1. Facial Wash Oily/Problem – Cleanse the area of treatment thoroughly, remove with warm water and pat dry.
2. Smoothing Toner – Apply with a cotton pad to prep the skin. Allow the skin to dry. This product may sting or tingle on some individuals. Asses sensitivity by asking the patient, “On a scale of one to ten, ten being extremely active, how do you rate this sensation?”
3. MD Peel (CCl3)
- Apply first layer with a mask brush.
- Use the scale of one to ten to gauge sensitivity. It is expected that the patient will rate their sensation higher than a six, up to ten. Have fans available to cool patient down as blanching will most likely occur with first layer.
- The total number of layers is determined by the needs, goals, and individual sensitivity of the patient. It is recommended to wait two to five minutes in between layers when applying multiple layers.
- The maximum number of layers is left to the discretion of the physician.
4. Due to this treatment’s depth of penetration, the application of corrective products is typically avoided.
Retinoid Booster (optional)
5. Advanced Treatment Booster – Dispense two pumps into gloved hands. Gently spread the product over the area of treatment, keeping application even and thin.
Hydrate and Protect
6. Skin Procedure Ointment and Hydrator Plus Broad Spectrum SPF 30 – Complete the treatment with this combination to calm, hydrate and protect the skin from UVA and UVB exposure.
7. Hyaluronic Acid Lip Booster – Finish with a liberal application to improve hydration and reduce the appearance of lip lines.
Note: Apply the Hydrator Plus Broad Spectrum SPF 30 prior to applying Hyaluronic Acid Lip Booster to protect the lips from UVA and UVB exposure.
Send the patient home with Skin Procedure Ointment to keep the skin hydrated and protected, as the skin may be too sensitive to tolerate any other product application during the re-epithelialization process.