Power Peels are an exfoliating treatment that reveals fresh, refined skin without abrasion or down time. Our Power Peels will loosen the top layer of the dermis, promote cell renewal, reduce fine lines, minimize the appearance of pores, even out skin tone, and prevent clogged pores.
Perfect for acne-prone or oily skin types. Treatment utilizes 25% Lactic, 22% Beta Salicylic or 33% Glycolic properties. (Your esthetician will determine highest yielding choice during treatment.)
- Acne-prone skin
- Oily skin
- Uneven skin
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What can you expect after a Power Peel at Skin spa new york?
Reduction in fine lines
The exfoliating nature of a Power Peel promotes new skin growth and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
More even skin tone
Power Peels give noticeable improvements to skin tone, even out pigment, and fade post-blemish hyperpigmentation.
Improvement in acne scars
By promoting the growth of new skin cells, Power Peels can reduce the appearance of acne scars or pock marks.
Reduced acne lesions
If you have active acne on your face, a Power Peel can help reduce acne lesions and inflammation.
Fewer clogged pores
Oil and bacteria clog pores which can cause acne—Power Peels reduce clogged pores and prevent new acne.
With an overall improvement in skin tone and texture comes minimized pores.
How often should I get Power Peels?
We recommend Power Peels every two weeks to help maintain your healthy skin and correct and prevent skin issues before they become problematic.
What are the benefits of Power Peels?
<>Power Peels can result in noticeable improvements to skin tone, texture, and appearance. They can also even out pigment, increases hydration, refine texture, and uncover brightness. In addition, they dissolve pore-clogging debris, smooth fine lines and wrinkles, diminish/reduce superficial scars, reduce acne lesions and inflammation, and fade post-blemish hyperpigmentation. It is also ideal for other body parts besides the face.
Will Power Peels make me break out?
A Power Peel may/should exfoliate the surface of your skin, so you may have a slight breakout for a few days after the treatment due to the compromised skin barrier. These generally subside within a few days to a week.
I have a big event. When should I get a Power Peel?
We find that a lot of people wait until a day or two before a big event to get a Power Peel. But we recommend getting a Power Peel at least 7–10 days before a big event so that any skin irritation has subsided and the full effects of the Power Peel are noticeable.
What should I do to prepare for a Power Peel?
Our Power Peel focuses on the neck up (cleansing, toning, etc.), so you may want to remove your makeup and pull your hair away from the face. Cosmetics can be reapplied after the treatment. Men should be clean shaven, unless bearded. We recommend shaving the night before the treatment to reduce possible irritation.
What can I expect during a Power Peel treatment?
Prior to your facial, you will be asked to fill out a consultation form to help us identify your most important concerns. Your Power Peel will start with an initial consultation by our esthetician, who will view your skin under a magnifying lamp. Based upon the analysis, your esthetician will recommend the right treatment for you.
Your facial treatment will include a cleanse with steam, application of appropriate peel, facial mask, facial and upper shoulder massage, and finishing products such as moisturizer, eye cream, and SPF. In addition, your esthetician may recommend additional add-on treatments that will enhance your results, such as laser facials, lip/eye hydration, or oxygen hydration.
Can I get a Power Peel if my skin is broken out?
Facials help correct and maintain healthy skin, and most skin is not free of blemishes. Your esthetician will select the facial best suited for your skin type. If you have any open blemishes, your esthetician will work around those areas. In extreme cases, we may recommend that you see a cosmetic dermatologist.
When should I not get a Power Peel? Are there any restrictions or contraindications?
Power Peels are not recommended if you have the following conditions:
Sunburn on the face
Open cuts or abrasions
Bruises and swelling (get your physician’s approval for a treatment)
Active herpes lesions/cold sores
Conjuctivitis (pink eye)
Extreme allergic sensitivities
Illness – please reschedule as a courtesy to the staff and other clients
Recent Botox or filler treatment (no facial treatments within 48 hours for Botox, 1 week for filler)
Pregnancy – if you are pregnant, your facial treatment will be modified. If you have special circumstances or restrictions, a doctor’s note is required
Will my skin be red or irritated after my Power Peel?
You may experience redness after a Power Peel. Your skin might also be slightly irritated; however, this should clear up within a few days. Certain skin types (sensitive skin) are more prone to post-treatment redness.
How can I maintain the results of my Power Peel at home on a daily basis?
Not all at-home products are the same; we offer a variety of high quality at-home skin care products that should be used between your facial treatments to maintain results. Please ask your esthetician for the products that are right for you.
What is a series of Power Peels and why is it recommended?
A series of facials is recommended for most individuals in order to start an effective skin care regimen. In order to get the best and fastest results, we recommend a series of 6 Power Peels spaced every 1–3 weeks apart (dependent on the peel/skin) to get your skin in optimal condition.
Most of our clients benefit from adding on other treatments to enhance the facial results and skin appearance, including laser facials and/or extractions.
Should I get a facial waxing treatment the same day as a Power Peel?
Yes, but waxing should always be done prior to your Power Peel for the most comfort and safety to your skin. Waxed areas should be carefully avoided during your Power Peels in order to avoid irritating the skin.