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Refresh Your Skin with a Professional Chemical Peel

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Want a quick way to refresh your skin? Why not try getting a professional chemical peel. Chemical peels can help improve the appearance of pigmentation, acne, fine lines and wrinkles, scarring, sun damage, large pores and rosacea.

       These facial treatments are suitable for all skin types—including sensitive skin. Peels range from organic herbal peels, fruit enzymes, pumpkin, lactic acid, salicylic acid and jessner. Many peels have no downtime and results can be seen immediately. For the best results, a series of chemical peels, scheduled one to two weeks apart, is ideal.

       Talk to your esthetician about which chemical skin peel is right for you.

 

Leslie Morand, esthetician for more than two decades, is the owner of LeVie Skincare with offices in La Jolla and Encinitas. She is now offering a new organic peel from Europe that features 0 percent acid with no downtime that has the same results as microneedling—without the needles. Ask for the Spring Promo special for $20 off your first peel. For more information and to schedule your peel, call 619-751-3605 or visit LevieSkincare.com

 

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