Obagi Blue Peel is a medium-depth chemical peel that uses a blend of glycolic acid, salicylic acid, and blue colorant to exfoliate and resurface the skin.
It uses a solution of trichloroacetic acid (TCA) and a blue colorant to allow for controlled penetration and precise treatment. The treatment is performed by a licensed medical professional and is typically repeated every 4 to 6 weeks until desired results are achieved. As with any chemical peel, it can cause temporary side effects such as redness, peeling, and skin sensitivity. It's important to follow the aftercare instructions provided by your doctor to minimise these effects and promote healing.
Face, neck and décolletage.
The solution is applied to the skin, causing it to peel and revealing smoother, clearer, and more evenly toned skin. The Obagi Blue Peel is typically used to treat a variety of skin concerns:
The procedure is performed by a trained aesthetic practitioner in a clinical setting and has potential risks and side effects.
Sessions can be repeated every 4-6 weeks.
The downtime for the Obagi Blue Peel can vary depending on the individual and the depth of the peel. Typically, patients can expect to experience some redness, peeling, and flaking of the skin for several days after the procedure. The skin may also be sensitive and tender to the touch. It is important to follow the post-procedure instructions provided by the practitioner to minimise any potential complications and to promote proper healing. It is also important to avoid sun exposure and to use a high SPF sunscreen to protect the skin during the healing process.