Chemical peels are a method of regenerating and resurfacing the skin by inducing a controlled wound to the skin. They remove the top layers of skin to help induce collagen remodelling and, therefore, improve sun-damaged skin, skin pigmentation problems, wrinkles, skin texture and the overall appearance of the skin. The strength of the chemical peel will determine its depth. Deeper peels will have a longer recovery, but will also result in a greater improvement in the skin.
Peels can be carried out on any part of the body.
Peels are for: Face Neck Shoulders Chest Back Arms Legs
There are several types of chemical peels suited to different skin problems and types. Chemical peels also vary in strength and are classified as superficial, medium and deep, according to the level of skin they reach.
ZO® Ossential® Stimulator “Lunchtime” Peel is a revolutionary medical grade chemical peel that stimulates cellular turnover, reducing fine lines and wrinkles and improving overall skin tone, texture and clarity. This peel is designed with NO downtime.
If you’re seriously committed to healthy skin this is the treatment of choice. The ZO® Skin Health Ossential® Stimulator Peel includes a combination of three different acids (lactic, citric and salicylic) plus potent concentrations of other active ingredients to exfoliate the skin stimulate the growth of collagen and elastin and reduce wrinkles.
What are the benefits of the ZO Stimulator Peel?
This peel can be done every week, fortnightly or monthly depending on skin condition.
This is a 40% Glycolic acid fruit peel designed to remove dead skin cells, improve acne, congestion and blocked pores. The GP40 peel reduces the appearance of fine lines and pore size. Improves texture of the skin and stimulates collagen renewal. It also improves superficial scarring and pigmentation. Additional ingredients assist with skin lightening and Hyaluronic Acid to assist in maintaining skin moisture immediately after the peel. Mild peeling may occur but is not typically severe.
This peel is recommended every 2 weeks.
The GloEnzyme peel is specifically geared for clients with sensitive and/or reactive skin. This is a great beginner peel that can be done on a regular basis.This peel helps break down dead cells for a smoother clearer skin; it also helps to reduce the production of oil. Excellent for acne, oily, uneven skin tone, pigmentation and dehydrated skins.
We frequently combine chemical peels with LED light therapy and the infusion of vitamins or Oxygen therapy to calm tissue, plump skin, and to stimulate a reparative cellular response to speed up the skin’s natural renewal process.
A customized planned combining both microdermabrasion and peels should be followed for best results. Alternating different peels with many of our latest skin treatments will give optimal results.
In-surgery chemical peels can really work wonders for revealing refreshed skin that has less lines, spots, and dullness.
Peel is formulated for both facial and non-facial skin such as: arms and legs – and any place that can use some smoothing, firming, and brightening.
“Due to its multi-targeted formulation, this peel is suitable for a wide range of skin types and ages. It addresses a broad spectrum of skin concerns ranging from acne and sun damage to flaky skin and roughness”.
Invisipeel uses a unique process to renew the epidermis without any apparent exfoliation. It targets the accelerated repair of a variety of epidermal problems like acne, discolouration, flaky skin, and roughness with a specialized blend. The enzymes papain and bromelain, plus glycolic acid, enhance and accelerate repair while diglycerin restores moisture. This enzyme blend is formulated to work with and enhance other products in the ZO Medical range.
Usage is simple, just apply after cleansing and leave Invisipeel on for one to three hours. Remove and apply your regular ZO Medical regimen.
The peel can be used two to three times a week.
This at-home peel actually uses Ossential Radical Night Repair Plus, a ZO Skin Health product that is available at Doctor’s Surgery.
Containing a 1% concentration of retinol – five to 10 times stronger than traditional retinol products
Ossential Radical Night Repair Plus can be used as an evening treatment in moderate to aggressive doses for a three to five day at-home intensive peel.
The ZO Skin Health Radical Peel protocol involves applying four to 10 pumps at night three to five consecutive days. The objective is to accelerate cellular turnover and improve skin’s ability to renew itself. The benefits include repairing damaged surface skin, strengthening skin and reducingsensitivity, improving skin texture, tightening, large pores, reducing hyperpigmentation and sun damage, and brightening, smoothing, firming and toning skin for a more youthful appearance.
With this Peel, you are in control of the peel intensity and you can customize it in order to build up tolerance to the retinol.
Before starting the peel, determine the intensity that is appropriate for your skin by discussing options with your physician/dermal therapist. You can select a moderate or strong peel protocol depending upon the condition of your skin and the results you want to achieve.
Basically the difference in the peel strengths correlates with the amount of Ossential Radical Night Repair Plus that is applied:
Moderate peel: six pumps are used.
Strong peel: eight pumps are used.
As your skin becomes accustomed to the retinol you can increase peel strength.
As with many peels, expect redness and peeling afterwards. These reactions can be minimized by applying ZO Skin Health Ommerse Daily Renewal Crème before applying Ossential Radical Night Plus in the evening. You can also stop the peel process anytime by discontinuing the Ossential Radical Night Repair Plus and using Ommerse Daily Renewal Crème three to four times a day.
This peel may be repeated monthly, increasing its strength gradually untilthe desires results are achieved. To maintain the results, repeat the peel two to three times a year.
With this peel your skin will be refreshed and rejuvenated at your own pace and schedule.