What is Acne?

Effective August 1, 2022, All chemical peel treatment will be required to be on a Home Care Regimen before a treatment recommended by the practitioner.

 Acne, or Retention Hyperkeratosis, is an inherited condition in which pores shed dead skin cells quicker than the body can expel them. While typical pores shed one layer of dead skin cells a day, acne-prone pores shed up to five layers a day.

What is Mandelic Acid?

Mandelic Acid is a gentler alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) that targets acne, age spots, discoloration and wrinkles without the typical irritation that can trigger post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation especially in darker skin tones.

What is Benzoyl Peroxide?

The gold standard in the treatment of acne, Benzoyl Peroxide is an organic compound that penetrates pores and releases oxygen to kill acne-causing bacteria.

What is Lactic Acid?

Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) derived from fermented milk. Gentler than other AHAs. Exfoliates dead skin, encourages cell renewal, aids in regulating pH and acts as moisture binder.

What is Peptides?

Small chain amino acids that stimulate skin’s natural production of collagen, hyaluronic acid and elastin to combat fine lines, wrinkles and thinning skin.

What is Vitamin A?

Skin’s best ally in the fight against acne and aging, Vitamin A is a serial cell regenerist. It exfoliates, promotes collagen production, diminishes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and protects against photo-aging and free radicals.
Dr. Fulton developed and patented Vitamin A Propionate, the most effective non-prescription retinoid available.

What is Glycolic Acid?

Clear, glowing, youthful skin requires regular renewal of skin cells. Glycolic acid, naturally derived from sugar cane, is a rock star when it comes to encouraging cell-turnover. Highly soluble, it deeply penetrates skin to slough off dead skin cells and stimulate collagen and elastin production.

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