Micropeel / Skin Brightening

Skin Brightening Before & After Treatment

Skin Brightening Before & After Treatment

Dermaplaning is used to exfoliate the skin and hair. A lactic enzyme is used afterwards. It improves the appearance of epidermal lines, evens the appearance of pigmentation, eliminates the feeing of dry skin, and refines the appearance of pore size. It makes the skin appear smoother and feel softer. It reduces the appearance of dull skin.

 


How can Micropeel/Skin Brightening help you?

It improves the appearance of epidermal lines, evens the appearance of pigmentation, eliminates the feeling of dry skin, and refines the appearance of pore size. It makes the skin appear smoother and feel softer. It reduces the appearance of dull skin.

How does it work?

Dermaplaning is used to exfoliate the skin and hair. A lactic enzyme is used afterwards to further remove the damaged outer layers of skin.

What can you expect during your treatment?

Your face will be cleaned. Dermalplaning will be performed which is painless. After wards a lactic enzyme peel will be applied. You skin will be rinsed and luxurious products will be applied to smooth and nourish your skin.

What areas can be treated?

Face and arms

To prepare for treatment

Please avoid tanning the area to be treated. If you do go out in the sun, use complete sun block (>SPF), applied 2 to 3 times a day for at least 3 weeks prior to your treatment. Deeply tanned skin should be treated 4 to 6 weeks after active sun exposure. Schedule your treatments when you are not having your menstrual period as some women experience more pain with this treatment during their menstrual periods.

For 7 days before treatment, avoid taking anticoagulants (including baby aspirin, Advil, Motrin, ibuprofen, flax, fish oil and extra vitamin C and E). However, if you have been prescribed an anticoagulant (such as heparin or warfarin, Naprosyn, or any other blood thinner), then you must get permission from your treating doctor to have the treatment.

For 2 to 3 days prior to treatment, discontinue any irritant topical agents, such as alpha-hydroxy acids, beta-hydroxy acids, glycolic acids, resorcinol, and retinoic acid.

If possible, arrive with clean skin. There should be no lotion, sunscreen, make-up, perfume, powder, bath or shower oil, or deodorant present on the skin area to be treated. Your skin should be clean. If you do come in with something on your skin, please inform us, so we may clean your skin prior to the treatment. The treatment needs to penetrate the skin, so lotions such as sunscreen and make-up will block the light and then you will have a less effective treatment.

After treatment instructions

Please avoid sunlight or use sunscreen religiously. You may resume using your retinol 3 days later. Otherwise you will look fabulous and may resume any activities.

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