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Chemical peels are used to reduce acne scarring, wrinkles, fine lines, sagging skin, crow’s feet, hyperpigmentation, discoloration, sun damage, roughness, and other types of skin damage. They can be done alone or combined with other treatments. No wonder peels are so popular! The degree of correction varies on the strength of the peel and frequently you get them.

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After a consultation, we can determine which chemical peel is best for you!


All consultation deposits are non-refundable at any point once booked. The deposit paid will be applied to the chemical peel performed on the day of the appointment. Please do not book this service if you are on Accutane, pregnant/nursing, or if you do not wear sunscreen daily. Our chemical peels are offered in various depths to address any concern you may have.


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COST: $325   Packages Available  & Recommended  


Introducing BioRePeel: A New Era in Skin Rejuvenation

Are you pursuing a radiant, youthful complexion, minus the inconvenience of traditional peeling procedures? Say goodbye to hyperpigmentation, wrinkles, and stretch marks without the exfoliation and downtime typically associated with peels. Welcome to the cutting-edge world of skin innovation with BioRePeel, the revolutionary treatment now available at DRVN Aesthetics!

Exploring the Wonders of BioRePeel

BioRePeel stands out as a medical-grade deep skin treatment that renews your skin’s vitality without subjecting it to the rigors of intense exfoliation or the downtime associated with traditional peels.

Distinguished by its unique approach, BioRePeel defies conventional definitions of peels. Instead, it operates as a collagen biostimulant, harnessing the power of skin renewal akin to a peel, yet without the associated downtime, trauma, risks, or constraints of conventional deep peels. It promises to become a sought-after option, delivering all the benefits of a facial peel without the inconvenience of side effects or recovery periods.

BioRePeel: Your Solution for Complexion Concerns


The BioRePeel treatment is an ideal choice for individuals seeking relief from various complexion concerns:

  • Hyperpigmentation

  • Uneven skin tone

  • Loss of skin elasticity

  • Enlarged pores

  • Rough skin texture

  • Wrinkles and fine lines

  • Sluggish cellular turnover

  • Stretch marks

  • Body rejuvenation

  • And much more

Are You an Ideal Candidate for BioRePeel?

If you desire a luminous, radiant complexion without the downtime or side effects associated with traditional peels, BioRePeel is an excellent choice. It suits individuals of all ethnicities, ages, and skin conditions. Notably, it can be performed year-round, as it’s not photosensitizing like some other peels.

You'll want to start this amazing skin journey with 4 sessions spaced out 7-10 days. for the face and 10-12 for the body. This will assure you obtain the most impactful and long-lasting results



COST: $200   Packages Available   


The AlphaRet Professional Peel is a professional use-only, in-office compliment to your skinbetter science* regimen. This Peel is designed for photodamaged skin, including early signs of skin aging, including fine lines and wrinkles. It is also intended to treat hyperpigmentation, blemishes, and improve skin tone and dullness.

The AlphaRet Professional Peel will help to improve the overall skin tone and texture of patients with mild photodamage.

  • 100% of patients agreed that their skin texture was smoother looking and pores were less visible following each peel treatment.*

  • 92% of patients agreed that after only 1 peel, they saw an overall improvement in the appearance and condition of their skin, texture, and brightness of their skin tone.*

*Clinical study conducted with AlphaRet Professional Peel System 30 & 50


Ideal for: All skin types & Fitzpatrick skin types



COST: $850 


Cosmelan Depigmentation Peel is a  one-of-kind, gentle, safe, and highly effective chemical peel formulated to regulate the overproduction of melanin in the melanocytes, using 5 active lighteners and over 50 antioxidants and peptides. As a result, with no heat required, this peel is safe for all skin types and helps to brighten and lighten pigmentation, such as sun damage, melasma, age spots, and various other triggers of hyperpigmentation.


When you receive your Cosmelan treatment, Kelly will apply a leave-on mask containing a unique mix of proprietary ingredients designed to address the complex, multi-step melanin production process. You’ll leave your appointment with the peel still on, and we’ll provide you specific instructions for when and how to remove it once you get home.

Following your appointment, you will receive a home care kit containing some products you will need for the following 3+ months. You may need to repurchase the “Cosmelan 2 Cream,” which will last around 12 weeks. 




Who doesn't love a good add-on? Enhance your skin's natural beauty with one or more enhancement add-ons. Designed to complement just about any facial or chemical peel.

Celluma LED Light Therapy


Anti-aging and acne-fighting led therapy first developed by NASA, LED works by sending energy-producing pockets of light into the deeper layers of the skin. This is safe, painless, and effective in healing and treating the skin. as it covers a wide variety of skin concerns, such as anti-aging and acne.

Dermaplane Treatment


A service designed to gently and effectively remove dead skin cells and peach fuzz provides deeper product penetration and reveals glowing brighter skin. Zero downtime, immediate results. Perfect as an add-on to any of our facials. Safe for all skin types, minus those with active acne.

