Facial Peels by Perfectly Pampered Day Spa

If you are looking for a smoother and younger skin you may want to consider a chemical peel. This treatment uses a 30% acid which helps to smooth the texture of your skin by removing the damaged outer layer. You will also receive a lymphatic massage and mask to calm the redness after your treatment. For best results you should consider doing more then 1 treatment. 


Glycolic Peel

45 min $85

Series of 5 Treatments $350



Frequently Asked Questions

What are chemical peels used for?

Chemical peels can be used to help with sun damaged, scarring, wrinkles and discoloration.

When is the best time to get a chemical peel?

Winter is a great season to get a chemical peel. Most people find it easier to avoid sun exposure this time of year. You will need to protect your skin from wind and cold while healing. This will prevent your skin from drying out and becoming irritated. 

I have rosacea. Am I able to receive a chemical peel?

Unfortunately skin conditions like rosacea, psoriasis or eczema are not the best conditions to subject to a chemical peel. Chemical peels trigger inflammation and redness in all clients as a normal healing process. These side effects could last much longer and could have permanent pigment changes. Other facial treatments are available for these skin conditions such as our Eve Taylor Time Saver Facial or Deluxe Facial. 

Contraindications to chemical peels.

  • Active cold sores, herpes simplex
  • Accutane use in the past year
  • Aspirin allergy
  • Sunburns, excessively sensitive skins or wounds
  • History of recent Chemotherapy or radiantion therapy




The instructions provide information that should be followed by all clients receiving a chemical peel.


Avoid these products and/or procedures in area(s) treated:

  • Electrolysis
  • Waxing
  • Depilatory Creams (Nair, Veet, Ect.)
  • Laser Hair Removal
  • Patients who have had medical cosmectic facial treatments or procedures (surgical procedures, cosmetic fillers) should wait until skin sensetivity completley resolves before having a chemical peel.
  • Patients who have had BOTOX injections should wait until the full effect of their treatment is seen before receiving a chemical peel


Avoid these products and/or procedures in area(s) treated:

  • Retin-A, Renova, Differin, TAzorac
  • Any products containing retinol, AHA, BHA, or benzyl peroxide
  • Any exfoliating products tha may be drying or irritating

Note: The use of these products/treatments prior to your peel may increase skin sensitivity 


It is crucial to the health of your skin and the success of your peels that these guidelines be followed:

1. It is imperative that you purchase a sunscreen with a professional SPF of at least 30 and avoid direct sunlight for at lest 1 week.

2. Skin may appear slightly redder than usual for about 1-2 hours after the treatment. If neck and decolletage are treated, the redness might last slightly longer. Skin should look normal the next day.

3. Apply a light moisturizer as often as needed to relieve dryness or tightness.

4. You may resume regular us of Retin-A, alpha-hydroxy acid(AHA) products or bleaching creams after 4-5 days.

5. Avoid the activities that warm the skin. For example hot tubs and working out for 24 hours.


 It is common and expected that your skin will be red and possibly itchy and/or irritated. It is also possible that other adverse experiences (side effects) may occur. Although rare, the following adverse experiences have been reported by patients after having a chemical peel: edema, stinging, burning, dryness, and erythema. If they do occur please call the spa as we have Eve Taylor products to help with these conditions.

Spa Phone Number: 705-746-6549 


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