What Is Musk Red Carpet Peels?
There are a large variety of chemical peels available on the market today. Almost every skin type and ethnicity can find a chemical treatment designed to restore a youthful appearance. Not all procedures will provide the same results, however. One of the newest chemical peels available at our clinic is the Musk Advance Skin Brightening Peel effective for managing areas of hyperpigmentation, melisma, and blotchy or scarred skin.
The Musk Advance Skin Brightening Peel is a unique, multi-ingredient chemical treatment designed to reduce areas of skin discoloration and hyperpigmentation. Melanin is responsible for creating the skin tone, as well as splotchy areas of darker tissue. The peel decreases the skin’s natural melanin production by inhibiting certain enzymes, providing an even complexion.
Musk Advance Skin Brightening Peel can be used to improve the look of facial skin, the abdomen, legs/hands, and the breast/nipple area. Dull skin, dry areas, dark spots, blemishes, and acne scars can be significantly reduced with the peel. Discoloration due to Melasma (Brown to gray patches over the bridge of the nose, cheeks, chin, and elsewhere on the face and body; often the result of hormonal changes) and Cholasma (similar to Melasma; referred to as the Mask of Pregnancy) can be eliminated with the peel. In addition, the peel balances the skin’s oil production to improve acne.
- Reduces dark spots and hyperpigmentation
- Effective in the treatment of Melasma and Cholasma
- Minimal pain
- Quick results
- Gentle enough for all skin types
- Carries few side effects
The Ideal Candidate for Musk Red Carpet Peel
As this peel is safe for all skin tones and ethnicities, anyone looking for a fresher, more even complexion can make a potential candidate. The ideal patient will fully understand the process and the requirements for follow up care. They should also be in overall good health, and hold realistic expectations for their results. The benefits and risks of the peel will be further discussed during the initial consultation appointment.
Musk Clinic schedules a private consultation with each patient, before beginning any aesthetic treatment. During this time, an evaluation of skin’s tone, texture, and facial anatomy will be performed. They will take the medical history, as well as discuss the patient’s aesthetic goals and desires. The options for facial rejuvenation will also be discussed at this time. If it is determined that this peel can achieve the desired results, a unique treatment plan will be created.
The Musk Red Carpet Peel Procedure
The peel is a two-step process. The first part involves an in-office application of a stimulating mask; part two is the continued application of specific products from home. The initial treatment will take less an hour in the Skin by Lovely office.
- Skin is cleaned and prepped.
- Special mask is applied in a thick layer.
- Mask may lightly sting upon application, but will quickly dissipate.
- Depending on the level of correction needed, the mask must stay on between six and twelve hours.
- Patient is instructed on when and how to remove the mask at home.
- An after-care kit will be provided.
- After the specified time, the mask is removed with a gentle, neutral cleanser.
- Immediately, the Mesoetetic Hydra-Vital Factor K is applied to comfort the skin and protect moisture.
- Peeling generally begins two to three days after the mask’s application.
- A specific cream should be applied two to three times a day for two weeks.
- After the first 14 days, it can be applied once daily.
Results from the Musk Redcarpet Peel
Within a week, patients will notice skin blemishes are beginning to fade, and a brighter a complexion is breaking through. After a couple weeks, the skin will take on a shiny, healthier glow. These results will continue to improve over the fourth or fifth week, when the full benefits of the peel can be seen.
Patient who commit to a daily routine will see the smooth results from the peel last for many months to come. The skin will be delicate and sensitive the first two weeks after treatment; prolonged sun exposure should be avoided and a full spectrum sunscreen worn at all times.