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Enerpeel Skin Peels

Enerpeel Skin Peels

Rejuvenate Face is proud to offer EnerPeel® as our primary medical range of chemical skin peels.

Most Enerpeel® skin peels don't peel; they remodel the skin from within due to their unique carrier system.

 

Enerpeel®'s are designed to deliver ingredients deep into the skin without excessive skin peeling [exfoliation].

 

Enerpeel®'s rejuvenate and have anti-ageing benefits with minimal downtime.

See our Enerpeel eye and lip peel webpage for the eye and lip area. This includes details of specialised anti-ageingeye and lip skin care.

EnerPeel® - Chemical Remodelling concept

Enerpeel is an advanced chemical skin peel that can treat various skin imperfections such as acne, rosacea, pigmentation, and even fine lines and wrinkles. 

Enerpeel remodels your skin rather than 'peeling"  and works from the inside out without shedding the skin's surface.

The 10 different Enerpeel® systems contain specific ingredients tailored to the individual skin condition.

For example, EnerPeel® Salicylic Acid also contains antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and oil-reducing agents. These slow down oil production and reduce inflammation.

Enerpeel®'s effectiveness can be further maximised when used in conjunction with Tebskin® cytoceuticals. These medical skincare products:

 

  • Prepare the skin for the effects of the skin peel

  • Maximise the effect of the Enerpeel®

Whether you need this skin preparation or extra boost will be discussed with you during your consultation.

EnerPeel® Mandelic Acid


EnerPeel® MA is a peel that exfoliates but with minimal or no redness. MA peels can be left for 2-10 minutes and then neutralized.

 

For greater remodelling, it can be left on the skin. We will send you home with a neutralizer wipe to use a few hours after if needed.

As it is so gentle on the skin, it is also known as the "Summer Peel".

Who is this for?

  • All skin types

  • Rosacea sufferers

  • Darker skin types

  • Aged skin

  • Areas of skin pigmentation that are caused by hormones, sun damage or age

EnerPeel® Salicylic Acid

EnerPeel® SA is designed not only for treating acne but other skin issues.

 

EnerPeel® SA contains active ingredients from the Tebiskin® OSK range. and delivers a high dose of anti-inflammatory and antibacterial ingredients direct into the skin follicle.

 

This peel can also be used on the back and chest for acne sufferers.

Who is this for?

 

 

  • Acne - face, chest and back area

  • Inflammed or reddened skin

  • Oily skin

  • Spot-prone skin with open pores

Salicylic Acid

EnerPeel® Pyruvic Acid

EnerPeel® Pyruvic Acid [PA] is a gentle but highly effective anti-ageing medical-grade skin peel treatment.

 

EnerPeel® PA addresses multiple signs of skin ageing, including loose skin, open pores and pigmentation.

 

As a keto acid,  EnerPeel® PA has a sebum-slowing effect like salicylic acid, but it penetrates much deeper. EnerPeel® PA peels can be beneficial for damage to the skin caused by acne. It is also an alternative to salicylic acid skin peels in aspirin-allergic patients.

 

Who is this for?

 

  • Oily skin

  • Acneic skin

  • Loose skin

  • Sun damage on the neck and decolletage.

  • Stretch marks

  • Open Pores

EnerPeel® Jessner’s


EnerPeel® JR contains three acids; 15% Salicylic Acid, 20% Lactic Acid, and 14% Resorcinol.

 

Lactic acid and resorcinol improve age and sun-induced pigmentation. Resorcinol interrupts the process of pigment formation. The skin peeling action of lactic acid helps to remove existing pigmentation. Salicylic acid removes oil which increases the penetration for the other two components.

 

EnerPeel® JR is left on the skin for up to 5 minutes and removed with a remover wipe or using water-dampened cotton pads.

Who is this for?

 

  • Aged skin

  • Pigmentation

  • Melasma

EnerPeel® TCA (Trichloroacetic acid)


EnerPeel® TCA 25% is a medium to deep-acting remodelling chemical skin peel.

 

Using the patented EnerPeel® carrier solution, EnerPeel® TCA is taken deep into the skin to remove old collagen that is the cause of wrinkles and lines.

Old collagen is then replaced with new collagen, which results in visibly smoother and flatter skin.

Who is this for?

 

 

  • Sun damaged skin

  • Lines and wrinkles

  • Open skin pores

  • Acne ice-pick scars

  • Skin scars

TCA

Why choose Enerpeel Skin Peels?

