CHEMICAL PEELS

For those who desire a traditional chemical peel, we are pleased to offer the Jan Marini peel system. While they are available individually, it is recommended to use in a series of three treatments. We suggest having a Jan Marini Enzyme Facial two days following the application of your peel to help slough away dead, flaking skin.

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CLARIFY PEEL

The Clarify Peel is ideal for anyone seeking a serious solution for acne and oily skin. Lipid soluble salicylic acid and mandelic acid dissolve oil to penetrate into and clear follicles for maximum results. Clarify peel is also a great solution for resurfacing and rejuvenating of ethnic skin. Peel application is followed by a highly concentrated Retinol Activator containing peptides and antioxidants to enhance recovery and overall results.

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REFINE PEEL

The Refine Peel is designed for individuals of all skin types who are seeking more significant skin rejuvenation in fewer treatments than progressive gel peels, and with less downtime than more aggressive procedures. Peel application is followed by a highly concentrated Retinol Activator containing peptides and antioxidants to enhance recovery and overall results. $150/45 min

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SERIES AVAILABLE

  • Purchase a Series of 3 – Receive 10% Off
  • Purchase a Series of 6 – Receive 15% Off
  • Purchase a Series of 9 – Receive 20% Off

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT CHEMICAL PEELS

What skin conditions can a chemical peel treat?

By removing the damaged, outer layer of your skin and promoting collagen production, a chemical peel can help to improve the tone and texture of your skin, while reducing rough patches, dull skin, lines and wrinkles around your mouth and eyes. It can also be used to treat skin damaged from the sun and acne scars.

Am I an eligible candidate for a chemical peel?

There is no real age limit for a chemical peel. However, if your skin is cut or broken, you have an active infection, sunburn, or herpes, or you’ve taken Accutane within the last six months, you’re not a good candidate for a chemical peel.

How should I prepare for my chemical peel?

Avoid sun exposure (and tanning beds) two to three weeks before your chemical peel. Two weeks before your treatment, avoid microdermabrasion treatments or another chemical peel, and use glycolic acid and retinol serums to prevent dark spots and hyperpigmentation. One week before your treatment, avoid Botox or collagen injections. Also, be sure to ask about drug interactions if you’re currently taking medication, and avoid shaving, waxing and other hair removal methods.

What takes place during a chemical peel?

Before the procedure, your skin will be thoroughly cleansed. Then, the chemical peel is applied to your skin evenly and quickly. Your skin will be watched closely so that your peel is removed at precisely the right time.

How do I take care of my skin after a chemical peel?

You can expect some redness for the first week. Once the redness starts to subside, you may see some scaling, which can last three to seven days. Apply cream or lotion and sunscreen as your skin heals.

When will I start seeing results after my chemical peel?

You may start seeing results immediately after your skin has started to heal. It may take three to five chemical peels in order to achieve your desired results.

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Book Now! 

Ready to book an appointment for a chemical peel or other facial treatments? Contact Lash Envy Studios in Mesa, Arizona to speak to a friendly member of our staff and book your appointment at our studio. We look forward to seeing you!

Chemical Peels