Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for one Ultimate facial or custom chemical peel (a $85 value)
- $99 for three Ultimate facials or custom chemical peels (a $255 value)
During the Ultimate facial, the aesthetician plies skin with an enzyme mask, moisturizing mask, and moisturizing eye treatment, and concludes the pampering with an upper body, face, and hand massage.
Choose from a lactic, glycolic, or salicylic peel. The peel can improve the appearance and texture of the complexion by shedding the outer layer of cells to reveal younger, smoother skin less affected by wrinkles, sun damage, or acne. Clients may experience peeling or redness temporarily after the treatment.
A chemical peel can help fade age spots. Learn more about how they appear with Groupon's examination:
Age Spots: Shade from the Sun
Sun spots. Liver spots. Solar lentigines. No matter what you call them, these flat gray, brown, and black spots on the skin come from the same place: space. Specifically, the sun. All skin color is the result of a pigment called melanin produced in the epidermis. Each person's skin produces melanin at certain rate, but ultraviolet rays from the sun accelerate that process, which creates a darker, tanned appearance. Over years, melanin can become particularly concentrated in one area and clump together to form age spots, typically on the hands, face, shoulders, and other areas regularly exposed to sunlight. (Freckles are produced through a similar process, but their formation is much more strongly predicted by genetics and by whether you're dressing up as Raggedy Ann for Halloween this year.)
Age spots are ultimately harmless, but there are many ways to treat their appearance. Prescription-strength and over-the-counter creams use retinol or hydroquinone to make the spots gradually fade over time. Laser treatments target melanin-producing cells directly, and microdermabrasion and chemical peels remove the top layer of skin altogether, taking discoloration with it. People also seek out cryotherapy to freeze the offending areas, destroying the excess pigment as the skin heals.