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There She Glows’ Trade Secret Peel Plan
There She Glows’ Trade Secret Peel Plan
Let me help you develop the chemical peel plan for you! Repetition is the key to success in skincare. When it comes to the results I’ve been able to achieve inside of my treatment room, repetition and understanding around the “how”, matter... Why??
1. Having a plan separates the professionals from the skincare novelists! If you fail to plan you plan to fail.
2. Balance— the healthiest skin is balanced of oils, good/bad bacteria and acids and only repetition yields this type of skin health!
What do you get from purchasing this chemical peel series plan?
1. A medical breakdown of your skin, it’s type, and your personal skincare concerns
2. A detailed line up of your individualize home care regimen and suggested ingredients
3. Internal recommendations solutions such as herbs, tea & supplements
4. My trade secret chemical peel breakdown including the types, percentages, and pH levels of the suggested peels just for you
5. A layout of each appointment for myself or your go to Esthetician
6. Treatment suggestion plans for the future
More About Chemical Peels
3 Skin Types Ideal For Peels
600+ case studies later and I have found that there are 3 specific skin types that will benefit from chemical peels. When clients present with acneic skin (grades 1-3), aging skin and/or skin that is dealing with pigmentation issues – There She Glows’ Trade Secret Chemical Peel Series helps improve the appearance of their skin dramatically and long term.
Quick fixes DO NOT EXIST! Especially with the skin. Trust me when I say anything you see online that claims to peel your skin completely off and give you different skin in less than 60 days is lie. I know this because the skin’s natural renewal cycle is 28-45 days. Even if the top layer is stripped away, you are still dealing with the deeper layers of the skin and what they are housing underneath ie. hormonal acne, residual pigmentation from a peel that was probably too harsh, and much more!
Healthy, glowing skin takes time, patience & a pro! If you can promise me the first two I will always be the latter for you!
Why Is A Chemical Peel Beneficial For Dry/Aging Skin?
Aging skin is usually dull in appearance and presents with fine lines and wrinkles. This is a result of a buildup of proteins due to slower cellular turnover. Chemical peels will remove some of the surface protein build up that doesn’t allow for much light refraction.
The chemical peel will induce a controlled wound that will stimulate fibroblast activity and accelerate cell turnover. Increased fibroblast activity enhances collagen & elastin production and an increase in cell turnover will deepen dermal papilla.
This will result in younger, more youthful looking skin with fewer fine lines and wrinkles.
Why is a Peel Beneficial for Pigmented Skin?
When there is hyperpigmentation or dark spots on the skin’s surface, chemical peels will help to remove surface proteins, however, in this case you will be removing proteins that are housing melanin. This will help to remove surface hyperpigmentation.
You are not changing the melanocyte activity or using any tyrosinase inhibitors, but this is removing the cells that are highly densely pigmented as well as accelerating cell turnover resulting in less time for melanin deposition. Especially in aging clients who are in a 40-45 day cell turnover. This will help to even out skin tone.
Why is a Peel Beneficial for Oily/Acneic Skin
Certain acids focuses on the sebum in the follicle and helps to erupt the impaction and clear the pore.
Clients with congestion, black heads, milia, pustules, cystic acne and who are overall oily are ideal candidates.
Why Peels Are Beneficial In A Series
A series is like a jump start for your skin. It will be the best way to allow home care to work optimally and faster. Having the power of professional peels being done on a regular basis combined with the effectiveness of There She Glows’ home care is like an extension of your treatment.
- Improve Tone
The most reported concern / skin issue is hyperpigmentation or dark spots. It’s become one of the leading issues that most clients want to address.
2. Improve Texture
Helping clients to improve overall skin texture is one of the 5 key benefits of offering peels in a series. Smooth skin is a goal of nearly every skin care client.
3. Improve Health of Problematic Skin
Clients who present with low to medium grades (1- 3) acne can find success with chemical peels in a series. You can reduce bacteria and decrease inflammation for problematic skin. It can take several months for acneic skin to find balance, so performing several treatments over the course of a few months will be a huge benefit, especially if the client is using There She Glows’ home care.
4. Why I Packaged Progressive Treatments
Because a peel is a controlled wound, I am BIG on getting to know a clients’ skin and learn how they react to a peel. I always start off gently and as I get to know the clients’ skin, I take minor and sometimes major steps up in the % of the peel and the number of layers in each treatment. SKILLSSSSSSS!!!
What I Hear Most As A Licensed Esthetician...
How often should I do my skincare routine?
This is a great question and one of the most frequent questions I get from my clients. The truth is, you know your skin best and you also have a very unique lifestyle. I recommend 1-2 times day day but you can always adjust your routine based on your workout regimen and makeup use.
Do I need to double cleanse my skin— if so how often?
Double cleansing is all the rage now! I highly recommend that you practice double cleansing if you workout, wear makeup and sunscreen. The reason being is that you really do not get off these kinds of barriers with just one cleanse. Double cleansing with an oil based cleanser first and then a gentle foaming cleanser immediately after ensures that your skin is clean clean!
Do I need a moisturizer if I have oily skin?
To be less vague— moisturizing is soooooo importmant and especially if you have oily skin. Contrary to what you’ve been told or may be assuming, oily skin is screaming moisturizer. Drying out your oily skin only triggers it— creating a domino effect of sebum over production. Applying a light emollient cream will occlude the skin keeping in moisture without causing over production throughout the day.
I don’t use a toner— should I?
If I had a dollar for every time I heard this question, I’d be Rihanna Rich! The answer is yes, you should absolutely be toning your skin right after you cleanse. The reason being is that your skin’s pH level is typically effected by your clesanser and toning helps to regulate it back down/up to the happy medium of 5.5-6.5. Toning also ensures that your cleanser is actually removed fully!