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Improve Tone, Texture and Skin Health

Circadia’s Chemical Peel Systems are designed to help accelerate exfoliation or peeling. The immediate benefit of a light peel is a general brightening of the skin’s appearance through the removal of surface proteins. 

The chemical peel treatments vary in strength, from very light gel-based peels to more aggressive ethanol-based peels.

Gel-based peels are gentle, very well tolerated and extremely effective. There is little to no downtime, and you should not experience flaking or peeling. Ethanol Advanced Peels are ideal for those looking to experience moderate to heavy peeling.

Alpha Beta Peel

Alpha-Beta Peel uses the perfect blend of acids to exfoliate without harshness, irritation or inflammation.  With a new technology in peeling, clients experience little to no stinging and should not experience flaking or peeling.


Lactic Acid Peel

Strengths vary depending on skin conditions. A lactic acid peel is a type of chemical peel that uses lactic acid as the active ingredient to exfoliate and rejuvenate the skin.  Lactic acid is an alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) derived from sour milk or fermented fruits and is known for its mild exfoliating properties.

Lactic acid peels are commonly used to improve skin texture, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and address various skin concerns, including acne, hyperpigmentation, and uneven skin tone.

Peel Process:

Once applied, the LA solution begins to penetrate the outmost layer of the skin where it loosens and dissolves dead skin cells and other debris.  This process is known as chemical exfoliation. Some of the potential benefits of lactic acid peels include:

  • Exfoliation:  Lactic acid peels effectively remove dead skin cells from the surface of the skin revealing smoother, brighter and more youthful-looking skin underneath.

  • Stimulation of Collagen Production: Lactic acid stimulates collagen production of the skin which can help improve skin firmness, elasticity and overall texture.

  • Reduction of Hyperpigmentation: Lactic acid peels can help lighten dark spots, sun damage, and hyperpigmentation by promoting cell turnover and inhibiting melanin production.

  • Treatment of Acne: Lactic acid has antibacterial properties that can help reduce acne breakouts and blemishes by unclogging pores and preventing the growth of acne-causing bacteria.


Mandelic Acid

Mandelic Acid is an alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) derived from bitter almonds.  It is widely used in skincare products and professional treatments due to its exfoliating and skin-renewing properties. Mandelic acid has a larger molecular size compared to other AHAs such as glycolic acid and lactic acid, which makes it gentler on the skin and less likely to cause irritation, particularly for individuals with sensitive or darker skin tones. Some of the potential benefits of lactic acid peels include:

  • Exfoliation: Like other AHAs mandelic acid works by gently exfoliating the skin, helping to remove dead skin cells from the surface.  This process promotes cell turnover, resulting in smoother, brighter, and more even-toned skin.

  • Antibacterial Properties:Mandelic acid has a natural antibacterial properties, making it effective for treating acne and preventing future breakouts.  It can help unclog pores, reduce-inflammation, and ihibit the growth of acne-causing bacteria on the skin.

  • Anti-preventing: Mandelic acid can help improve the appearance of fine-lines, wrinkles, and age-spots by promoting collagen production and accelerating cell renewal.  Regular use of mandelic acid can lead to firmer, more youthful-looking skin over time.

  • Treatment of Hyperpigmentation: Mandelic acid is effective in reducing-hyperpigmentation, including sunspots, melasma, and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.  It inhibits melanin production in the skin, leading to a more even complexion and reduced discoloration.

  • Gentle on the skin: Due to its larger molecular size and slower penetration rate, mandelic acid is considered gentler on the skin compared to other AHAs.  It is less likely to cause irritation, redness, or discomfort, making it suitable for sensitive skin types.

  • Compatibility with various skin tones: Mandelic acid is well-tolerated by individuals with darker skin tones, as it has a lower risk of causing post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) or uneven skin tone commonly associated with other exfoliating acids.


Jessner Peel

Circadia’s Jessner’s Peel is a combination of 14% Resorcinol, 14% Lactic and 14% Salicylic Acid.  Since resorcinol is a peeling agent, you will experience noticeable peeling or flaking approximately 3 to 4 days after the peel. Skin type indications:


  • Pigmentation

  • Acne

  • Sun damage

  • Lentigenes

  • Hyperpigmentton

  • Fitzpatrick 1-111 can be repeated every 2-3 months

DermaFrost Peel

This peel has two strengths: 12.5% and 25%.  This results-oriented beta-hydroxyl peel will address all aspects of acneic skin.  This quick procedure is designed to cut through oil, reduce bacteria and decrease inflammation for problematic skin, resulting in a clear, oil-free complexion. Skin Types Indications:

  • Sun damaged skin

  • Rough calloused skin

  • Acne

  • Pigmentation abnormalities

  • Ageing skin

  • Fine wrinkles

  • Deep wrinkling and loss of elasticity.

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