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Facials and Chemical Peels - Your Skincare Power Couple

Updated: Apr 30

Your Comprehensive Guide to Skin Rejuvenation at Wellness for Life


At our full service functional medspa in Anacortes, WA, achieving radiant and healthy skin is achievable. At Wellness for Life, we understand the nuances of skincare tailored to your unique needs. We’re on a mission to help people across the Skagit Valley and the San Juan Islands optimize their skincare and become their most luminous, healthy selves!


Learn about your skin’s customized needs with a comprehensive skin assessment


Your skin deserves personalized attention. Our master esthetician is here to help you understand your skin’s needs and build a customized skincare plan to address your concerns. Every person is unique, and your skin deserves more than guesswork or a “one size fits all” approach. With a deep understanding of our Pacific Northwest climate and lifestyle, we will craft individualized plans that cater specifically to your concerns, goals, and budget.



The difference between Facials and Chemical Peels


Facials: Refresh and Hydrate your Skin

Experience the bliss of facials in Anacortes, offering thorough cleansing, hydration, and customized organic skin treatments to address your concerns. 


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Your skilled esthetician will discuss your skin concerns with you thoroughly and customize your experience for the season, your lifestyle, and your skin concerns, making them a soothing and rejuvenating option.


Chemical Peels: Essential Exfoliation for Deeper Skincare

Exfoliation is an essential - and often missing - part of your skincare routine. For those seeking profound skin transformation, look no farther than Wellness for Life in Anacortes! Chemical peels with our master esthetician offer customized, gentle exfoliation to improve skin texture and help you see better results from your at-home skincare routines.


Chemical peels can be catered to targeting your unique skin concerns such as:

  • Discoloration

  • Scarring

  • Acne

  • Sun damage

  • Fine lines And more!


Not sure if chemical peels are a good fit for your skin? Come in for a skin assessment with a master esthetician to understand your skin type, the root cause of your skin concerns, and get personalized insights to improve the health of your skin!


Your Customized Routine Starts Here


How frequently should I get facials?

With our higher humidity in the Skagit Valley, many believe they don’t need to hydrate their skin as much. This is a common misconception, and regular facials are a great way to ensure your skin is getting hydration and customized organic treatments you need.


Enjoy facials as frequently as once weekly, however we recommend a facial every 4-6 weeks for your best skin results.



How frequently should I get chemical peels?

While they offer gentle exfoliation, chemical peels require a more deliberate approach than facials. This gentle exfoliation is necessary to clear out clogged pores, dead skin cells, and improve skin texture. People with sensitive skin or unique skin concerns may need to schedule chemical peels at a lower, more deliberate frequency to enhance your skin’s health and appearance.


Chemical peel frequency may also be determined by other skincare treatments you are getting, such as Microneedling with PRP, facials, etc. As a general rule, many people aim to get chemical peels every 4-6 weeks for regular skin maintenance and exfoliation. Our Master Esthetician can help you determine the right frequency for your needs.



Building your Skin’s Natural Radiance


At Wellness for Life, nestled in the heart of Anacortes, we bring a holistic approach to skincare. As a full-service medispa, we leverage prescription treatments when necessary, offering Anacortes residents a comprehensive skincare plan.


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