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What is a Chemical Peel?

A Chemical Peel is a noninvasive, exfoliating treatment that relies on fruit acids, herbs, and antioxidants to loosen the “glue” that binds dead cells to the skin’s surface. It increases the production of collagen, improves the appearance of Acne, Rosacea, Environmental Damage, Hyper-pigmentation, Fine Lines & Wrinkles and Acne Scarring. The result is smoother, tighter, more hydrated skin, ultimately leaving you with a clearer, more youthful complexion.

What skin conditions can be treated with a Chemical Peel?

Acne & acne scarring, rosacea, environmental damage, hyperpigmentation, fine lines & wrinkles.

LACTIC ACID PEEL: Lactic acid peels have many benefits for the skin. They exfoliate the surface of the skin, while deep cleaning the pores. They stimulate natural collagen production, even out the skin tone and improve hyper pigmentation of the skin, and will fade dark spots.

Lactic acid is a member of the Alpha Hydroxy group of molecules that promote desquamation of the stratum corneum.

Skin Type Indications: Aging, acneic or keratizined skin. Tolerated by most skin types for full timing. Can be use in any Fitzpatrick skin type. This peel can be repeated every 4 weeks

ALPHA-BETA PEEL: This very effective peel uses the perfect blend of acids to exfoliate without harshness, irritation or inflammation. A new technology in peeling, clients experience little to no stinging and should not experience flaking or peeling.

suitable for most skin types Fitzpatrick I-V

30% Lactic Acid with 10% Salicylic Acid

40% Lactic Acid with 15% Salicylic Acid

The Dermafrost treatment can be considered a “Lunch Time Peel.” The salicylic acid has benefits and properties of Glycolic Acid and is most effective in the treatment of Photo Aging, Sun Damage Skin, Rough calloused skin, Acne I-II, Pigmentation abnormalities, fine wrinkles and loss of elasticity. The use of salicylic acid is out fast, well tolerated, safe and effective treatment for the patient.

Precaution:

Dermafrost 12.5% may be use by Fitzpatrick I-V

Dermafrost 25% may ONLY BE USE by Fitzpatrick I & II

During the procedure you will feel a burning sensation and itching; and you will experience some discomfort which can be controlled by a fan, but you will experience softness and firmness after treatment. It must be used with caution in patients with herpes labialis, seborrhea or atopic dermatitis.

MANDELICLEAR PEEL: Lightening of post-inflammatory pigmentation due to: Acne, Melasma or Photodamage skin, Mild Acne and Scarring this System was developed specifically for attenuating pigmentation issues associated with darker Fitzpatrick skin types.

The system can be classified as a modified Jessner, containing 7% lactic, 7% salicylic and 7% resorcinol, in an ethanol base with quillaja bark. It also contains 9% mandelic acid, which is often derived from almond and wild cherry sources. Mandel is German for almond. This peel is safe, gentle, and well tolerated by most skin types.
Precaution: Aspirin or Salicylic sensitivity (Allergic)

Jessner Peel

Circadia’s Jessner’s Peel:

Great peel for Acne, Photodamage skin and premature Aging, Actinic Keratoses, Pigment Irregularities, Mild Scarring. Resorcinol will increase the amount of peeling experienced after a peel. Peeling is usually light to moderate and depends on the skin condition and depth of the peel.

Precaution: Jessner’s Peel may only be used by Fitzpatrick I,II and III

Every 2 to 3 months intervals

After the peel, do NOT pick or pull at the flaking or peeling skin it can result in scarring or discoloration. Also over moisturizing the skin will lessen the benefits of the peel, do not over moisturize to compensate for dryness.

Peeling will begin in 2 to 3 days and full results of the peel in 5 to 7 days. A Jessner Chemical Peel is a combination of Salicylic, Lactic and Resorcinol Acids, and is considered a light to medium depth peel.
If you are interested in this skin rejuvenation procedure, schedule a consultation to determine if you are a candidate for this process, and learn more about treatment options, possible risks and complications associated with these procedures.