BioSurface Peel

Chemical peels are one of the most sought after professional skin services today because they can quickly treat a range of skin issues. However, they also tend to be too aggressive for most skin types, resulting in significant downtime for healing and recovery. With new BioSurface Peel, downtime is a thing of the past. Consumers can finally benefit from a peel that is less toxic, less costly and more focused on working with the skin, not against it. This chemical peel is designed to treat a multitude of skin concerns including pigmentation, uneven skin texture, acne breakouts and premature ageing by resurfacing the skin with minimal
downtime. Your skin therapist will tailor a series of treatments and a home care regime to help you achieve a smoother, renewed and brighter complexion. A series of 6 treatments followed by regular maintenance is recommended.


BioSurface Peel works in sequential steps via an active layering proces to synergistically and safely exfoliate the topmost layers of the skin. It can be used to help:

– Decrease surface roughness
– Treat breakouts
– Reduce fine lines
– Stimulate cell turnover and collagen production
– Brighten the skin
– Minimize the appearance of pigmentation
– Reduce signs of photoaging, skin aging and breakouts

Commonly asked questions

When can I expect to see results?
Skin appears smoother and more luminous instantly; however, results will depend on your skin condition and how frequently you receive BioSurface™ Peel treatments. More intense results can be seen after 6 treatments.
How often should I receive the BioSurface™ Peel treatment to maintain results?
6 treatments are standard but will need to be prescribed on an individual basis depending on your skin concern and condition. Multiple series may be performed to achieve the desired results.
How should I prepare my skin prior to my BioSurface™ Peel treatments?
Once the practitioner determines that you are an eligible candidate for the BioSurface™ Peel treatments, you may be recommended a Dermalogica product pre-treatment regimen specific to your skin condition.
I used to use Isotretinoin (also known as Accutane). Can I still have the BioSurface™ Peel treatments?
Yes, but only if you have discontinued using Isotretinoin for more than 6 months.
Can I get a BioSurface™ Peel treatment if I’m pregnant?
No, women who are pregnant cannot have BioSurface™ Peel treatments as it contains Salicylic Acid, an ingredient that is not to be used on pregnant or lactating women.


  • 50 minute Peel




Real Results! Before & After 4 Peels