Pro Alpha Six Layer Peel
What is the Pro Alpha Six Layer Peel?
For those who want to significantly and quickly revise signs of ageing but do not want to commit to invasive surgery or treatments, Pro Alpha Six-layer Peel is ideal. An aesthetic approach to skin restoration, this peel restores the skin back into optimal health, encouraging to perform like when it was young. The strength of the formulation is tailored by your therapist to suit your skin colour, texture, sensitivity and condition. In just ten days, old damaged skin tightens, lifts and peels away to reveal younger-looking, smoother, optimally functioning skin. You can be 10 years younger in 10 days!
Who is the Six-layer Peel ideal for?
The Pro Alpha Six-layer Peel is a resurfacing treatment program intended to remove dead cells from the surface of the skin and instigate collagen development. It has been designed to help reduce wrinkles, light scarring, and uneven skin tones.
What to expect:
The full procedure takes 10 days.
Your esthetician will customize the strength of the formulation to your skin type and condition.
The treatment includes two peel applications.
Prepping enzymes in advance, use of revitosin (provided), and two follow-up Lift-Off treatments are required.
Essential DMK homecare prescriptives (included) are required to support this peel system.
Frequently asked questions
The RP (Remodeling Procedure) Peel
14 day process/
The Remodeling Procedure (RP) revises the skin by looking at the underlying cause of premature aging and reconstructing healthy skin. Using an exclusive blend of natural plant and fruit sugar acids, applied systematically in layers, RP revises the processes that have developed as a result of the sun or environmental damage. Over 14 days RP aims to revise hyperpigmentation, premature aging, loose, sagging, and wrinkled skin.
Requires Prepping Enzyme Treatments. Entire Procedure takes 14 days.
Includes two RP peel applications and two mandatory Lift-off Enzyme treatments.
Revitison (homecare Retinol) must be in use for ten consecutive days prior to procedure.