Jessner can be used to treat a variety of skin conditions, such as acne, hyperpigmentation (sun damage; post acne pigmentation), mature skin (reduces appearance of fine lines and wrinkles), and scarring.
This peel may or may not have a certain degree of discomfort; usually a stinging sensation is associated with this peel. The stinging sensation is said to peak, and then subside. (In most cases, clients report experiencing discomfort during the first two layers, in comparison with the third, fourth, fifth, or sixth layers.)
The combination of the acids in this peel are formulated to trick your skin into believing it has been injured, sending signals to start healing itself. Once your skin starts to peel, you will notice rosy new skin.
Our licensed aesthetician has been certified by an accredited school to have completed the required training to be able to perform this peel. Since then she has performed many peels, all having been successful.
No, depending on certain factors that will be determined by your aesthetician, which she will go over with you, there are certain steps that need to be taken in order to ensure a successful result from your peel. Patch testing, medications, and preparing your skin are just a few of the things your aesthetician needs to review before actually starting the peel, but don’t worry, she will devise a plan specific to your skin care needs and will start peeling you as soon as possible.
Not necessarily. Your aesthetician will go over your post-peel instructions and will make sure to give you a copy of your instructions, but as long as you keep to those instructions, there should not be any necessary downtime from normal activities. All this will be discussed during your initial consultation.