Melanage peel is a superficial peel designed to improve texture and appearance of skin, especially pigmented skin. The peel involves application of a masque combining Vitamin A and Beta-Arbutin which you will leave the office with on your face and remove at a specified time.
Results will vary but generally patients will see a significant improvement in dark spots and pigmented areas. This peel provides additional benefits such as stimulation of collagen and diminishment fine lines.
What Is the Melanage Skin Brightening System?
Do you have uneven skin tone, deep pigment issues or melasma? The Melanage Skin Brightening System is a superficial peel designed to improve the texture and appearance of hyperpigmented skin which involves a medicated masque and an at-home regimen.
How Does Melanage Peel Work?
Melanage 1 Masque is applied during an office visit where it is compounded freshly by the nurse to ensure its potency and reliability. The masque is removed by the patient after a required length of time depending on his or her skin type. Patients leave the office with this masque on their face. Patients are responsible for adhering to an easy-to follow, but strict, at-home regimen involving the application of several Melanage products following masque removal.
What Results Can I Expect?
Results will vary but generally patients will see a significant improvement in the appearance of pigmented areas. Dark spots will lighten and skin texture and tone will improve. Although most patients experience peeling of their skin, not every patient will notice this.
If you do not notice actual peeling, please know that you are still receiving all the benefits of the Melanage Skin Brightening System, such as: stimulation of collagen production, improvement of skin tone and texture, and diminishment of fine lines and pigmentation. Proper skin evaluation by your doctor prior to your peel is important and will help predict the outcome of your peel.
Who Can Benefit from Melanage Peel?
Those who have uneven pigmentation, sun damage, and uneven texture
Who Is Not a Candidate?
Patients who should not get the peel include: pregnant or nursing women, active Rosacea, active cold sores, aistory of warts and Acutane users (should be off 1 year to receive Melanage)
How Often Can a Peel Be Applied?
Maximum twice a year but can be repeated at 6 month intervals (in some cases as soon as 3-4 months)
Can be done on any skin color with minimal downtime and no discomfort. Find out if Melanage skin peel is right for you by calling Genesis Plastic Surgery & Medical Spa at 405-340-9949 today.