EnerPeel® is a range of chemical peel treatments that achieve greater activity inside the skin rather than on the skin surface.

 

The EnerPeel® concept is on skin remodelling, restructuring, and face, neck or decolletage rejuvenation.

 

After a thorough consultation, we will be able to guide you on the best EnerPeel® to suit your skin and skin concerns, such as:

  • Sunspots

  • Sun damage

  • Oily skin

  • Dry Skin

  • Acne

  • Rosacea

  • Lines and wrinkles.

 

The summer peel suits all skin types and can be used just to refresh the skin even if you do not have any imperfections.

We can even combine EnerPeel® with other treatments such as microneedling to really boost your collagen.

 

EnerPeel®'s are only performed by skin care professionals in a clinical environment to ensure that they are delivered safely and effectively.

 

Read the Question and Answers section below to learn why EnerPeel® is so superior to other chemical skin peels.

What to expect after your Enerpeel

Your skin is likely to feel tight after your chemical skin peel. Any skin redness may occur and should subside within 24 hours. Light skin peeling may occur after 1–3 days and can last for 3-5 days. It is more likely with Enerpeels however that you have no peeling or flaking. If there is no peeling or flaking, this does not mean that the peel is not working! it will be.

Enerpeel Aftercare Advice

  • Avoid physical activity until the following day.

  • Avoid heat treatments, e.g. hot baths or showers, sauna and steam rooms for 24 hours. 

  • Avoid using exfoliating products, including those containing retinol or glycolic acid, for seven days after your peel

  • After most chemical peels, you should be ok to apply your usual makeup the following day unless advised otherwise.

  • Apply SPF daily. We can recommend one suited to your skin type

  • Please note that the above aftercare is just a guide - full aftercare advice will be given to you when you attend your appointment with us.

Enerpeel has formulated unique peels for the eye and lip area. Click on Tebiskin Eye and Lip to find out more.

