pK Peels

Lactic Acid

Description Lactic acid is a member of the Alpha Hydroxy group of molecules that promote desquamation of the stratum corneum. Skin Type Indications: Aging, acneic or keratizined skin. Tolerated by most skin types for full timing. Can be used up to 5 minutes on any Fitzpatrick skin type. This peel can be repeated every 4 weeks. … Continue Reading

Dermafrost Peel

Description This peel has two strengths, 12.5% and 25%. A higher strength agent, salicylic has the benefits of alpha-hydroxy acid, yet is more effective in the treatment of early to moderate photo aging. Skin Type Indications: Sun damaged skin (actinic keratoses) Acne grades I and II, oily skin Pigmentation abnormalities Aging skin, fine wrinkles Rough, … Continue Reading

Alpha-Beta Peel

Description This very effective peel uses the perfect blend of acids to exfoliate without harshness, irritation or inflammation. A new technology in peeling, clients experience little to no stinging and should not experience flaking or peeling. Important: A full client consultation is necessary before treatment. Have client fill out and sign consent form. Verbally repeat … Continue Reading

MandeliClear Peel System with Vitamin A Accelerator

Description The MandeliClear Peel  System was developed specifically for attenuating pigmentation issues associated with darker Fitzpatrick skin types. The system can be classified as a modified Jessner, containing 7% lactic, 7% salicylic and 7% resorcinol, in an ethanol base with quillaja bark. It also contains 9% mandelic acid, which is often derived from almond and … Continue Reading

Jessner Peel

Description Circadia’s Jessner’s Peel is a combination of 14% Resorcinol, 14% Lactic and 14% Salicylic Acid. Since resorcinol is a peeling agent, the client will experience noticeable peeling or flaking approximately 3 to 4 days after the peel. Resorcinol will increase the amount of peeling experienced after a peel. Peeling is usually light to moderate … Continue Reading