peels are topically applied acids that aid in the restoration
and rejuvenation of the skin's surface. They create a uniform
and controlled shedding of several layers of the skin. Depending
on the nature and depth of the peel, a significant number of
layers can be exfoliated allowing new growth to be exposed, creating
a fresh, vibrant appearance. In addition, chemical peels accelerate
the production of new cells, tighten and tone the skin, and decrease
the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Chemical peels are
increasingly popular with those who are unhappy about acne
scarring, sun-damaged skin, age spots, freckles, fine lines,
rough skin, and uneven pigmentation. A chemical peel is not limited
to the face, and can be performed on the neck, chest, hands,
arms, shoulders, and legs - just about anywhere.
Paull uses the B-Liftx® chemical peel as well as other types
B-LIFTx® is a breakthrough scientific discovery
that works wonders on your skin. A remarkable dermatologic procedure.
B-LIFTx® is redefining the traditional superficial peel. This
advanced skin renewal treatment features the popular beta hydroxyacid
and is offered only by your dermatologist. It takes just five
minutes, but its visible results appear to lift years off your
B-LIFTx® lifts dead, dull
cells off the surface of your skin. The procedure stimulates
a "burst of renewal" within
your skin to bring healthy, young, living cells to the surface.
B-LIFTx® is also able to penetrate
skin follicles - making B-LIFTx® a
well-suited chemical peel for conditions such as acne, acne/rosacea
and enlarged pores.
• Fine Lines and wrinkles become
• Skin tone evens out
• Texture becomes more refined
• Oily or acne-prone skin is improved
• Enlarged pores appear smaller
• Superficial scars appear reduced
• Skin appears healthier and more youthful
Before After Results
There is no downtime with B-LIFTx®. Your skin
immediately looks and feels smoother and tighter. Your face may
temporarily appear a bit rosy. In a day or two, your acne may
begin peeling. The degree of peeling can vary from invisible,
to mild, to noticeable peeling and flaking. This will depend
on your skin and other factors your dermatologist can discuss
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