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Wrinkle Eraser


 This is an intense and deep treatment, is based on an unbuffered Glycolic Acid, Hyaluronic acid and Phototherapy stimulation. Our Pro-G 35  is an unbuffered wash formulated as a step-up peel suitable for most skin types, but should not be used in sensitive, very dry, or rosacea skins.  This highly effective peel is meant to be performed as a 4-8 series of weekly or every other week procedures.  It will produce visible improvement in skin luminosity, fine lines and superficial wrinkles, uneven skin tone and age spots, as well as acne and acne marks/scars.


Key Ingredients:    

  • 35% unbuffered Glycolic Acid

  • Hyaluronic Acid

  • Vitamin E


 Glycolic Acid is an AHA which helps to break down the bonds between cells to allow for easier exfoliation of dead skin cells, excess pigment and clogged pores and debris. The copper and peptides in the peel will produce a firmer skin texture and help skin heal faster and more dramatically after the peel.
Hyaluronic Acid: Hyaluronic acid is a natural polysaccharide (large sugar molecule) that occurs in various tissues (skin, synovial fluids of joints, connective tissues). Responsible for tissue hydration, lubrication, & tissue stability, holds 500 times its own weight of water and helps skin retain moisture balance. This state-of-the art ingredient acts like a sponge within the skin,. For that reason, Hyaluronic acid is the king of cosmetic hydrating products.
Vitamin E Antioxidant, free radical fighter that helps boost skin’s defense against environmental damage while soothing the delicate skin of the eye area.


Pregnancy (or lactation), Cold Sores, sensitive skin, rosacea


We also Offer a variation of this treatment with a  Pro-G 70 wash, which is a partially buffered peel formulated for all but very sensitive, very dry or scaly, and active rosacea skin types*.  This highly effective wash is meant to be performed as a series of 4 to 8 weekly or every other week procedures.  This wash can be blended with other beneficial treatments, including retinoids (vitamin A derivatives) to produce visible improvement in skin luminosity, fine lines and superficial wrinkles, uneven skin tone and age spots, as well as acne and acne marks/scars.   

Key Ingredients: 
• 70% partially buffered Glycolic Acid •



Common asked questions 


Question : Do any washes help minimize the appearance of broken blood vessels or should the client use our Vitamin K Creme?

Answer: No there is not a peel or wash that can help minimize the appearance of broken blood vessels. In fact, if someone has a lot of broken vessels, you should steer away from doing a medium depth peel, like ReJuvePeel in those areas as it could aggravate the condition. We do highly recommend using our Vitamin K Creme that contains Phytonadione which helps improve the appearance of enlarged vessels as well as decreases circulation to bruised tissue and helps reduce vascular permeability, edema and swelling.

Question : Can our peels be used on clients with Melasma? I know that this is the Mask of Pregnancy, but can a person still have this condition after pregnancy and if so can this be treated with peels? Also, what products can we recommend for Melasma?

Answer: Our washes and peels can be very effective for Melasma. We suggest that you start with the Pro-G 35 or our AHA fruits Wash since you don’t want to inflame the skin and then possibly cause a problem with the skin getting darker in inflamed areas after a peel. This is why we also use a more gentle peel first for Melasma. We have had very good results with glycolic peels and products for Melasma.

For Melasma, we recommend using the following hyperpigmentation regimen



If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, consult your Doctor prior to beginning this regiment. Consult your Doctor if you plan to include AHA Fade Lotion in your regiment during pregnancy, breastfeeding or you use oral contraceptives.

Sunburn Alert: Products containing an Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) such as Glycolic Acid may increase your skin's sensitivity to the sun and particularly the possibility of sunburn. Use a sunscreen, wear protective clothing, and limit sun exposure while using these products and for a week afterwards.

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