Education: Lactic Action Peel
Here is a peel the efficiently smoothes and brightens skin without causing dryness or dehydration!
Treatment Level: 2: Advanced Therapy
Objective: Sun Damage Repair & Reversal
Recommended For: All non‐sensitive skin types showing ashiness, sun damage or uneven pigment and texture
Recommended Menu Description: "When the skin gets dull, mottled and sun damaged, the bright get peeling! This gentle, yet effective treatment pampers you as well as aims to combat lines, wrinkles, dark spots and dehydration. What you get is a renewed texture so radiant and bright it’ll make you happy just to look at it."
This gentle, yet effective treatment pampers the client as well as aims to combat lines, wrinkles, dark spots and dehydration. The result is skin that feels fresher, pores are minimized, surface hyperpigmentation begins to lighten and wrinkles are softened.
A lactic acid exfoliating peel gets right to the source of unwanted discoloration – anything from ashiness to age spots to stubborn acne traces – dissolving rogue pigment cells on the spot, and clearing away dead surface cell sludge while it’s at it. Healthy even new cells also see the light of day, replacing lines, wrinkles and roughness. Oxygen emulsion increases cellular microcirculation, adds water to the cells and helps pull powerful skin brightening and antioxidants deep into the skin.
Sensitive Skin Cleansing Milk (18oz)
Sensitive Skin Tonic with Aloe (18oz)
Lactic Green Tea Peel 25% (4oz)
02 Pro Booster (1.7oz)
Skin Nourishing Balm (2oz)
Balancing Thermogel Mask (6oz)
Crystal C Serum (1.7oz)
Ceramide Daily Cream (6oz)
Collagen Eye Defense (2.5oz)
Intensive Skin Brightening Cream SPF 30 (2.5oz)
Equipment and Supplies Overview
3 Warm Towels
4×4 Gauze or Cotton Squares
4 Fan Brushes
Costs & Pricing
55 Minute Spa Advanced Therapy
25 Minute Express Therapy (omit Steps 9, 10)
Total Kit Price: $373.70
Cost Per Treatment: $8.30
Approximate Number of Treatments: 45
Recommended Facial Price: $75.00‐$110.00
TOTAL RETURN: $3,001 to $4,576
Step by Step Instructions
Cleanse Phase: 5-7 minutes
Begin facial cleanse while lightly steaming and warming up the skin. Apply Sensitive Skin Cleansing Milk and cleanse the face, neck and décolleté. Soak cotton rounds in warm water and spray a small amount of Soothing Chamomile Eye Makeup Remover. Apply to eyes and wrap face in warm towel with aromatic calming blend. Compress towel and let client breathe in the essential oil for approximately 30 seconds. Unwrap towel; remove eye pads and excess make-up, use towel to remove cleanser.
Saturate two cotton pads with Sensitive Skin Tonic and apply to the entire face, neck and décolleté.
Skin Analysis & Exfoliation Phase: 10-15 minutes
Perform Skin Analysis.
Apply warm water saturated eye pads to client in half moon shape. Measure approximately ½ – 1 teaspoon of Lactic Green Tea Peel 25%, depending upon area to be treated. For client comfort, a hand held fan is recommended to reduce tingle. With a fan brush, thinly apply peel to the face, neck and décolleté’. Avoid eye lids or any other highly sensitive areas. Leave on 2-3 minutes, depending upon skin type then remove/neutralize with cotton squares or gauze soaked in water/baking soda mixture. Inform client that it not unusual to feel mild tingling sensation during the peel as well as the neutralizing process.
Saturate Sensitive Skin Tonic on cotton pads and smooth over the skin to restore the skin pH balance, hydrate and soothe.
Apply approximately ½ teaspoon of O2 Pro Booster with small fan brush or applicator to areas with enlarged pores, breakouts or entire face if desired. Occlude with pieces of plastic wrap to intensify the penetration of the oxygen (good for areas with blackheads/whiteheads) if desired. NOTE: This can cause mild tingle and temporary stimulation. Leave on 3-4 minutes.
During this time, remove headband from hair and perform a dry scalp massage. Enhance experience by adding a few drops of essential oil blend to palms of hands before you begin the scalp massage.
Remove one section at a time of the O2 Pro Booster, tissue off excess with tissue and proceed with extractions. After extractions are complete, gently remove any residue with a moist cotton pad.
Perform gentle extractions and High Frequency if needed. LED light therapy may also be used at this time if desired.
Massage Phase: 10 minutes
Perform facial massage with Skin Nourishing Balm with or without light steam. When finished, tissue off excess balm if desired.
Mask Phase: 10-15 minutes
Apply Balancing Thermogel Mask with fan brush to face, neck and décolleté. It is also recommended that cooling eye compresses be made with the Soothing Chamomile Eye Makeup Remover, and let sit on the eyes at this time to further calm the eye area.
During this time perform an additional shoulder massage for approximately 5 minutes. Use Skin Nourishing Balm warmed up under steam, to perform a massage to the area. Use a warm, aromatic towel to remove the mask.
Hydrate & Moisturize Phase: 3-5 minutes
Apply a small amount (2-3 cc) of Crystal C Serum to your hands and apply to face, neck and décolleté.
Finish Facial with a light application of, Ceramide Daily Cream and/or Intensive Skin Lightening Day Cream SPF 30.
Tips & Tricks
Best done in a series for cumulative results.
Soothing Chamomile Eye Makeup Remover contains an active ingredient called eyebright. Known for vividly reducing the signs of swelling, redness and puffiness of the eyes… more than just an eye makeup remover!
Lactic Green Tea Peel 25% contains green tea and willow bark extract, both which greatly decrease the signs of redness that can be associated with peels and enhancing the nourishing quality of the lactic acid.
02 Pro Booster contains a stabilized oxygen. Bacteria can’t live in the presence of oxygen. This product increases microcirculation and softens sebum as well. Extractions become easier.
A simple, non-aggressive introduction to retail sales; the Soothing Chamomile Eye Makeup Remover. If the client wears heavy eye makeup and you notice their upper and lower eye area appears dry and less firm, make a point to comment of the effectiveness of this product. Have the client look at the eye pads to see how much makeup is removed with very little effort. No one wants a product pushed on them, but if they see a visual result right before their eyes (excuse the pun) they will be thankful for you sharing your knowledge and introduction to the resource.