The Miami Peel is a skincare procedure that utilizes a patented light to medium peel solution to exfoliate and enhance the appearance of hyperpigmented skin by inhibiting pigment production and bleaching. Additionally, it is effective in treating acne.
To begin the Miami Peel treatment, the skin is first cleansed to remove any makeup residue. Next, a degreasing solution is applied to ensure that the skin's fatty layer is completely cleaned.
After this, the doctor will apply the patented Miami Peel formula, starting with one coat and adding another coat every three minute. The depth of the peel will vary depending on how many coats are applied. This treatment is designed to be left on, so there is no need for a neutralizing solution. After six hours, you can simply wash your face with cold water.
By eliminating the outermost layer of skin, the Miami Peel® exfoliates and encourages it to naturally shed within several days. This procedure effectively and safely eradicates dead skin cells, boosts collagen production, softens rough and dry skin, enhances the texture of sun-damaged skin, and helps balance skin tone.
This formulation is ideal for those seeking to achieve a balanced skin tone and is particularly advantageous when incorporated into a Physician-supervised regimen to enhance the appearance of hyperpigmentation, melasma, sun damage, and any type of pigment discoloration. It is also suggested for individuals dealing with adult acne and can concurrently help improve the appearance of hyperpigmentation or dark spots linked with acne lesions.
Depending on your skin, you may need 6-8 treatments for optimum results.
The Miami Peel is a tried-and-tested, patented light to medium peel solution that effectively exfoliates, bleaches, and inhibits pigment production. The formulation comprises Alpha and Beta Hydroxy acids, commonly known as "fruit acids," including Lactic Acid (derived from sour milk), Citric Acid (extracted from citrus fruits), and Salicylic Acid (obtained from willow bark and wintergreen leaves). Kojic Acid, another natural ingredient extracted from rice mold, plays a crucial role in the Miami Peel due to its antimicrobial and antioxidant properties, as well as its proven ability to brighten and lighten the skin.
Generally, there is no recovery time associated with a Miami Peel. You can even undergo the procedure during your lunch break and resume your work provided you avoid extreme heat and sun exposure and use a broad-spectrum UVA/UVB sunscreen.
As a superficial peel, Miami Peel typically only results in light to medium exfoliation. While each person's experience is unique, most individuals will only experience mild flaking with the Miami Peel. Typically, you will notice some light flaking around the second or third day following the treatment. Mild flaking may continue for up to five or six days.