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Friday, 30 July 2010 09:50

Great Peel Treatments

In today’s society of over-indulgence and “I-want-it-now” mentality it is important to understand the benefits and the precautions of using peels. Benefits include, but are not limited to; removal of excessive buildup of dead skin cells, smoothing and tightening of skin, lightening of brown spots, the diminishing of under-eye puffiness and circles, and it aids in the treatment of sun damage. Risks can range from irritation to a chemical burns. With this being said not only is it important for you as a professional to complete a thorough consultation it is also imperative to make sure that your clients understand the pre- and post-treatment precautions so they can appreciate the process and the results from the peel. We have included several different peel treatments from spas to assist you building or strengthening your current menu thereby providing your clients with natural, healthy resolutions to their skin care challenges and/or concerns.

Age Defying Hand Peel
$30 for 30 minutes
This treatment gently exfoliates, followed by a phyto-peel and a glycolic moisturizing massage that restores youth, eliminating age spots and wrinkles. This treatment is best done when in a series. Results are varied and are usually noticed on the first and second treatment.
Sunday's Ultimate Day Spa
Columbus, GA
706-322-5566
www.sundaysdayspa.com

Arcona Organic Enzyme Peel
$110 for 50 minutes; Series of 6 for $549
This Enzyme Peel provides excellent cellular renewal for sun damaged, aged and dull looking skin. This activating yet soothing treatment cleanses and restores your skin to its natural and beautiful balance. Organic fruit enzymes dissolve dead skin and cleanse pores, thereby stimulating the dermis to manufacture more collagen and elastin. Regular Organic Enzyme Peels continue to help your body produce new, strong, healthier and younger looking skin, without the harsh side effects of a chemical peel. Experience the Arcona Glow. The results are cumulative, as improvements increase over a series of treatments.
Spa Gregorie's Day Spa
Newport Beach, CA
949-644-6672
www.spagregories.com

Blue Agave Enzyme Peel
$100 for 50 minutes
This peel is a 25 percent lactic acid blend with blue agave enzymes and crushed blueberries. All skin types benefit from this peel, although fantastic results are seen with skin that has topical imperfections such as light break outs, uneven skin tone or Rosacea. Light peeling or flaking may occur for a few days.
Sana Vida Wellness Spa & Tea Bar
Marble Falls, TX
830-693-6000
www.sanavida.com

Crystal Bright Peel
$175
Crystal bright peel is a medium peel to help relieve stubborn pigmented spots, uneven tone, oily, large pores. Reduce discoloration and improve overall health and appearance of the skin. Stimulates collagen and elasticity, antiseptic and inflammatory support like acne, diminishes malignant cell growth, reduces fines lines and wrinkles, and repairs sun damaged skin. Overall, rejuvenates all skin types. After peel avoid sun exposure (use sun block at all times) and do not use any products containing alcohol, perfumes, or acids.
Skin Care by Klara
Scottsdale, AZ
480-247-8240
www.skincarebyklara.com

Europeel
$185 for 60 minutes; add a Cold Stone Massage, $15 for 15 minutes
Our most popular facial by far is the Europeel. The Europeel combines medical microdermabrasion with two medical grade chemical peels to deliver optimal results. The combination of the microdermabrasion and peels help exfoliate, rejuvenate, retexturize, and reveal flawless younger looking skin.
Sanctuary Spa Saratoga Springs
Saratoga Springs, NY
866-268-8856
www.sanctuarysaratoga.com

Lacto-Flora Peel
$75 for 45 minutes
Experience the immediate, visible results of this lactic acid peel. This exfoliating treatment is ideal for all skin types and sensitive acne-prone skin and it is also effective in repairing fine lines and sun damage, as well as lightening pigmentation spots. Combining the latest in natural peeling agents to deliver outstanding results; pyruvic flower acid helps to control acne and pore clogging while green tea extracts work to prevent skin sensitivity.
Invigo Day Spa
Marietta, GA
678-905-7377
www.invigodayspa.com

Mauli Ola
$110 for 50 minutes; $160 for 80 minutes
This gentle peel will accomplish great results leaving client’s face and neck refined and smooth. A specially prepared blend of fruits stimulates new cell growth and replenishes the skin with nutrients. A cooling facial massage with cool beauty globes complete this facial. This treatment addresses fine lines, acne, hyperpigmentation, and dryness. Results can be seen immediately.
Maui Spa & Wellness Center
Boca Raton, FL
561-395-7733
www.themauispa.com

Naturopathica Enzyme Peel
$110 for 60 minutes
This holistic cleansing treatment uses wild black cherry or pumpkin enzymes to clear the skin of cellular build up that causes blackheads. It is fortified with a mélange of beta carotenes to slow down environmental damage to the skin. The result is a glowing, smooth complexion.
Cottage Breeze Day Spa & Boutique
Kennebunk, ME
207-967-2259
www.cottagebreeze.com

One-Day Facial Peel
$200 for 90 minutes
All natural alpha, beta hydroxy acids and four different types of cleansing agents gently exfoliate dry, dull skin to stimulate cellular renewal and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Soothing vitamin K eliminates irritation and makes this rejuvenating facial suitable for most skin types. Please note for maximum result, we recommend a series of four to six treatments.
Candlewood Salon Day Spa
Brookfield, CT
203-740-7600
www.candlewooddayspa.com

Pumpkin Enzyme Peel
Face: 1 Session for $55, 3 Sessions for $150, 6 Sessions for $275. Back for $85, Chest & neck with face for $30, Hands for $15
Utilizing pumpkin enzymes, glycolic and lactic acids gently dissolve dead surface skin cells. This deep exfoliant stimulates cellular turnover; increases elasticity, texture, and tone; improves sun-damaged skin; fights free radical damage; unclogs pores; and reduces acne to reveal radiant skin that is supple and naturally hydrated. This is a treatment for people serious about improving their skin. Best when done in a series, but great results from one treatment. Can be used to treat skin conditions all over the body.
Sensations Skin & Day Spa
Las Vegas, NV
702-645-7727
www.sensationsskin.com

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