What is a chemical peel exactly?
-Involves the application of a chemical solutions to the skin in a controlled manner, to shed the top layer of skin. The desired depth of the wound is dependent upon the condition to be treated (level 1,2, or 3). After the peel, the skin regenerates!
Why the hype?
-reveal a brighter, smoother and more refined complexion, they also improve the overall look and feel of the skin in just one treatment. #chemicalpeel #shedthedead #peelseason #revalingnewskin #loveyourskin #skincare #RA #wellness #spookyseason #peels
Yes BOO, your BOOty needs love too! If you haven’t asked about Emsculpt Neo now is the perfect opportunity to learn more, tighten and firm the buns, and get real results. #emsculptneo #bootywork #RA #wellness #skincare #tighten #firm #buns #carmelin
Using Revision Skincare’s Pumpkin Enzyme Mask, immerse yourself into the smells of fall during this 60 Minute facial. The mask includes micro-exfoliator powders and pumpkin enzyme work together to sweep away dead cells 💀from the surface of the skin. Instantly, skin is revitalized with a youthful, refreshed glow. 🌟 The hydrating, antioxidant formula helps the skin combat environmental stressors, and gold Brazilian clay has detoxifying benefits that can help draw out impurities and toxins from skin.
Here are your questions answered!
-How does it work?
Applying sterile microneedles deep into the dermis of the skin. They create micro-channels to stimulate collagen + radio frequency heat energy to tighten and lift skin
-How long will it take?
This all depends on the area being treated.
-How about after care?
No social downtime. Your skin may be appear red for a few hours, but the post care regimen works to soothe the skin.
-When can I see results?
Results are natural, immediate and will continue to improve over 4-6 weeks.
-Am I a candidate?
Coming in for a consult is a very important step prior to booking your microneedling appointment.
-How many treatments is best?
We recommend 3-4 treatments, spaced 4-6 weeks apart.
Have more questions? We’d love to help.