Training: Chemical Peel Course


Chemical Peel Course

Our course offers individualized, one-on-one student-to-instructor training, emphasizing extensive hands-on practice with live models. This personalized approach ensures that participants receive tailored instruction and gain real-world experience, setting us apart from other schools that rely on group sessions.

The Chemical Peel Course provides a structured curriculum to equip participants with the knowledge and practical skills necessary for mastering chemical peel treatments. Below is a synopsis of the course outline in bullet form:

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The Chemical Peel Course begins with an introduction to chemical peels, providing an overview of their historical development and explaining the types and classifications (superficial, medium, and deep). 

Participants will explore the anatomy and physiology of the skin, gaining insight into its layers and functions, as well as the common conditions that chemical peels can treat. They will explore the mechanism of action, learning how peels interact with skin layers and the differences in effects between acid types like AHAs, BHAs, and TCAs. A detailed review of peeling agents follows, covering alpha hydroxy acids (glycolic and lactic acids), beta hydroxy acids (salicylic acid), trichloroacetic acid (TCA), phenol, and other lesser-known agents.

Patient assessment and safety are also emphasized, with guidance on identifying suitable candidates, managing complications, and providing pre- and post-peel care. Protocols and procedures cover layering, timing, neutralization, safety precautions, and sterile techniques. 

During the practical session, participants will be taught how to arrange the treatment room, examine client consent forms, and prepare for live demonstrations. They’ll receive hands-on training, including the supervised application of superficial peels on live models, layering and monitoring techniques, and safe removal and neutralization. The course also covers tailoring peels to different skin types, combining them with other treatments, and ensuring proper post-peel assessment and care. It concludes with a Q&A session to clarify participant questions and culminates in the presentation of completion certificates.

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Sample certificate upon completion of course

Course Content

Theory Session

Introduction to Chemical Peels                          

  • Overview and historical development
  • Types and classifications of peels (superficial, medium, deep)

Skin Anatomy and Physiology               

  • Understanding skin layers and their functions
  • Common skin conditions and concerns addressed by chemical peels

Mechanism of Action     

  • How chemical peels work on different skin layers
  • Differences in action between acid types (AHAs, BHAs, TCAs)

Types of Peeling Agents 

  • Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHAs): glycolic acid, lactic acid
  • Beta Hydroxy Acids (BHAs): salicylic acid
  • Trichloroacetic Acid (TCA)
  • Phenol and other lesser-known agents

Patient Assessment and Safety              

  • Identifying suitable candidates and contraindications
  • Risk assessment and managing complications
  • Pre- and post-peel care instructions

Protocol and Procedure Guidelines       

  • Layering, timing, and neutralization methods
  • Safety precautions and sterile techniques

Practical Session                                                                                                                            

Preparation for Live Demonstrations    

  • Setting up the treatment room
  • Reviewing client consent forms and skin assessment protocols

Supervised Hands-On Application

  • Demonstration of superficial peel application on live models
  • Layering and monitoring techniques
  • Safe removal and neutralization

Customized Treatment Techniques

  • Tailoring peels to individual skin types and concerns
  • Combining peels with other treatments (microdermabrasion, microneedling)

Post-Treatment Assessment and Care  

  • Evaluating immediate effects and client feedback
  • Instructions for post-peel care and recovery

Q&A and Certification    

  • Addressing participant questions and clarifying techniques
  • Presentation of course completion certificates

Chemical Peel Course

This Chemical Peel Course is designed to provide participants with in-depth knowledge about the treatment and its applications, empowering them to perform chemical peel procedures in their practices confidently. It aims to enhance its service offerings and improve patient satisfaction.

We Offer Nine Courses

1. Picosure (Laser Tattoo Removal) - 8763 Bayview Ave #6, Richmond Hill

2. Elite iQ (Laser Hair Removal) - 600 Sherbourne St #605, Toronto

3. Aerolase (Various Skin Treatments) - Both Locations

4. Potenza (RF Microneedling) - Both Locations

Note: The Potenza and Aerolase devices are portable and the training can be done in Richmond Hill, Toronto, or at your location.



  • $1997 – 1 Device Training (1 day)
  • $2497 – 2 Device Training (1 day)
  • $2997 – 3 Device Training (2 days)
  • $3497 – 4 Device Training (2 days)

Note: You may choose from the 4 devices and choose the locations for the training

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Courses Locations Price Duration Buy Now
Laser Tattoo Removal (Picosure) Richmond Hill $1997 1-day
Laser Hair Removal (Elite iQ) Toronto $1997 1-day
Laser Technician (Aerolase) Both Locations $1997 1-day
RF Microneedling (Potenza) Both Locations $1997 1-day
Electrolysis Toronto $1997 1-day
Teeth Whitening Toronto $1997 1-day
Microblading Richmond Hill $2877 2-days
Scalp Micropigmentation Richmond Hill $3797 2-days
Lip Blushing Richmond Hill $2897 2-days
2 Device Training $2,497.00 (1 day)
3 Device Training $2,997.00 (2 days)
4 Device Training $3,497.00 (2 days)
Chemical Peel Course $1,997.00 (1 day)

For Picosure, Elite iQ, Aerolase, and Potenza
You can be trained on all 4 devices.

  • $1997-1 Device Training (1 day)
  • $2497-2 Device Training (1 day)
  • $2997-3 Device Training (2 days)
  • $3497-4 Device Training (2 days)

5. Electrolysis Training Course - 600 Sherbourne St #605, Toronto

  • $1297 – 1 day electrolysis training course

6. Teeth Whitening Course - 600 Sherbourne St #605, Toronto

  • $1297 – 1 day teeth whitening course 

7. Microblading Course - Both Locations

  • $2897 – 2 day microblading course

8. Scalp Micropigmentation Course - Both Locations

  • $3797 – 2 day scalp micropigmentation training course

9. Lip Blushing Course - Both Locations

  • $2897 – 2 day lip blushing course
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