According to some historians, ancient Egyptian women used sour milk to improve the look of their complexion, a rudimentary form of lactic and alpha hydroxy acids. In ancient Rome people used grapes, exfoliating grains and even limestone to rid their complexions of freckles and even skin tone. In 1874 a dermatologist in Vienna utilized the very first chemical peel which combined certain acids to achieve an even deeper exfoliation. These early facial peels were effective, but the outcome wasn’t always gently achieved.
The Evolution of Facial Peels
Skin rejuvenation was the goal of these chemical peels and doctors and early estheticians worked to find a formula that provided a controlled penetration without further skin damage. The purpose of a rejuvenating chemical peel is to correct damage (aging, discoloration, sun damage, melasma) by penetrating the keratin of the skin and removing the dead skin cells on the epidermal surface. The body responds to the controlled damage by building new skin cells as a healing response. This minimizes discoloration, improves skin's texture and results in a fresher, younger looking appearance.
Obviously not all chemical peels are equal when it comes to results. Depending on the issues you want to address and factors such as age and skin pigmentation, you may need a peel that penetrates minimally, or a deeper chemical peel in Myrtle Beach.
Safe and Effective for Your Skin Type
The MandeliClear peel is designed for darker skin tones. Women of color, who have deeper complexions, will benefit from this unique peel which has been designed to penetrate deeper in a gentle yet thorough way. The MandeliClear acid complex will lighten and eliminate the effects of melasma, a hormonal darkening of the skin common in pregnancy, as well as acne pigmentation and sun-damaged skin.
The unique blend of salicylic, lactic and mandelic acids, along with the compound resorcinol, provide an effective deeply penetrating peel that is safe for nearly all skin sensitivities. The proprietary properties of the remarkable MandeliClear peel perfect your complexion by penetrating the pores and going beneath the hair follicles to remove the damage and hyperpigmentation of your skin.
How MandeliClear Peel Works to Perfect Your Complexion
The MandeliClear system is a two-part process, which accounts for the phenomenal results. The acids in the MandeliClear focus on surface proteins, while the second part of the treatment uses Vitamin A which penetrates deeper into the skin to accelerate the peeling process. All of this with minimal discomfort, recovery or down time.
The MandeliClear process begins with a thorough cleansing of your skin using a specialized lipid-replacing cleanser. This allows for a thorough application of the peel, ensuring it’s even and complete. Next is the application of the MandeliClear peel. Depending on your needs you may require a second application to achieve your desired outcome.
With the MandeliClear initial first and, if need be, second application you may feel a bit of warming and some tingling. That is to be expected. The next application is the Vitamin A accelerator. Once it is applied, you can expect the discomfort to increase a bit more to a burning sensation. This is the Vitamin A accelerator deepening the penetration.
Post-Treatment Care Included
After your MandeliClear Peel treatment, you will be sent home with post care instructions. Follow your instructions to the letter and make certain to use sun protection. Along with your instructions will be products to facilitate the healing and rejuvenation of your skin. Depending on your esthetician’s instructions, you will likely be asked to return in about five days for a follow-up facial.
Is MandeliClear Peel Right For You?
If you have unsightly skin discoloration from hormone-related melasma, pigment darkening acne, aging or sun damage contact Cinzia Spa in Myrtle Beach and find out how our MandeliClear Peel can help. Cinzia Spa in Myrtle Beach offers a full line of complexion perfecting peels, facials, and other spa services to boost your confidence.