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TAILORED SKINCARE SOLUTIONS FOR YOU

BIOREPEELCI3®

ABOUT THIS TREATMENT

BioRePeelCl3 is an innovative, biphasic 35% TCA peel with a bio-stimulating, revitalizing, and peeling action with NO DOWNTIME. This treatment provides a dual effect of removing the outer layers of the skin while introducing revitalizing and anti-aging ingredients. It's excellent for combating acne, blackheads, scarring, and signs of aging, leaving the skin brighter, firmer, and with a significantly improved texture.

Price starts at $275

Lifts pigmentation & Melasma. 


Helps with texture irregularities. 


Blurs fine lines & wrinkles and stimulates collagen production at a dermal level. 


Little to no downtime. 


100% Summer safe!

WHY WE LOVE IT

THE BENEFITS

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Got Questions? We've Got Answers! Browse our FAQ section for quick insights into our treatments and services.

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The BioRePeel has an incredible technology to it, it is called the Biphastic technology where the top layer works as a carrier agent to bypass the epidermis carrying Acids, amino acids & essential vitamins to the deeper layers of the skin, allowing for better penetration. This also means, you will not have your typical sheet peeling from traditional TCA peels. Some clients may experience flaking / dryness for 2-5 days depending on many factors.

How much will I peel?

For best results you will complete a series of 4-6 treatments, these can be spaced as little as 7-10 days apart.

How many treatments will I need?

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Like any chemical peel, you will feel mild tingly, burning sensation that is relieved immediately after the treatment. You will be given the option of a Facial fan for comfort.

Does it hurt?

04

Yes! The bioRepeel goes amazing with the HydraFacial treatment, aswell as our Aerolase Neo Laser treatments, you can even combine it with Dermaplaning & Microneedling. Check out our booking link to view our combination treatment booking options!

Can I pair it with another treatment?

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