deep skin peels. Its singular combination of salicylic acid, lactic acid and resorcinol makes it both effective and gentle. The salicylic acid in Jessner's peel makes it a potent treatment for skin conditions like acne, psoriasis and eczema. The lactic acid in Jessner's skin peel gently exfoliates the skin's surface to eliminate fine lines, wrinkles and blemishes, while the resorcinol solvent dissolves dull, dead, rough skin. Because it can be applied in layers to achieve multiple peel depths, Jessner's peel is perfect for many ages and skin types. Mature skin, dry skin, oily skin, sensitive skin and hardy skin can all profit from the rejuvenating properties of Jessner's peel. It stimulates collagen and elastin production to keep skin taut and healthy even as it ages. Its exfoliating properties lighten blemishes to even skin tone, while smoothing away rough, dead skin and wrinkles.
Jessner's peel is one of the most versatile chemical peeling agents on the market today. It unclogs pores and kills bacteria for clear, acne free skin, and it can melt away the patchy, unsightly skin blemishes associated with conditions such as psoriasis and eczema. Enlarged pores appear nonexistent after a Jessner's peel, and skin blemished by melasma, sun damage, freckles or appears polished, smooth and even in tone. Jessner's peel fades fine lines and wrinkles to restore the bloom of youth to skin. Because Jessner's peel can be used for both mild and medium peels, there's no need to upgrade from Jessner's to another peeling solution. Home skin peel enthusiasts can safely apply up to three layers of Jessner's solution, to continue benefiting from the peel even as the skin becomes accustomed to it.
A skin peel neutralizer, such as Peel Neutralizer Mist, is strongly recommended for use with Jessner's Peel. It neutralizes the peeling agents and instantly calms treated skin.
Jessner's peel can cause some mild, temporary stinging and burning and may cause flaking, soreness, redness and frosting. Use a quality broad spectrum sunblock post-peel. Those with aspirin or resorcinol allergies should not use Jessner's peel. Nor should pregnant women. Jessner's peel can cause permanent skin lightening, scarring, and demarcation lines, especially in darker-skinned individuals.