Do you want to improve the appearance of:
- Dull or uneven skin tone?
- Dark spots or hyperpigmentation?
- Oily or acne-prone Skin?
- Large unsightly pores?
The Miami Peel S-30 is safe and proven light to medium depth professionally applied peels that are ideal for all those who want to achieve a more youthful and even skin tone.
The Miami Peel S-30 is a proven and patented light to medium peel formula that effectively exfoliates bleaches and inhibits pigment production.
Moreover, It is best recommended for individuals with adult acne and will simultaneously aid in improving the appearance of hyperpigmentation or dark spots associated with acne lesions.
The Miami Peel S-30 is the preparation made of skin bleaching substances mix, which contains Lactic Acid, Natural Skin Moisturizing, and Citric Acid, which are used from ages to skin and discolorations after acne and additionally antiphlogistic.
Before & After Results
Q. How is the skin exfoliated and rejuvenated by using Miami Peel®?
Ans: The Miami Peel S-30 exfoliates by removing the top layer of skin and causing it to slough off within a few days. The Miami Peel will safely remove dead cells, stimulate collagen formation, smooth rough, dry skin, improve the texture of sun damaged skin, and help even out skin tones.
Thus, the Miami Peel S-30 is beneficial in enhancing the appearance of acne/blemished skin and hyperpigmentation or dark spots that arise following surgery or other trauma to the surface. Periodic treatments, in combination with a physician prescribed home care regimen, is recommended to maintain these results.
Q. What ingredients promote the exfoliation, brightening, and rejuvenation?
Ans: The Miami Peel S-30 is a proven and patented light to medium peel formula that effectively exfoliates, bleaches and inhibits pigment production. The formulation includes Alpha and Beta Hydroxy acids often referred to as “fruit acids,” such as Lactic Acid (from sour milk), Citric Acid (from citrus fruits) and Salicylic Acid (from willow bark and wintergreen leaves).
Another natural ingredient, Kojic Acid (extracted from rice mold) is an essential part of the Miami Peel because of its anti-microbial, anti-oxidant and especially for its proven skin lightening and brightening capabilities.
Q. How many treatments are recommended with Miami Peel?
Ans: Your physician will usually recommend a series of 6-8 treatments to obtain the best results.
Q. How much downtime is expected with a Miami Peel ®?
Ans: There is typically no downtime with a Miami Peel S-30. You can receive a peel on your lunch hour and return to work if you avoid excessive heat and sun exposure. Plus, apply a broad spectrum UVA/UVB sunscreen such as Q-Sunshade SPF30 / PA+++. The recovery from the peel is rapid and usually consists of minor flaking and redness for a few days. NEVER pick or pull off any exfoliating/flaking skin always let it slough off naturally.
Q. When will I start “peeling” with a Miami Peel ®, for how long and how much?
Ans: This is a superficial peel, and typically only light to medium exfoliation will be experienced.
Every individual is unique, and no two patients experience will be the same. However, usually, only light to medium flaking will be experienced with the Miami Peel S-30.
On average, you will see some mild flaking by day two or three following the treatment. It is possible to see mild flaking continue for up to five or six days.
Q. What is the difference between the Miami Peel® and Glycolic Peels?
Ans: Glycolic Acid will dehydrate and irritate the skin and make the pores larger after extended use. The Miami Peel S-30 instead uses skin-friendly Lactic Acid, Citric Acid, and Salicylic acid.
Lactic Acid forms a part of your surfaces Natural Moisturizing Factor or NMF. Citric Acid has been utilized since antiquity as a lightener of freckles and age spots. On the other hand, Salicylic acid helps regulate the sebaceous glands and oil secretion.
Besides, it will leave your skin with an evener tone, softer and more elastic, and also with a youthful glow.
Q. What skin types can benefit from the Miami Peel S-30?
Ans: Miami Peel S-30 treatments are appropriate for almost all skin types. These treatments are well tolerated and proven effective in years use, including the darkest skin types IV and V.
Furthermore, they are especially helpful for improving the appearance of sun damaged/photo-aged skin, hyperpigmented skin, aging wrinkled skin, plus mature adult oily/acne prone skin.
Q. Can I have a Miami Peel® Treatment on other parts of the body?
Ans: The Miami Peel S-30 may be applied to any part of the body. Moreover, it has been used very effectively to improve skin tone and texture of the hands and chest as well as the face.
As certain parts of the body are more sensitive than others, and skin thickness varies. Your physician can best decide what areas other than the front are also appropriate for treatment.
Q. What about sun exposure?
Ans: Avoid sun exposure. Daily use of sunscreens will prolong the effects of your treatment and help reduce your risk of skin cancer and hyperpigmentation
Q. Why are there uneven skin tones?
Ans: Conditions like melasma cause – Uneven skin tones, sun exposure, acne blemished skin, hormonal changes, and some chemical or medical conditions. All of these factors can contribute to the formation of areas in the skin with increased pigmentation making the skin color uneven.
Aside from that, as a person ages, pigmentation levels increase as cell turnover decreases. The top layer of the skin (the epidermis) is made up of dead cells. The build-up of dead skin cells on the outer covering can lead to dull skin and clogged pores.
Exfoliation with the Miami Peel S-30 will help remove the dry, hyperpigmented skin creating a smoother, more radiant skin appearance.
Q. What is Melasma & Hyperpigmentation?
Ans: Melasma is the medical term used to describe the patches of hyperpigmentation that are found on the forehead and prominent areas of the face. Melasma is derived from the Greek word “melas,” meaning Black.
These mask-like facial discolorations or brown patches are more common in women than in men. Consequently, Melasma is a harmless condition. However, it’s very aesthetically displeasing. Most forms of this condition can be treated successfully with the Miami Peel S-30 Skin Exfoliation Program.
Some of the causes of Melasma are:
- Hormonal changes caused by the use of birth control pills
- Hormonal changes caused by pregnancy
- Caused by menopause
- Excessive sun exposure
- Reaction to medications or certain ingredients used in cosmetic products
Therefore, hyperpigmentation is a condition caused by the excess of pigment in the skin. This is creating areas of brown spots on any part of the body. Pigmentation levels usually increase with age.
Brown spots are a common problem for those who have had excessive sun exposure, taking synthetic hormones, and undergoing hormonal changes. These are results of pregnancy or menopause.
There are several types of hyperpigmentation seen in humans:
- Disease-related hyperpigmentation
- Pregnancy-related hyperpigmentation
- Enzymatic deficiencies
- Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation
Q. Who should NOT have a Peel?
Ans: If you have any of the following conditions, a peel should NOT be done:
- Accutane (Iso-Tretinoin) use within the past six (6) months
- Active herpes simplex (cold sores)
- Facial Warts
- Form keloid or hypertrophic scars
- If you have a history of sun allergies
- Prior adverse reaction to a peel
- New depilatory treatment or waxing to the area to be peeled.
- Recent radiation treatment for cancer
- Sunburn or sun exposure in the last two days
- Surgery or cryosurgery, IPL or Laser treatment within the previous month to the area that you plan to have peeled
In this case, Doctors should always be made aware of Retin-A (Retinoic Acid) or Accutane (Iso-Tretinoin) before peeling.
Please contact us to see if the Miami Peel S-30 is right for you.
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