Professionally applied chemical peel solutions exfoliate dead skin cells and help healthy skin cells rise to the surface. These treatments allow deeper layers of fresh and untouched skin to be revealed. The result of monthly treatments can even skin tone, clear acne, improve the appearance of aging skin and make dull complexions glow.
The Blue Radiance Peel is a salicylic acid-based facial chemical peel for all skin types that exfoliates and helps improve overall complexion. This peel is celebrated for instant, radiant results for most skin types and can improve a range of skin concerns, including sun damage, by providing an overall improvement in texture and tone. A superficial exfoliation, with little to no downtime that provides instant radiance—tighter, smoother, brighter-looking skin after just 1 use. A series of 4 to 6 peels provides best overall results.
This intensive clinical chemical peel is designed to rapidly and safely resurface the skin, reducing fine lines and wrinkles, smoothing, softening and encouraging cellular renewal. Awakening your senses, this phenomenal system incorporates both active and soothing formulas, which evoke aromas of warm cinnamon spice and brisk, cool peppermint. Known as “The Red Carpet Facial” because it gives noticeable results with no downtime!
Prior to receiving treatment make sure to tell your technician if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, have any allergies, prone to cold sores/fever blisters or using topical and/or oral prescription medications such as: Tretinoin, Retin-A, Isotretinoin, Accutane, Differin, Tazorac, Avage, EpiDuo or Ziana.
After the treatment avoid any trauma to the skin for up to 2-5 days, such as bathing with very hot water, strenuous exercise, or massage. Avoid picking or scratching the treated skin to achieve your best results. Avoid direct sun exposure and tanning beds during the 14 days prior to and following the end of treatment. The daily use of sunscreen protection with a minimum of SPF 30 is mandatory. Follow any post treatment instructions given to you on day of treatment.