    5 THINGS TO DO AFTER YOUR FACIAL 1. Hydrate When it comes to your skin, hydration is the key to pretty much everything. On any given day, hydration helps your skin cells function effectively; it helps you flush out toxins and leaves you with glowing skin. While a good facial will leave your skin feeling deeply moisturized, you’ll want to keep it going by drinking about two liters of water daily. 2. Moisturize If your facial includes exfoliation, remember that means the layer of dead skin cells is being removed from the surface of your skin — and along with it, the natural oils that usually protect your skin. So, in addition to hydrating your skin by drinking plenty of water after your facial, you should also use a gentle moisturizer to replenish and lock in that moisture. If you’re looking for a moisturizer to help keep your skin hydrated after a facial (and every day in general). 3. Be Gentle Following deep cleansing, extractions, and exfoliation, your skin may be a bit sensitive after a facial. For that reason, it’s important to stick to gentle cleansers (and you might want to skip the toners for a few days, too). After a deep cleaning, harsh skincare products are unnecessary, not to mention they can likely exacerbate any minor irritation. Furthermore, when washing your face in the days following a facial, you should use lukewarm water and pat dry. 4. Use a Clean Pillow Case and Fresh Towels A facial deep cleans your pores leaving them open and exposed, so make sure you’re using a clean pillowcase so dirt and oil don’t clog pores when you sleep. The same goes for towels or anything else that might come in direct contact with your face for an extended period of time. 5. Follow Your Esthetician’s Instructions and Advice Depending on the type of facial you get and the unique characteristics of your skin, your aesthetician will provide instructions, including what to do after your facial. Additionally, your aesthetician may provide recommendations, including specific products to incorporate into your skincare routine or lifestyle tips to help you achieve your skincare goals. 4 THINGS TO AVOID AFTER YOUR FACIAL 1. Picking at Your Skin While refraining from picking at your skin is essentially skincare 101, never is this more important than in the days immediately following your facial. If you’ve ever had a facial, then you know what happens within the next two to three days. Your skin will begin to purge. As your skin expedites its recovery, it pushes everything to the surface, and the end result is a healthy mix of whiteheads, pimples, and even blackheads. While it can be a bit maddening, rest assured that it’s a good sign. The important thing to remember is that under no circumstances should you pick at your face after a facial. Doing so can lead to further irritation and even scarring. 2. Wearing Makeup “Can you wear makeup after a facial?” This question seems to pop up repeatedly, and the answer to that is, “Ideally, no.” Immediately following a facial, it’s probably best to stay away from your makeup (at least for 24 hours). Again, remember anything you apply to your face can irritate your skin and lead to a breakout. This is particularly true for makeup and the tools you use (including your fingers) for its application because they tend to harbor healthy doses of bacteria. Needless to say, you don’t want that setting up shop in your pores. Moreover, when you forego your makeup for a short stretch, serums and moisturizers have a little breathing room of their own to do their magic. If you absolutely have to use makeup for an important event, make sure to clean your brushes or applicators first. 3. The Gym After a facial, your skin needs a minute to calm and repair itself. So, it may be best to skip the workout for a day or two, as sweat and other pollutants can cause or worsen irritation. You certainly wouldn’t want any sweat to make its way into those freshly cleaned pores. 4. The Sun Freshly exfoliated skin is decidedly more vulnerable to harmful UV rays. So, after-facial care requires a conscious effort on your part to stay out of the sun. That’s not to say that you should avoid going outdoors altogether, but extended periods of time in direct sunlight is not the best move. If you are using Retinol or retinoids as part of your skincare routine, minimizing sun exposure is crucial, and at the very least, always apply SPF before leaving the house. Make the Most of Your Next Facial Now that you know what to do and what to avoid after a facial, you can make the most of your next facial and maintain the radiant glow following your visit. If you’re interested in getting a facial, book an appointment with DRVN and choose from a wide variety of treatment options along with enhancements to customize your experience. We will customize your facial based on your skin type and goals.
    High Frequency will not be used to treat over areas of broken capillaries, spider veins, and rosacea. It is contraindicated against and should not be used if you are pregnant, have a pacemaker or history of heart disease, or are prone to seizures from flashing lights, such as epilepsy. Do not wear any metal jewelry during high frequency treatment.
    Each of the following is a contraindication to this facial. Should any apply to you, I will not be able to perform the treatment and will be happy to discuss an alternative facial, if applicable. Botox in the last 2 weeks Fillers in the last 4 weeks Facial threads in the last 4 weeks Facial Surgery in the last 6 months dependent on healing Have used skin resurfacing products or had treatments in the past 1-2 weeks (e.g. Retinol, AHAs, BHAs, Dermabrasion, laser, peels) Or TCA peels in the past 4-weeks. Pregnant or may be pregnant (due to use of Electrical Muscle Stimulation device) - After your 1st Trimester your Trainer can use prolonged deep tissue massage techniques instead. Cancer in the area being treated - if less than 12months remission Skin conditions in the area being worked (e.g. active acne, eczema, psoriasis, cold sores, broken skin, sunburn, rosacea) or long-term steroid use that has affected the skin Metal plates or pins in the face or neck/ Epilepsy / Prone to bone fracture or Severe Osteoporosis / Heart conditions (due to use of Electrical Muscle Stimulation device) Please let the Trainer know during consultation time. Instead of the electricals, your trainer will use prolonged deep tissue massage techniques. Diabetes with loss of skin sensation.
    Microcurrent is contraindicated against and should not be used if you are pregnant, have a pacemaker, electronic implanted device, have epilepsy/seizures or active cancer.
    According to the FDA, LED light therapy is safe for most people except for someone who is pregnant or nursing, has a seizure disorder or metastasis, is taking steroidal medications unless given consent by a treating physician.
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