Medical Peels

Glytone by Enerpeel ™

Face

Using the latest delivery system, Glytone by Enerpeel ™ is a quick and effective treatment. This process lifts dead skin cells and stimulates the skin’s natural renewal process. A consultation with one of our estheticians will determine which of these peels is right for you. A series of four is encouraged to see optimal results.

With a series of these peels skin results may include:

  • Improvement in skin tone and brightness
  • Decrease in fine lines and wrinkles
  • Decrease in environmental skin discoloration
  • Reduction in pore size
  • Improvement in skin texture
  • Decrease in intermittent to permanent redness

Glytone Professional by Enerpeel ™ Mandelic Acid addresses skin prone to intermittent to permanent redness.

Glytone Professional by Enerpeel ™ Jessner addresses premature signs of aging, aging and superficial hyperpigmented skin.

Glytone Professional by Enerpeel ™ TCA-LP addresses aging skin and moderate hyperpigmentation.

Back

Glytone Professional by Enerpeel ™ Salicylic Acid addresses acne-prone skin.

Neck

Glytone Professional by Enerpeel ™ addresses premature aging skin of the neck and décolleté.

Eye & Lip

The newest and most revolutionary peel on the market for eyes and lips also Glytone by Enerpeel ™. The eye and lip peel increases skin firmness around the lips, decreases sun damage and dark circles, improves appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and improves skin tone and texture.

Pre-Treatment Information for Glytone by Enerpeel ™ Medical Peels

Please be sure that prior to peel you have not:

  • Used isotretinoin (accutane) in the past 12 months
  • Used Retin A or similar medications for 2 weeks
  • Shaved 24 hours prior in the area to be treated
  • Used benzoyl peroxide within 7 days
  • Waxed 7 days prior in the area to be treated
  • Had cosmetic injectables within the last 7 days

The following are contraindicated for medical peels:

  • Rosacea (not contraindicated for mandelic peel)
  • A history of radiation to the treated area
  • Active herpes simplex or infection in the area to be treated
  • A history of hypertrophic scar formation
  • An allergy to the peel ingredients
  • Personal or family history of developing post inflammatory hyperpigmentation
  • Pregnancy, lactation, or the possibility that you will become pregnant in the next 30 days
  • Prior negative reaction to skin treatments including peels
  • Surgery, laser treatment, dermabrasion or other treatments that have not been approved by a skin care professional as appropriate for treatment with a peel

Overview of medications that are contraindicated for peels:

  • Antihistamines
  • Chemotherapy drugs
  • Malaria medications
  • Cardiac medications
  • Diuretics
  • Medications for diabetes
  • Painkillers
  • Skin medications
  • Acne medications
  • Psychiatric medications
  • Antibiotics

For a detailed list of the medications that are contraindicated for peels, please ask at the front desk.

Post Treatment Information for Glytone by Enerpeel ™ Medical Peels

Flaking and/or peeling may occur for up to 5 days following the procedure. Redness, tightness, and sensitivity can occur for up to 5 days following the procedure.

  • Do not expose treated areas to water for 12 hours post procedure
  • Do not re-introduce any retinoids or other exfoliants (such as salicylic or glycolic) for 5 days post procedure
  • Protect your skin from direct sun for 3 days post procedure
  • Use a broad spectrum sunscreen of 30 SPF or higher every day for no less than 7 days; reapply as necessary
  • Do not wax treated area for 7 days post treatment
  • Avoid hot baths/showers, sweating, and strenuous exercise for one week post procedure
  • Avoid rubbing, picking, and scrubbing treated area; it could lead to scarring
  • Do not use Latisse for 7 days post treatment
  • Do not get cosmetic injectables within the next 14 days​

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