Mesopeel is the most advanced range of specific chemical peels, designed to treat hyperpigmentation, signs of each phase of aging, acne, rosacea, and other skin imperfections.
What Is A Encino Mesopeel?
Can be used to treat hyperpigmentation, signs of each phase of aging and aesthetic conditions such as acne and its effects, couperosis, rosacea, stretch marks and other imperfections. Our skin renews and regenerates naturally every 28 days, but with time and at certain times of life, adolescence, pregnancy, menopause, this process becomes irregular and slower; provoking the appearance of skin alterations: acne, shine, dilated pores, wrinkles, dull tone, pigmentation spots, etc.
What Is the Composition of the Mesopeel?
A Mesopeel is a special type of chemical peel that rejuvenates your skin to restore a healthy glow. Composed of various acids and extracts, a Mesopeel is designed to exfoliate your skin while infusing it with antioxidants and vitamins. All of the ingredients work together to stimulate your own body’s collagen production while improving your skin’s texture and tone.
What Are the Benefits of a Mesopeel?
In addition to brightening your skin, a Mesopeel also offers a variety of skin-boosting benefits which include:
- Exfoliation: Specialized acid in the Mesopeel removes dead skin, revealing a smoother, healthier-looking complexion.
- Improves Skin Texture and Tone: A Mesopeel also evens out areas of uneven skin texture.
- Minimize lines and wrinkles: With regular treatment, having Mesopeels can reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
- Treat acne flares: The salicylic acid unclogs pores and can help reduce acne flares.
How Many Times Can You Have a Mesopeel?
The frequency of having Mesopeel treatment will depend on your skin type and the strength of the peel. Milder peels can be performed every two to four weeks. Medium-depth peels and deep peels do require a longer recovery period and time in between treatment.
Disadvantages of the Peel
Even with of the benefits Mesopeels have to offer, there are potential disadvantages:
- Recovery period: Patients who choose medium to deep peels will have longer recovery periods.
- Possible increased sun sensitivity: After a Mesopeel, your skin will be more sensitive to the sun. It is important to always wear sunscreen when outdoors and try to limit sun exposure when possible.
- Increased risk of hyperpigmentation: Although rare, there is a slight risk of increased hypopigmentation. You can minimize the risk by following your after-care instructions.
- Not suitable for all skin types: Mesopeels may not be suitable for all skin types.
Who Should Not Get a Peel?
Mesopeels are not suitable for every patient. You should not have a Mesopeel if you:
- Suffer from eczema, rosacea, or psoriasis.
- Have used isotretinoin in the last six months.
- Are pregnant or breastfeeding.
- Have a darker complexion.
- Have an active skin condition.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How Long Do Treatments Take?
Treatments times vary from 30-45 minutes depending upon which strength of peel is being used.
What Are The Pre-treatment Guidelines?
- Avoid using self-tan, facial scrubs or exfoliating agents for at least 48 hours prior to your peel.
- Do not wax, epilate or bleach facial hair for 2 weeks prior to your peel.
- Stop using products containing glycolic acid and/or Retinol one week prior your peel.
- Avoid direct sun exposure for at least a week prior to your treatment.