Eye and Lip Peel
  • Where is the tear trough?
    The tear trough is a groove between the lower eyelid at the inner corner of the eye and the upper cheek. A tear trough deformity (or hollow) is not a deformity but is used to describe the deepening of this groove. This occurs as a typical result of ageing or may be inherited. It is caused by changes in the bone, fat and skin. It is one of the first areas of the face to show signs of ageing
  • How does dermal filler work in the tear trough area?
    As explained, the tear trough is a depression in the skin, which can cause abnormal shadowing and the appearance of dark circles. Dermal fillers work by creating a lifting effect and are injected in small volumes using a needle or cannula. Most dermal fillers are supplied in 1ml syringes; however, injecting more than this in one treatment session is not recommended. If additional correction is needed, this can be performed at a later treatment session which should be discussed during your consultation.
  • Am I suitable for tear trough treatment?
    You may not be suitable for treatment if you: Are pregnant or breastfeeding. Are undergoing IVF. Suffer from keloid scarring Have active skin conditions, such as infection, acne or psoriasis Are suffering from any other infection, including COVID. Are unwell on the day of treatment. Are taking any medicines which thin the blood, such as aspirin or warfarin. Have taken Roaccutane or isotretinoin for the past 6 months. Have certain allergies Have had recent facial surgery or other dermal fillers in the same area. Have permanent implants, such as silicone implants in the face or pins and plates. Tear trough treatment may also not be suitable if: The cause of the problem is predominantly pigmentation and dark circles. If you have prominent eye bags If you are prone to puffiness under the eyes. Your skin is very lax.
  • Can any filler be used to treat the tear trough?
    No. The eye is a sensitive area to treat, and some fillers are highly unsuitable, especially if they attract water. This can make the appearance of the tear trough much worse. You should only have a specific type of hyaluronic acid filler, such as Teosyl Redensity II or Juvederm Volbella. A less water-attracting [hydrophilic ] filler should be used in the tear trough to prevent the risk of creating too much volume and unsightly bulging. One size does not fit all. Another safe alternative is to use liquid platelets or a gel made from your platelets called a bio-filler.
  • How long does tear trough deformity treatment take?
    Treatment of the tear trough area will often take between 30-60 minutes to perform. Following your procedure, the practitioner may massage the area and clean the skin. Some practitioners might apply a cream post-treatment. After the treatment, your practitioner will book a follow-up appointment. You should also receive aftercare information either in paper form or electronically before or after your treatment.
  • Is injecting the tear trough deformity painful?
    This area may be sensitive during the injection. Most dermal fillers contain a local anaesthetic which lessens the discomfort as they are injected. Usually, a topical anaesthetic, such as LMX4 or Emla™, is used to provide additional pain relief. This will be applied to the skin and left on the surface for 20-40 minutes. Also, your injector may be able to offer you a nerve block. Once the anaesthetic has worn off, there may be some expected tenderness. There should not be any significant degree of pain. If you are in much discomfort, you must contact your practitioner as this could indicate that you are developing a complication.
  • How long does tear trough filler last?
    Because the tear trough is not very mobile, it takes your body longer to dissolve the dermal filler naturally. Saying that longevity varies between products and between individuals. Most hyaluronic acid fillers will last between 6 months and 18 months.
  • What side effects should I expect after tear trough deformity correction?
    The common side effects after tear trough treatment are: Pain Minor tenderness or discomfort after your treatment is entirely normal. If you have more pain than expected, you must contact your treating practitioner immediately. Redness This is normal and usually resolves within 24 hours. If the skin becomes red and warm, this may indicate an infection. Again contact your practitioner straight away. Swelling [Oedema] Some swelling is normal after treatment and may worsen the next day. The tear trough is more prone to swelling than other facial areas. If the swelling persists, tell your practitioner. Bruising Bruising is common after tear trough injections. This can be anything from a small skin mark to extensive bruising that extends beyond the tear trough, such as a black eye. This can take up to 2 weeks to resolve. Rarely, bruising can lead to permanent staining of the skin. Infection SIgn s of infection include a warm, red, swollen area over the area that has been injected. This usually happens a few days after your treatment. If this happens, contact your practitioner for a review as soon as possible. Lumps and Bumps Lumps may be present immediately after treatment. This, to some extent, is normal. Bumps can also appear months later due to filler migrating. Lumps may appear as soft swellings or as hard nodules. If you develop a lump, ask your practitioner for a review. Extremely rare side effects are listed for completeness: Vascular Occlusion Occlusion or blockage of a blood vessel is a rare but severe complication from all dermal filler injections. A blockage results in an interruption of normal blood flow. If this is not correctly managed, the skin and tissue supplied by the blood vessel can die, resulting in scarring. It usually occurs immediately, so your injector should know immediately if this has happened. In most cases, this can be treated. Blindness This is another infrequent but devastating complication. If blindness occurs, it is likely to be permanent. Stroke Another extremely rare but documented complication of dermal fillers.
  • What should I do before my tear trough treatment?
    Ensure your practitioner is informed of any changes in your medical history or medication before receiving your injection. For one week before: Avoid sunbeds and tanning For 3 days before: Avoid taking anti-inflammatories (such as aspirin, ibuprofen, and naproxen) Avoid fish oils, St. John’s Wort, Ginkgo Biloba, garlic and Vitamin E If you are prone to bruising, taking arnica orally for a few days before treatment may lessen the risk, but this is not proven. Contact your practitioner before your appointment if: If you are unwell on the day of your appointment, contact the practitioner to reschedule. You have a social event and want to delay your treatment until after (usually, having the treatment two weeks before is sufficient to allow swelling or bruising to disappear). You cannot commit to a two-week review.
  • What is the downtime after?
    This varies depending on a few things; however, generally speaking, within 1 to 2 days, any swelling or redness should have subsided. Within a week, the signs of being injected should have entirely disappeared. Please not if you get a bruise. This can take up to two weeks to fully resolve.
  • What should I do and not do after my tear trough correction? [after-care]
    After treatment, most people can resume their normal daily activities. Some redness, tenderness and swelling at the injection sites are pretty normal. Bruising may be apparent immediately after treatment. The standard advice which is not proven is listed: Do not apply make-up for 12 hours after treatment (reduces the risk of infection). Avoid touching or rubbing the treated area. Until the swelling has settled: Avoid saunas, swimming pools and sunbeds. void extremes of hot or cold and vigorous exercise.
  • Is tear trough filler high risk?
    All treatments carry a degree of risk. All risks and complications should be discussed with you at consultation and before any treatment is agreed upon. Even though there are blood vessels in this area, the risk of a vascular injection is much lower than people or injectors think. Also, the risk of blindness is much lower even if the filler is injected into a vessel.
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