The ZO Stimulator Peel is the perfect “lunchtime” peel with no downtime. This peel is made up of a combination of lactic, citric and salicylic acid plus potent concentrations of other active ingredients to exfoliate the skin, while stimulating the growth of collagen and elastin.
Can you see results after 1 peel?
It usually takes several treatment sessions to see the desired outcomes. Most people notice some improvement after their first chemical peel, but with multiple treatments over the span of several months, patients will be astonished by how much better their skin looks.
How often can you do the Zo 3 Step peel?
The ZO 3-step peel is patient friendly, meaning it is suitable for any skin type and color. It can be repeated every 3-4 weeks and causes moderate patient downtime. The skin will exfoliate and peel beginning on the second day, and this will last for 5 days.
What is a Zo chemical peel?
ZO 3 – Step Peel is an innovative, in-office treatment peel followed by an at-home treatment to combat the signs of aging + skin discoloration. The treatments utilizes a blend of exfoliants, retinol and multi-action agents to help improve skin health and treat many signs of aging.
Why is my face not peeling after chemical peel?
It is possible to have an allergic reaction to the components of the peel in susceptible individuals. It is therefore recommended that your skin is prepared with the correct skincare before you have a chemical peel. This may be as little as two weeks or twelve to eighteen weeks depending on your risk factors.
How do you wash your face after a peel?
Keeping the skin clean after a peel is very important. The best option is to wash with cool water and a mild soap. Along with regular washing, keeping the skin moisturized is also essential. A fragrance-free, dye-free, gentle moisturizer should be applied right after washing it – every time it’s washed!
Can I wash my face after Zo 3 Step peel?
Just as important as the treatment, is the care for your skin post-treatment. Avoid washing face or treated area for at least 5 hours after the peel. Preferably, wait to wash the morning after the peel.
What is in the Zo 3 Step peel?
The ZO 3-Step Peel Procedure
The solution contains five percent lactic acid, ten percent TCA and seventeen percent salicylic acid to remove the epidermis or the outer layer of your skin.
How do I prepare for Zo 3 Step peel?
Men should shave the treatment area one day before their scheduled treatment unless instructed otherwise. Avoid using scrubs, exfoliation products, bleaching creams, retinoids (Retin-A) or any similar vitamin A compounds or irritating agents on the treated area for three days before treatment.
How long does it take for Zo skin to work?
According to Dr. Zein Obagi, it takes six weeks for your skin to adjust and begin to tolerate Zo medical products.
How long does it take for Zo skincare to work?
Our patients who use these products typically notice results within six weeks, though signs of new cell growth may be detected in as few as two weeks.
What does Zo enzymatic peel do?
The Enzymatic Peel is a unique at-home peel formulation. It uses a novel combination of papain and bromelain plant enzymes in combination with glycolic acid to exfoliate the surface of the epidermis, improving skin texture and tone.
Can I use Vaseline after chemical peel?
Immediately following the peel
Dr. Mueller will coat your face with a petrolatum such as Aquaphor or Vaseline. You will have been instructed to purchase either one of these products prior to your procedure, as you will continue to apply this on your skin (a thin film) until you see Dr. Mueller again.
What is a good moisturizer to use after a chemical peel?
For strong peels, you may use petroleum jelly for the first few days or as needed on sensitive areas that are peeling. When you start to peel, use a non-comedogenic moisturizer such as AveenoⓇ, VanicreamⓇ, CetaphilⓇ, or CeraVeⓇ, until the skin feels back to normal.
Why does my skin look worse after a chemical peel?
A chemical peel can cause treated skin to become darker than normal (hyperpigmentation) or lighter than normal (hypopigmentation). Hyperpigmentation is more common after superficial peels, while hypopigmentation is more common after a deep peel.