Eyre Esthetics | Pasadena, CA

Chemical Peels

PCA Sensi Peel

The PCA Sensi Peel is a gentle yet effective treatment offering numerous benefits for all skin types. This innovatively formulated chemical peel is specifically designed to deliver skin brightening and anti-inflammatory effects, providing visible results without causing irritation. It is ideal for individuals with sensitive skin, as it contains a blend of lactic acid and trichloroacetic acid, which work synergistically to promote skin renewal and dramatically improve skin tone and texture.

PCA Ultra Peel

PCA Ultra Peel is a powerful treatment designed to address the signs of aging, particularly maturing skin and wrinkles. Using a potent blend of ingredients, this peel works to exfoliate the skin, revealing a smoother, more youthful complexion underneath. The peel penetrates deeply into the skin, stimulating collagen production and improving elasticity, resulting in firmer and more radiant skin. With the expertise of our practitioners, each treatment is customized to suit your specific skin concerns, ensuring optimal results. Experience the transformative effects of PCA Ultra Peel and unlock a more youthful appearance today.

SkinBetter Science

SkinBetter Science offers a robust line of chemical peels designed to address various skin concerns. These peels utilize a unique blend of exfoliating agents to rejuvenate the skin, improve texture, and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. The intensity of the peels can be customized to the individual's skin type and sensitivity, ensuring optimal results with minimal discomfort. With a commitment to scientific innovation and quality, SkinBetter Science chemical peels are a trusted choice for skin revitalization.

service image
Chemical Peels FAQs
What can I expect during my first appointment at Eyre Esthetics for a chemical peel?
How long does the chemical peel process take, and what sensations can be expected during the treatment?
What should I do post-treatment to protect my skin and maintain the effects of the peel?