With use of this peeling solution, your skin may become red and take on a frosting appearance during application. In some cases, the skin will have a temporary anesthesia or numbing effect. The skin may appear red or dark for several days while recovering from the peel. Breakouts may also occur after peeling. This reaction is normal and the breakout is due to the pores cleansing and bringing debris to the surface. Your skin should begin to balance out within a few weeks, leading to clearer and less oily skin.
(Downtime will vary depending on how many layers are applied)
Jessner Peel is suitable for most skin types particularly normal to oily, acneic, and sun damaged. Sensitive and dry skin types should consult with one of our estheticians to determine if the Jessner peel is an appropriate choice for them.
Improved skin tone, texture and clarity. Reduction of acne, clogged pores, shallow wrinkles, and fine lines. Increase in collagen and elastin production.
Please read complete instructions
that arrive with your peel prior to applying.
Step 1: Wash the skin with a gel based cleanser, we recommend our Pre Peel Cleanser and pat dry. Then apply pre-peel solution using a cotton ball to ensure the skin is properly cleansed.
Step 2: Apply the Jessner peel to a gauze pad and smooth it over the desired area of the face, neck or decolletage.
Step 3: Allow the peel to set for no more than 5-8 minutes during the first application. Observe the reaction and layer accordingly. For a light peel you can apply 2-3 layers, for a medium strength peel 4-6, and 6-8 layers for an extremely deep peel.
Step 4: Remove the peel by applying the Neutralizer Solution directly over the applied area. Rinse the remaining solution with cool water. Gently pat the skin dry.
Step 5. Apply anti aging serum, we recommend MedPeel Hyaluronic Replenish Serum.
Step 6: Apply moisturizer over serum, we recommend MedPeel Hyaluronic Moisturizer Cream
Maintain your new vibrant skin with
MedPeel Salicylic 2% Daily Exfoliator and a daily SPF 30+ moisturizer.
*Darker skin tones (particularly Fitzpatrick 4, 5, and 6) should proceed with caution due to an increased risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation from resorcinol exposure