New Year, New Skin with a Gentle Peel from Obagi
If your New Year's resolutions include getting your skin looking its best, our top recommendation is the Obagi Blue Peel Radiance to help turn over a new leaf - giving great results with minimal downtime.
Perhaps your winter skin is looking tired and in need of a boost, or if you have big events coming up in 2018 - the sooner the better when it comes to skin preparations. Here's our quick guide to this fantastic skin rejuvenation treatment.
What's it good for?
Practically anyone and everyone! This gentle peel is great for breakouts and can help reduce pigmentation, improve skin radiance and tone. As you can see from the image below, skin looks smoother, brighter, more even and calmer. The Blue Peel Radiance can also help with fine lines/wrinkles caused by skin damage and dehydration. By rejuvenating the skin with a peel you are also helping your skincare products to work better at home, so it's your best first step to fresh, glowing skin.
Obagi Blue Peel Radiance Before & After
For best results, ideally (if your schedule and budget allow) you should have 6 peels spaced some 2-4 weeks apart.
Some discomfort during the treatment, described as a hot tingling as the product gets to work. This is manageable and since it is a relatively short treatment, the discomfort is over in a short time. You may find things easier after your first peel, since then you know what to expect and lose the fear of the unknown!
Initial redness likened to mild sunburn or windburn – which generally diminishes over the course of the day. Skin sensitivity, tightness, mild to moderate peeling are all normal reactions
Quite simply, treat your skin gently with TLC while the peel does its job – gentle products without fragrance, lots of moisture, and no exfoliation. Take care not to use occlusive/clogging makeup or face creams. We will give you all the guidance you need.
The Obagi Blue Peel Radiance is not suitable for those who are:
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