The JetPeel facial combines oxygen and a liquid such as water, anesthetic or skin nutrients to create a jet stream of micro-droplets that penetrate deep into the skin. The JetPeel system can reach a velocity of up to 600 ft/sec and a depth of to exfoliate the skin’s surface without causing irritation. This concentrated stream can reach a skin depth of up to 4.5 mm (3/16″).
- avg. recovery
About the Procedure
A JetPeel facial offers both cosmetic and medically practical solutions for individuals that prefer non-invasive treatments. The JetPeel system introduces customizable treatment serums or medications to the high-pressured aerosol stream of microdroplets to deliver the contents 4.5 mm deep into the skin at a speed of 600 ft/sec without causing any injury to the epidermis. There are a number of uses for JetPeel depending on the serums used including lymphatic drainage, exfoliation and deep cleaning, 3-D chemical peels, and infusion of medications such as anesthesia. The skin will be cleansed with a combination of oxygen, hyaluronic acid, aloe, and salt water to get the skin prepped and cleansed before the customized solution is introduced to the treatment area. The jetstream can be adjusted in distance from the face in order to make the treatment more comfortable. Once the face has been thoroughly cleansed the JetPeel handpiece will deliver a customized solution to treat skin concerns such as blackheads and milias in a concentrated stream. JetPeel can also administer PRP and anesthetics into the dermis for a needle-free alternative to common treatments.
The goal of JetPeel is to offer patients a highly customizable and exfoliating facial as well as a needle-free, no-down time, alternative to treatments for under eye circles, hyperhidrosis, blackheads, milia, and PRP.
What to Expect
The JetPeel facial created a jet stream of micro-droplets that penetrate deep into the skin. Here is a quick guide for what to expect before, during, and after a JetPeel facial.
- Do not use self-tanner for 1 week
- No aggressive scrubs or masks prior to treatment
- Refrain from injectable fillers
- Stop using prescription topical medications for 1 week
- Using the JetPeel hand peice, the skin is cleansed with a combination of oxygen, hyaluronic acid, aloe, and salt water
- JetPeel handpiece will deliver a customized solution to treat skin concerns
No recovery is needed after a JetPeel facial. Some patients experience redness for a few hours after the procedure.
The ideal candidate for JetPeel is looking for a needle free alternative for treatments for under eye circles, hyperhidrosis, blackheads, milia, and PRP. JetPeel can also be used in pre-treatment for IPL and radiofrequency to exfoliate the skin for a more consistent procedure as well as a needle-free way to administer pre-procedure anesthetic. Infusing JetPeel with vitamins and peptides also promotes healing and enhances treatment results after post ablative fractional laser treatments.
Not Recommended For
JetPeel is not recommended for candidates with pustular acne or who are taking Accutane.
Side effects from JetPeel may include temporary redness in the treated area however is typically well tolerated by most individuals.