Why consider an Enzyme Peel?

  • Improves fine lines
  • Improves blemishes
  • Gently exfoliates the skin
  • Gives skin a dewy glow
  • Deep cleans pores
  • Suitable for all skin types
  • The perfect pick me up before an occasion
  • 30 minutes

  • $149.00

Before and After


Enzyme Peel

What is an Enzyme Peel?

An Enzyme Peel is an exfoliating mask that gently polishes away dead, dull surface skin to help reveal a softer, more radiant-looking complexion.

It is one of the gentler peels as it uses naturally occurring enzymes found in cranberries. The skin is left looking hydrated, brighter, smoother, and the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles is reduced.

How does it work?

This peel is not a deep skin treatment, and there is little to no downtime.

The antioxidant superpowers of L-Lactic Acid and Cranberry Enzymes combine in this nutrient-rich mask to help exfoliate dull skin in need of a pick me up.

Enhance your results

Try The Deluxe Microdermabrasion which includes a LED Light Therapy treatment and an Enzyme Peel.

Similar treatments to an Enzyme Peel:

An enzyme peel uses enzymes, typically derived from fruits like papaya or pineapple, to exfoliate and rejuvenate the skin. If you’re looking for similar treatments, here are some alternatives:

1. Alpha-Hydroxy Acid (AHA) Peel: AHA peels use glycolic acid, lactic acid, or mandelic acid to exfoliate the skin and improve its texture. AHA peels can effectively remove dead skin cells, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and promote a more radiant complexion.
2. Beta-Hydroxy Acid (BHA) Peel: BHA peels use salicylic acid, which is oil-soluble, making it effective for targeting clogged pores, acne, and blackheads. BHA peels can help unclog pores, reduce inflammation, and improve overall skin clarity.
3. Fruit Acid Peel: Fruit acid peels, also known as natural or organic peels, use a combination of fruit-derived acids like lactic acid, malic acid, or citric acid. These peels gently exfoliate the skin, promote cell turnover, and improve the skin’s texture and brightness.
4. Enzyme Mask: An enzyme mask is a milder alternative to enzyme peels. It uses natural enzymes, usually derived from fruits, to exfoliate and nourish the skin. Enzyme masks can help remove dead skin cells, improve skin texture, and provide a brighter complexion.
5. HydraFacial: While not a chemical peel, HydraFacial is a popular exfoliation treatment using Vortex technology to remove dead skin cells and promote cell turnover. It can help improve skin texture, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and enhance the overall radiance of the skin.

It’s essential to consult with a Enzyme Peel specialist to determine which treatment is best suited for your specific skin type and concerns. They can assess your skin condition and recommend the most appropriate option.