The Journey to
confident skin begins
with Chemical Peels

Chemical Peels

Sensitized Lactic Acid Peel

This treatment is a light peel that provides superior exfoliation while repairing and hydrating even sensitive skin.

  • Gently exfoliate while refining the skin
  • Smoother and softer skin
  • Brightens the skin

C-Infusion peel

This treatment is ideal for clients with Dull, rough and uneven skin tones. Combats aging using pumpkin pulp, beta and alpha hydroxyl acids.

  • Exfoliates the skin
  • Treatment for fine lines, wrinkles and scarring
  • Brightens the skin

SkinBrite/MangoBrite Peel

This treatment is effectively works on dark spots and hyperpigmentation.

  • Effectively lifts pesky dark spots and evens skin tone.
  • Ideal for Hyperpigmentation, Dull, and lifeless skin with hormonal breakouts.

Dermaclear Peel

Ideal for acne degree 1-3, Oily, Combination, and Congested skin.

  • Reduces inflammation
  • Soothes irritation
  • Dissolves oil and buildup

Peptide Vitality Peel

This treatment targets moderate aging while hydrating, brightening and smoothing the skin, leave the skin with an immediate glow.

  • Peptides help to Immediately plump lines and wrinkles
  • Targets aging while hydrating
  • Brightening and brilliant glow
  • Smoothing the skin

Before After A Chemical Peel

Before chemical peel treatment, make sure you have not taken any acne prescription medication like Accutane. Always wear sunscreen after your chemical peel treatment because your skin will be more sensitive. Also, choose an SPF 30 or higher broad-spectrum and physical sunscreen, not chemical sunscreen. You should limit your time in the sun, in general, during peak sunshine hours, and if you need to be outdoors for long stretches in the immediate aftermath of your chemical peel, wear a wide-brimmed hat to shade your face.

Your skin may peel in the first few days after your chemical peel, but that should be no surprise as it is in the name! Stay hydrated, and this will minimize this. Using a hyaluronic acid serum will help with this, aloe vera and calming gels.
Wait at least one week before returning for another chemical peel or, according to your esthetician’s recommendation.

Special Instructions

1. Change your bedsheets and sleep on a clean pillowcase
2. Clean and change your face towels to dry your skin
3. Do not wash your face for the next 4 hours after your treatment.
4. Cleanse your skin two times per day
5. Do not touch your face
6. Do not wear makeup for the next 24 hours
7. Avoid intense exercise and sweating for 48 hours.
8. Avoid tanning and prolonged exposure to the sun for a minimum of 2 weeks
9. Apply SPF 50 every 2 hours when exposed to Uv rays.
10. Cleanse your face before bedtime
11. Redness or sensitivity may be present for up to 72 hours.
12. Mild skin peeling may begin on days 3-5
13. Do not scratch the treated skin
14. Stay well hydrated, drink a lot of water
15. Do not use Retinol or exfoliating products for min. Ten days
16. It is recommended to repeat the treatment every week or depending on the esthetician’s recommendation.
17. For best results, you may need 3-8 treatments.
18. Avoid waxing, laser or other treatments on the treated area for two weeks.

Routine Day 1 To 10 We Recommend Doing The Following Twice Per Day

1. Cleanse your skin with a gentle cleanser and water and pat dry
2. Apply a hydrating serum and let your skin absorb it completely (2 or 3 minutes)
3. Apply a gentle moisturizer (LA FOLIE anti-redness daily cream recommended)
4. Apply SPF 30 minimum sunscreen if in contact with UV rays.

Typical Day 10 + We Recommend Doing The Following Twice Per Day.

1. Cleanse your skin with a cleanser and pat dry
2. Apply hydrating serum and let dry 2-3 minutes
3. Apply recommended moisturizer
4. Apply sunscreen (SPF 30 or more) every 2 hours if you contact UV rays.
5. After ten days* you can start exfoliating at-home three times per week to maintain results.

Frequently Asked Questions

Chemical peels are facials or body treatments that enhance your skin’s features by cleansing, restoring and firming the epidermis. It is a quick detox and rejuvenating solution for radiant skin.

Peels involve the application of specific natural acids to the surface of the skin to treat acne, hyperpigmentation, age spots, melasma, and common skin problems.

  • Hyperpigmentation and redness
  • Fine lines
  • Sunspots
  • Large pores and congestion
  • Acne and cystic acne
  • Breakouts
  • Dead skin
  • Keratosis pilaris
  • Dull skin
  • Skin lightening
  • Skin texture and tone

Don’t exfoliate for at least a week before your chemical peel. This is because a chemical peel is a more intensive version of exfoliation, and you don’t want to overdo it. Wearing no makeup in the few days before your chemical peel also helps with efficacy. If you are using products that dry out your skin, be sure to have stopped taking them days before and stay hydrated before your chemical peel session and on the day of. Any Retin-A, glycolic acid, Accutane, or Renova should have been stopped before your chemical peel.

We recommend getting a peel treatment once per week for the first three weeks when targeting acne blemishes or symptoms of ageing skin. Following up with a treatment once per month or season will ensure effective stimulation of the skin cell turnover, promoting healthy collagen and skin restructuring.

Immediately after your appointment, you will notice slightly pink skin with a fresh, cleansed feel to your skin. In the following week, there may be minor peeling in arid areas of your skin. However, these areas will peel off and reveal beautiful young skin underneath. The side effects following your appointment will not be intense, and you can go to work without concern. Just follow your esthetician’s guidelines.

The immediate effects of a deep cleansing facial will last between five and seven days with clear skin that can last up to several months. Hydrate and exfoliate your skin regularly and wear sunscreen when needed

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