How does it work?
The Obagi Blue Peel is a superficial to mid-depth Trichloric acid (TCA) peel.
By adding a blue dye, Dr Obagi made the peel safer and the results more reproducable.
The Obagi Blue Peel works best on the face however, with great care it can be used on the neck, chest or back of the hands as well.
Before and After
What does it treat?
The Obagi blue peel treats:
- Stretchable wrinkles and scars
- Superficial and deep Hyperpigmentation (e..g Melasma, acne scarring)
- Skin laxity
- Large pores
- Actinic Keratoses
- Solar Elastosis
- Lentigo Solaris
- Excellent for skin tightening
- No systemic toxicity
- Rapid healing with minimal pain
- Procedure can be done in clinic
More information about Obagi Blue Peel
Is the Obagi blue Peel safe?
- Yes it is, in experienced hands.
- As with all treatments, a good understanding of the product and patient anatomy as well as adequate training and experience is essential to minimise risk.
- There is a risk of scarring, post inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) and infection with all TCA peels.
does treatment hurt?
- There is an uncomfortable but tolerable stinging sensation that lasts for 3-4 minutes after each coat of peel is applied.
- People with an average thickness of skin will need two coats.
HOW SHOULD I PREPARE FOR TREATMENT?
HOW WILL I LOOK IMMEDIATELY AFTER TREATMENT?
IS THERE ANY IMPORTANT AFTERCARE?
Yes, meticulous aftercare is essential.
If you are treated at the Wessex Skin Clinic:
- You will be supplied with the aftercare creams and shown how to use them.
- You will be given detailed written information on how to look after your skin in the days and weeks following treatment.
HOW SOON AFTER TREATMENT WILL I NOTICE AN IMPROVEMENT?
HOW MANY TREATMENTS WILL I NEED?
HOW LONG DOES THE IMPROVEMENT LAST?
WHAT SIDE-EFFECTS ARE THERE?
- Temporary redness and swelling
- Temporary dryness and flaking
- Blisters and shallow ulcers
- Uncommonly except in people with dark skin or melasma: a temporary increase or reduction in skin colour
- Rarely: scarring or permanent changes in skin colour
WHO SHOULDN'T HAVE AN OBAGI BLUE PEEL?
- Women who are pregnant or breast feeding.
- If you are prone to forming keloid scars.
Why Choose Wessex Skin?
A £50 deposit is required to secure your appointment but is redeemable against any treatment.
All clinical sessions are for patients with cosmetic concerns.
At the Wessex Skin clinic we only use market leading aesthetic products.
All treatments are delivered by an experienced and highly qualified aesthetic doctor.
We aim for naural looking, subtle results.
On-site parking and close to J10 of the M3.
Are you interested?
Contact the Wessex Skin clinic today to make a no obligation, complimentary appointment with Dr Catherine Fairris to discuss the Obagi Blue peel further.