When it comes to medical-grade chemical peels, the options available on the market today may appear daunting. It is a skin care professional’s job to help clients navigate the best treatment options to suit their specific needs and concerns. Chemical peels are not one-size-fits-all. It is important to take into consideration the differences that make each client unique. Their skin is distinct to them. It is essential to have a thorough understanding of individual skin types, conditions, and suitability of specific treatments available to deliver successful results for clients.
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Janet Dunleavy began her journey into aesthetics after battling a multitude of skin sensitivities including severe eczema. She received her aesthetician license in 2003 and obtained her registered nursing license in 2009. She has worked as a cardiovascular critical care nurse for more than 10 years. Her entry into the world of medical aesthetics began when she joined the team at OmniaPiel in 2017. She is trained in a variety of aesthetic services including neurotoxins, dermal fillers, microneedling, and medical-grade chemical peels. Her role at OmniaPiel is to her clients transform their skin by providing cutting edge, bespoke skin care treatments.