Synergy Corrective Peels
This treatment is a three-step clinical procedure combining dermaplaning, chemical exfoliation and cryogenic therapy to reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, laxity, dullness, and skin imperfections.
Face – $175 | Package of 3 Treatments – 15% Off
Skin Peel – Level I
Removes the top layer of cells and stimulates a more rapid regeneration of the epidermis.* These peels include medical grade, un-buffered glycolic acid, salicylic acid, lactic acid and/or mandelic acid.
Face or Decollete – $100
Face and Decollete – $150
With Dermaplaning – $160
With a 60-minute Advanced Facial – $165
Skin Peel – Level II
Penetrates deeper than our level 1 peels; minor to moderate exfoliation will usually occur 2-3 days after the procedure. These peels include 20% salicylic acid, 50% glycolic, 70% glycolic, or double layered peels.
Face or Decollete – $130
Face and Decollete – $200
With Dermaplaning – $190
With a 60-Minute Advanced Facial – $195
Skin Peel – Level III
Works slightly deeper than level II peels. Pre-prepping with a minimum of 2 level II peels and the use of proper pre-prep home care products may be required before a level III peel will be performed. Proper pre-prepping minimizes downtime, however, there is the potential of minor crusting, darkening of brown spots until they peel, redness and moderate peeling of the skin 2-3 days following the procedure that may last 5-7 days.
Retinol Peel – $200
Ultra Resurfacing Peel – $175
Vitamin A Peel – $175
Jessner (2 layers) – $130 | $15 for each additional layer
Perfect 10 Peel – $175 | Advanced – $225
Level III Peels
Ultra Resurfacing Peel |
Jessner Peel with Retinoic Acid
Excellent option for sun-damaged skin, deep hyperpigmentation, good for thicker skin types, those seeking a softer/smoother skin texture.
Vitamin A Peel |
Lactic Acid with Vitamin A/Retinoic Acid
Excellent option for those looking for a lunchtime peel with little to no downtime that provides visible results; the skin will be more supple and have an immediate glow.
Excellent options for those experiencing stubborn hyperpigmentation, acne, rosacea (yes a Jessner can be good for Rocasea!), and can be performed on darker skin types (Fitzpatrick V and VI).
2 layers – $130 | $15 for each additional layer
Perfect 10 Peel
This medical grade peel is offered in two strengths, depending on your desired outcome. While it is more gentle than traditional medical peels, you will still see equally amazing results. If refining texture and removing unwanted dark spots is a result you are looking for, this is a great option for you!
$175 | Advanced $225
This is an advanced form of manual exfoliation that can be used with or without chemicals, as the treatment does not require downtime.
45 minutes – $100 | Also featured as an Add-On – $60
This anti-inflammatory and antibacterial freezing procedure that immediately increases the rate of cell turnover and leaves skin feeling cool and tight. This also helps to remove oil, dirt, debris and exfoliates dead skin cells, which smooths the appearance of the skin.
15 minutes –$25| Also featured as an Add-On – $25
Clean and Clear Plus
A great option for teens, young adults and anyone experiencing a breakout. This treatment focuses on deep cleansing, extractions, and high frequency to kill bacteria. Includes a Level I Peel and Cryotherapy.
45 minutes – $150
Purifying Back Treatment
Treatment includes a back cleansing with the Clarisonic Pro-Body Brush, Glycolic or Salicylic Peel, Extractions and Purifying Mask.
45 minutes –$150| Peel only to Back – $120
• Prep skin for 2 weeks before receiving a peel with the use of an at-home Retinol and Glycolic Acid leave on product.
• Discontinue the use of AHAs, BHAs, Retinols or any other skin sensitizing agent for 72 hours prior to peel.
• Ask your doctor for a prescription for the prevention of cold sores if you have a history of herpes simplex.
• Facial waxing
• Laser Facial Treatment
• Laser Facial Hair Removal
• Electrolysis to the face
• Received a facial, peel, or microdermabrasion
• Oral antibiotics within the last month
• Acutane within the last year
• Exercise or excess heat
• Mineral makeup (avoid non-mineral makeup)
• Physical SPF (avoid ones with chemicals )
• NeoStrata Bionic Face Cream
• A non-foaming, non-acid containing cleanser such as Skin by Synergy™ Calming Foam Cleanser
• Tanning Beds
• Direct Sun Exposure
• Do not pick or scratch treated area
• Allow skin to fall off on its own–do not peel off peeling skin before it is ready
You may return to use of Retinols, AHAs/BHAs, and other skin specific products after the following time frame:
• For mild peels after 48 hours (approximately 2 days post peel)
• For med peels after 72 hours (approximately 3 days post peel)
• For med/deep peels 5 + days post peel
For maximum results 3-6 peels spaced 2-3 weeks apart are generally recommended depending upon which peels are being performed. Ask your aesthetician for more information.
It is important to understand that not all peels are created equal; peel efficiency varies depending on the PH of the peel (acid). The lower the PH of the peel the stronger the results: a 100% acid peel with a high PH is weaker and less effective than a 50% peel with a low PH. Synergy uses low PH peels that are non-buffered to ensure the greatest results.
Due to the medical nature of the treatments indicated on the medical aesthetics section of our website, the price reflected is all inclusive and therefore no gratuities will be accepted. (Spa providers may still receive tips at your discretion.)