I am excited to introduce BioActive Peel from Dermalogica!

I am working towards my expert level and will be able to provide peel treatments with this amazing product!

Keep reading to learn more!

Introducing a new generation of skin resurfacing
Too many chemical peels today use incredibly strong chemicals — so strong, they can damage the living dermis and cause adverse side effects.
But NEW Expert Strength BioActive Peel is different. The product of years of research by the skin health experts at Dermalogica and The International Dermal Institute (IDI), it powerfully targets fine lines, hyperpigmentation and acne to take skin health to a whole new depth.
No scarring. no downtime.  A chemical peel that works with the skin, not against it.
BioActive Peel works in sequential steps with the BioActive Peel Application Method synergistically and safely decrease surface roughness, treat acneic skin conditions, reduce fine lines and help minimize the appearance of pigmentation in the epidermis and dermal-epidermal interface.
Unique multi-phase approach:
  • Preps skin by sloughing off epidermal cells
  • Removes lipids that block peel penetration
  • Digests keratin protein
  • Accelerates cellular resurfacing and renewal
  • Stimulates collagen and glycosaminoglycans (GAGs) within the dermis
  • Increases natural ceramides
  • Calms and soothes inflamed skin
  • Restores natural pH of skin

Regular exfoliation is great for your skin?  It promotes cell regeneration, blood flow to the skin and removes dead skins cells.

By removing these dead cells, pores stay clog free and leaves the skin refreshed.  This leads to clean pores, clogged pores may result in blackheads, which traps bacteria leading to acne. Clean pores may also help diminish their appearance as clogged pores look larger.  

In addition, removing dead skin cells speeds up the skin renewal process, allowing smoother, healthier skin cells to take their place!  How amazing is that!

But be aware as salts and certain grains are not ideal for the skin on your face.  Non-manual exfoliation using ingredients such lactic acid, enzymes is best.  Manual exfoliation using exfoliating grains is good too, but be careful which types you use on your face, as salts and certain other grains have sharp edges leaving micro-cuts on your face.   Use microdermabrasion crystals, jojoba beads (these are really mild) and try to stay away from Sugar or Apricot. 

I highly recommend all exfoliants from Dermalogica:
I've also created my own - check it out:

Happy exfoliating!!!