Circadia’s Jessner’s Peel is a combination of 14% Resorcinol, 14% Lactic and 14% Salicylic Acid. Since resorcinol is a peeling agent, the client will experience noticeable peeling or flaking approximately 3 to 4 days after the peel. Resorcinol will increase the amount of peeling experienced after a peel. Peeling is usually light to moderate and depends on the skin condition and depth of the peel.
Skin Type Indications:
Pigmentation, acne, sun damage, lentigines, hyperpigmentation, Fitzpatrick I-III.
Can be repeated every 2-3 months.
– Allergies to resorcinol
– Retin-A® within last 4 weeks
– Allergies to aspirin or salicylates
– Laser resurfacing within last 6 months
– Accutane® within the last year
– Dry and dehydrated skin or compromised lipid barrier
– Pregnant or nursing
– Glycolic or salicylic acid within last week
– Herpetic breakout (cold sore)
– Open wounds or suspicious lesions
No water on skin for 12 hours post peel. This includes high humidity and sweat.