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Perfect Derma Peel


The Perfect Derma™ Peel is safe, effective medium depth peel for All Skin Types & Ethnicities.  This product is virtually painless, with no pre-peel skin preparation and little downtime.  The Perfect Derma™ Peel is the only peel that includes the powerful anti-oxidant Glutathione, which lightens and brightens the skin, slows down the aging process and helps prevent wrinkles.


What is medium depth peel? 

A medium depth chemical peel is a non-surgical skin resurfacing technique. This type of peel is not recommended for darker skin types. In a medium depth chemical peel, chemical solutions, like an beta-hydroxy acid (BHA) such as salicylic acid or, more commonly, trichloroacetic acid (TCA) is used.


Medium depth chemical peels penetrate the epidermis (top skin layer) into the papillary dermis. Medium depth peels are usually combined with a superficial chemical peel or other chemical pretreatment to increase efficacy while reducing the risk of scarring.

What skin concerns does a medium depth chemical peel treat?

Exfoliation of multiple skin layers “peels off” dead and damaged skin cells to promote fresh, new skin to grow for a rejuvenated complexion.

  • Acne: Medium depth peels kill acne causing bacteria and unclog pores.

  • Acne Scars & Scars: Medium peels penetrate into lower dermal layers of scar tissue.

  • Rosacea: Medium peels cleanse and exfoliate into dermal layers to reduce common symptoms of rosacea.

  • Uneven Skin Tone: Medium depth peels reach the dermal layers to lessen abnormal pigmentation deposits.

  • Melasma: Exfoliation of skin layers reduces Melasma symptoms.

  • Uneven Skin Texture: Medium depth peels remove built up oil and dead/damaged skin cells.

  • Fine Lines & Wrinkles: Refreshing the complexion with medium depth peels lessen early signs of aging.


Who is the ideal candidate for a medium depth peel?

The ideal candidate for a medium depth chemical peel is looking to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, uneven skin tone or texture, or other superficial blemishes. Medium depth chemical peels are not recommended for those with dark skin tones due to risk of hyper-pigmentation, those with active skin infections, sunburns, open wounds, or those who are nursing or pregnant.


What is the average recovery associated with a medium depth chemical peel procedure?

There is generally one to two weeks of downtime following a medium depth chemical peel. Pain, redness, swelling, crusting, and flaking will persist for three to 10 days following the treatment. Patients are advised to limit activities for one week and can typically return to work within one to two weeks. The treated skin may have a different tone and have lost the ability to tan.

How to prepare for a chemical peel?

Before your procedure, you’ll first have a consultation with our skin care specialist. During this visit, we will digitally analyze your skin to determine what the best treatment option is for you and select specific peel you’ll be getting.  You also must let the skin care specialist know if you've taken acne medication, and information about whether or not you scar easily.

Before a chemical peel, you must:

  • not use any type of retinol or retin-A topical medication for at least 7 days

  • inform your skin care specialist about any medications you take

  • not have been on Accutane for at least six months

  • stop waxing, shaving, or using depilatory hair removal products the week before the peel. You should also avoid hair bleaching on your face.

  • stop using facial scrubs and exfoliants the week before the peel.

  • arrange for a ride home, especially for medium or deep chemical peels

Before undergoing treatment, discuss chemical peels with your doctor if you’re pregnant or nursing or have a serious underlying health condition.

  • How does laser hair removal for men work?
    As the name suggests, laser hair removal treatments involve the use of laser light technology. These lasers emit pulses of light energy into the skin to target the root and hair follicles. Once the root and follicle are destroyed, hair can no longer grow, and the result is permanent hair reduction
  • How many sessions do I need?
    Depending on the size of the area, most clients need multiple hair-removal sessions to see the best results. That’s because hair, as it grows, goes through three different stages. The laser is only effective on hair that’s in the growth phase, and individual hairs are always in different phases. Hair must be in the active growth stage for laser hair removal to be effective. With multiple treatments spread out over weeks, the laser can capture every hair in the growth phase.
  • Is laser hair removal permanent?
    Everyone’s body reacts differently to laser treatments. Some people see permanent results, while others only see temporary hair reduction. Treatment is most effective on people with light skin and dark hair. It is more challenging to eliminate hair growth on people with fair skin and light hair, as well as from people with a dark skin tone and dark hair. Once treatment sessions are complete, some people will see permanent hair loss. Others may need to return for a touch-up treatment in a year or two. The success of the procedure depends upon the individual and how many treatments they have.
  • What to do before and after laser hair removal?
    If you’re ready to get laser hair removal, start by consulting with a certified and licensed professional. Consultations with Laser by Jana Bay are entirely free and can be scheduled online or overthe phone. During your initial consultation, your laser technician will explain what the procedure entails and examine the area and estimate how many sessions you’ll need. General recommendations before the procedure: • Shave the hair in the desired area the day before laser epilation • There should be no deodorant in the armpit area. • Do not sunbath 2 weeks before • For 2-3 weeks, do not use wax, epilator, sugaring
  • What to expect after treatment?
    After treatment, it’s common to experience some slight discomfort. Many people see redness and swelling in the area, especially within the first few hours after treatment. But what you do afterward is just as important as what you do to prepare. General recommendations after the procedure: • Do not sunbath for 2 weeks after the procedure • In the first 2-3 days, you should not overheat in the bath or sauna • Do not use alcohol body lotions for the first day • Mild exfoliation 6 days after the procedure • Wear loose clothing so that you don’t sweat in the treated area • For the first 48 hours after a session, avoid working out


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