Micropeel Your Way to Better Skin

Your skin loves to be peeled. Maybe not to the degree of a snake, but sloughing off the top layer is key to keeping your skin healthy looking and vibrant. That’s what chemical peels do; they force your skin to exfoliate.

Dr. Hetzler offers the Micropeel from SkinCeuticals. This three-step clinical procedure combines dermaplaning, chemical exfoliation, and cryogenic therapy to treat skin problems such as fine lines, wrinkles, dull skin tone, and other imperfections.

What is the Micropeel?

The Micropeel is formulated with niacin, lactic acid, and usnic acid. This is a mild peel, great for someone who hasn’t had a chemical peel before. It creates gentle exfoliation of your skin, opens your pores, and hydrates at the same time. We generally recommend that patients have a series of four to six Micropeels to get the results they seek.

How doe the Micropeel work?

Christine Hetzler, R.N., B.S.N. delivers the Micropeel. She applies one layer of the peel solution to the treatment area. The solution stays on your skin for two minutes, and then soft gauze is used to buff your skin. Then your skin is thoroughly rinsed with soft damp gauze.

Vary your Micropeel to your needs

We can adjust your Micropeel based on your skin problems. The peeling agent can be changed, plus we can add a balancing mask.

Micropeel — 20%/30%/50% Glycolic Acid

  • Helps reduce the primary signs of photo aging (fine lines, wrinkles, and dull skin tone)
  • Combines manual exfoliation, chemical exfoliation, and cryogenic therapy
  • No downtime

Micropeel and Pigment Balancing Mask

  • This treatment includes the Micropeel and a balancing mask
  • Vitamin C mask with high performance brightening agents
  • Minimal downtime

Micropeel plus Salicylic acid 20%/30%

  • Helps reduce acne and keeps skin clear from breakouts
  • One-step chemical procedure of chemical exfoliation
  • Minimal downtime

Are your interested in the Micropeel for better skin? Call us at (732) 219-0447 to make your appointment.

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