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Pro Power Peel

For best results with the Pro Power Peel, a series of 3 to 6 treatments will be prescribed depending on concern. Multiple series may be performed to achieve the desired results. Peel treatments are best in the spring, fall and winter, as this will minimize exposure to sun and decrease risk of photosensitivity. If spending a significant amount of time in the sun it is recommended that treatment be delayed. 

Noticeable results are experienced by most clients after 3 treatments. Depending on skincare concern, skin renewal rate and frequency of peels it may take up to 6 treatments to see results. Clients can expect to see a reduction in breakouts, fine lines, improved skin tone and texture after the coarse of the peel. Please note that it is not uncommon to experience an initial breakout and darkening of hyper pigmentation before it subsides and gives way to clearer skin tone. 

Side effects include, but are not limited to, dryness, stinging, itching, irritation, redness, swelling, tightness, peeling and scabbing. By the second day, skin may peel or look darker. On the third day, peeling may begin around the nose and mouth, followed by the cheeks, forehead, jawline and neck. 

The Pro Power Peel is not intended for clients who: ​

  • Are allergic to Aspirin

  • Have received a cosmetic or resurfacing skin procedure such as laser, light therapy, chemical peel or microdermabrasion within the last 2 weeks

  • Have received Botox or other injectable procedures within last 5 days. The Pro Power Peel may be performed before injections or 1 week after injections

  • Have waxed an area on their face within the last 72 hours

  • Are taking or have taken Isotretinoin (also known as Accutane) within the last 6 months

  • Have received a professional exfoliation treatment (scrub, enzyme or Hydroxy Acid) or has used an exfoliating, Vitamin A-derived product or medication within the last 48 hours

  • Have been exposed to direct sun exposure within the last 48 hours or has sunburned skin

  • Have a contagious skin disease or infection, such as an active cold sore breakout

  • Have open cuts, wounds or abrasions on their skin

  • Are pregnant or lactating 

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