Chemical Peels in Barrie
Natural consequences of sun exposure, stress and aging can be a variety of skin issues such as: fine lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, acne breakouts, loss of collagen, rough texture or overall dry skin. One way to effectively manage these concerns is to use appropriate skin care products and receive chemical peels. Depending on the type and strength of peel, it is possible to stimulate collagen production, accelerate cell turnover, slow oil production, minimize pigmentation and destroy damaged skin cells with “downtime” ranging from a week to none at all.
ZO Skin Health
Ossential Stimulator Peel
A treatment which is the perfect “lunchtime” peel from ZO Skin Health with no downtime!This revolutionary alpha/beta hydroxyl acid spa peel stimulates cellular turnover, reduces fine lines and wrinkles, and improves the overall skin tone, texture and clarity.A perfect option for patients looking to have a relaxing facial experience while experiencing the results of an in-office peel.
This peel is a professional, pharmaceutical grade treatment that contains 14% lactic acid, 14% salicylic acid, and 14% resorcinol. This combination gel delivers a medium superficial peel. Follow-up with a Vivier Skin Care System intensifies the peel, resulting in softened fine lines, diminished hyperpigmentation, soften fine lines, decreased acne breakouts and pore size, and an increase in cellular turnover.
Renew and refresh your skin with this mild facial peel containing panthenol, resorcinol, anti-aging peptides, AHA and BHA. Expect no downtime and radiant skin following this treatment.
Lactic single acid peels are recommended for dry, mature and sensitive skin types in need of hydration. This peel will soften fine lines and wrinkles and stimulate collagen and elastin production.
Salicylic acid acts directly on oily skin problems or those prone to acne, whiteheads and skin blemishes. This mixes freely with existing oils on the epidermis as well as sebaceous material within the follicle. It is particularly recommended in the care of skins with impurities or acne problems as salicylic acid is a sebo-regulator, containing antiseptic, bacteriostatic and fungicidal properties.
Trichloracetic acid is recommended for medium to deep wrinkles, moderate to severe photo damage, actinic and seborrhea keratosis, and mild to moderate acne. This peel will improve tone and texture of facial skin with minimal to total resurfacing achieved depending on strength, layers and time left on facial tissue.
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