acid peels work to remove the unhealthy layers of skin and unblock the follicles to reduce and prevent acne. it  also penetrate into the skin to rejuvenate and regenerate collagen and elastin.

Peel treatment

Salicylic acid peel - BHA

BHAs are organic carboxylic acids that work on skin’s surface and deep inside the pore. It exfoliate the superficial layers of the skin to avoid congestion and the build-up of acne bacteria. Unlike glycolid acid, Salicylic acid is also able to break down oils which is why salicylic acid is an effective acne treatment. Salicylic chemical peels are safe for all skin types.

peeling skin treatment

Choosing a chemical peel facials depend on your skin type and what you’re looking to achieve from treatment. In general, they are best for people with healthy skin who would like to boost their complexions, such as reducing sun damage, acne scars, acne, melasma, age spots and hyperpigmentation. There are three basic types: light, medium, and deep leaving  your skin smoother and more youthful-looking. A professional aesthetician can help you determine which one is right for you.

Acne Scar Solutions

Good candidates for chemical peels include people who have: rough, dry skin; dull complexions; large pores; mild to moderate acne, hyperpigmentation and fine wrinkles.

Our skincare specialists are committed to providing you with sincere, high-quality service, and results-oriented cosmetic treatments.