Chemical peels are solutions used for exfoliation that help your skin look and feel healthier. Depending on the type and strength of peel used you will notice an improvement in tone, texture, acne, fine lines and sun damage. Superior results are achieved by pretreating the skin with a program of vitamins and hyaluronic acid.
A non-irritating, non-photosensitizing chemical peel. AFA's are amino acids that help to increase moisture levels in the skin. Potent antioxidants that are extremely helpful against photo pigmentation. Easily tolerated on all skin types including sensitive. The Clay peel is intended for oily and acne prone skin. The Gel peel is intended for normal to dry skin. Makeup can be applied immediately after this peel. A great addition to dermaplaning or microdermabrasion.
The true lunchtime peel, lactic acid is a very safe, non irritating treatment. It increases hydration in all skin types and is perfect for normal, dry and sensitive skin. Mild enough to remove dead skin cells without obvious signs of peeling. Increase its penetration and effectiveness by having dermaplaning or microdermabrasion prior to your peel.
iS Clinical's famous red carpet Fire & Ice facial. An advanced treatment that incorporates both active and soothing formulas, scented of cinnamon and spice, as well as peppermint. The real beauty of this treatment is a combination of two therapeutic masques. The Resurfacing and Rejuvenating masques containing 18% botanical derived AHA, retinol and hyaluronic acid.
This perfecting peel is a combination of 20% salicylic acid, 2% glycolic acid, 2% lactic acid and hydrogen peroxide. Exfoliate inside your pores and purify your skin to reduce acne breakouts.
Add 30 minutes of low level light therapy prior to your peel to aid in skin regeneration.
What is a chemical peel?
-Lighten hyperpigmentation (melasma, PIH, and solar damage)
-Reduce acne breakouts and excessive oil
-Soften fine lines and wrinkles
-Brightens a dull complexion
-Softens rough skin texture
-Active infection or disease on the treatment area.
-Accutane use within the last 12 months
-Use of topical acids within the last week
-Pregnancy and lactation
-Medical facial treatment or laser within 2 weeks
-Rosacea and excessive telangiectasia
-Open sores and rashes
-Botox or injectables in past 2 weeks or 24 hours after
-SPF of 30 or higher
-Do not wear makeup the day you have your treatment
-Your skin may be red after the treatment
-Avoid excessive heat or sweating within 24 hours
-Your skin may peel 3-7 days after a peel. Do not pick off dry skin
-Use proper skin care to keep skin hydrated and protected.
-Avoid indoor and outdoor sun exposure for a minimum of 1 week.
-Do not wax, exfoliate or use acids for 2 week after.
-Call if you have any concerns after your pee!