AN INDUSTRY-CHANGING CHEMICAL PEEL

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The Perfect Peel is a chemical peel like no other. Patients reach day 3 and see that the peel is real: the top layer of skin literally peels away to reveal healthy, glowing, fresh skin beneath. The unique, blended formula combines 5 super-acids, PLUS glutathione, PLUS vitamins + minerals to not only reach layers of the skin that most peels can’t (while remaining safe and predictable), but to nourish the dermis with a host of skin-loving ingredients. The incredible results achieved from The Perfect Peel treatment can only be carried out by medical professionals that we’ve trained and certified. We strongly believe in regulating the aesthetics industry, and are proud of our impact on the chemical peel sector by upholding this high standard. It also means you can be assured that you’re in the hands of a skilled, experienced medical professional, who is an expert in The Perfect Peel. 

 

The Perfect Peel® is the first ever medical grade chemical peel with Glutathione, for all skin types that will rejuvenate your skin, leaving it looking younger and healthier after just one application. The Perfect Peel requires no pre-peel skin preparation. It is fast acting, easy to apply and virtually painless. The entire process takes less than 15 minutes and down time is less than a week. It is safe and effective on all skin types and improves many skin concerns such as hyperpigmentation, melasma, acne, rosacea and all the signs of aging.

DAY 1-2

Day 1 is the day the peel treatment was applied, the area will feel tight and may appear darker than usual. The peel solution needs to stay on the area for at least 6 hours- so no washing, touching or rubbing the skin! Also, do not apply any make-up, skincare, lotions, ointments or creams etc. You don’t want to do anything that will add moisture to the skin and potentially inhibit the peeling process.

On the evening of Day 1, you can wash your face very gently using only water, and pat dry. Or you can forego washing entirely. We will not judge. Around 15 minutes before bedtime use one of the post-peel towelettes (provided in the Home Kit) and vigorously apply it to your face. This will help to activate the peel solution further and is an essential part of the peeling process. It may mildly sting and irritate, but that is completely normal.

Some discomfort and irritation is considered normal. Remember, this is a medical chemical peel. If extreme, or you are at all concerned, please contact the practitioner who performed the treatment.

Avoid sun exposure, excessive sweating, saunas or heavy exercise during the peel process.

On Day 2, do not apply anything to your skin! Whilst it may be tempting, it will really affect your results. This also includes SPF. Follow the same procedure in the evening, using the post-peel towelette.

PRO TIP

Alleviate stinging, discomfort or itchiness: apply a cold compress against the irritated area; take ordinary pain relief tablets; take antihistamine tablets to help with itching.

 

DAY 3-5

Generally today is peel day! When you’ll start to see the skin peel away in sheets! This is the hard part, you must not rub, pick or pull on the peeling skin, let the process occur naturally. At this stage, messing may result in scarring.

Gently wash (don’t scrub) and pat dry the treated area morning and night, and apply The Perfect Peel Moisturiser as needed, supplied in the Home Kit. A sunscreen of at least SPF 30 should be applied every 2 hours in sun exposure.

DAY 6 AND AFTER

 

The peeling process is generally complete, although some mild sloughing, flaking and redness may still be occurring in some treated areas. You can now resume your normal skin care products, unless otherwise advised.

Continue to protect your skin with at least SPF 30 daily.

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THE PERFECT PEEL™ IS A SYNERGISTIC BLEND OF 5 ACIDS, VITAMINS, MINERALS AND THE MOTHER OF ALL ANTIOXIDANTS, GLUTATHIONE.

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The perfect peel is a medical grade peel and is carried out by a qualified and experienced nurse prescriber.