Are you looking for a good exfoliation to help brighten and even out your skin tone? At RUMA we offer 3 effective levels of ZO medical-grade chemical peels to help with exfoliation, specific to your skin needs!
What is a Chemical Peel?
Chemical Peels are a method of exfoliation ranging from mild, that work in the upper layers of the epidermis, to deeper peels, that penetrate the deeper layers of the epidermis and upper dermal tissue. Peel levels are selected based on your overall skin health and desired goal! Peels can be used to enhance and increase overall treatment results to target the following conditions: Sun damage, rough/uneven texture, fine lines, wrinkles, tissue laxity, acne, congestion in the skin, hyperpigmentation, dullness, dryness, and certain types of scarring.
What is a Chemical Peel Treatment Like?
We prep your skin by using ZO products to cleanse and degrease, getting rid of any make-up and oils on the skin, this allows for even penetration of the chemical peel. We start with one layer of the ZO chemical peel and possibly more depending on how aggressive your aesthetician thinks is needed.
How Long Does a Chemical Peel Treatment Take?
The process usually takes 30-45 minutes but can be adjusted depending on your needs. There is no pain or discomfort, and the treatment is safe.
What Can I Expect Post-treatment?
Your aesthetician will decide which level of chemical peel is best suited for your skin. Depending on the level of chemical peel you may experience no peeling or moderate peeling of the skin. Once your skin is done going through the peeling process, it will look bright and refreshed!
How Often Should I Get a Chemical Peel?
We recommend a series of 3-6 chemical peels for optimum results. With allowing 4 weeks in between each treatment.
What Do I Need to Prepare for a Chemical Peel Treatment?
• No sun exposure one week before treatment
• Stop using retinols one week prior to treatment
• RUMA’s ZO three step peel requires the use of a retinol for 6 weeks to prep the skin
Book a Consult with your RUMA aesthetician to see which RUMA Chemical Peel will be best suited for your skin concerns!