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NeoStrata® ProSystem Retinol Peel


Procedure Time

30 minutes

Recovery Time

7-10 days

Number of treatments recommended

Varies from patient to patient



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This advanced, physician-strength peel contains 3% Retinol plus Retinol Boosting Complex™ to exfoliate and improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, plump and firm skin while promoting a bright, even, and clear complexion. It also contains soothing Bisabolol to help calm the skin.

Superficial peel suitable for most skin types:

  • Appropriate for mild to moderate skin imperfections as determined by your medical practitioner
  • Retinol, Aminofil®, and NeoCitriate® formula reduces the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, laxity, mottled pigmentation and pore size, and enhances clarity/radiance
  • Exfoliation: 2-4 days of visible peeling
  • Can be used on blemish-prone skin

Frequently Asked Questions

Why does Retinol make your face peel?

Retinol (or retinoids) promote cell turnover in the skin, possibly causing some patients to peel for the first 4-6 weeks of treatment.

Can I use Retinol after a chemical peel?

No. Do not use Retinol for at least one-two weeks after a chemical peel, depending on the strength of the peel.

How do you use Retinol Peel?

Presciption-strength Retinol Peels are applied by your aesthetic provider or aesthetician.

What is NeoStrata® Retinol Peel?

NeoStrata® ProSystem Retinol Peel is an advanced, 3% Retinol Peel that is clinically proven to exfoliate and improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, acne-prone skin, and skin laxity. Note: visible exfoliation will likely occur for a few days following the peel.

Should you use Retinol every night?

If you do not have sensitive skin, you may use Retinol every night, although it is beneficial to alternate Retinol with a glycolic acid and/or salicylic acid to slough off the dead skin cells.

Can you use Retinol under eyes?

Retinol may be used beneath the eyes for anti-aging and firming benefits.

Is Retinol bad for your skin?

Retinol is not bad for your skin as long as your skin is not very sensitive or you have an allergy to the product.

Does Retinol cause cancer?

Retinoids, which are vitamin A derivatives, may prevent skin cancer in people particularly vulnerable to skin cancers.

Can Retinol make wrinkles worse?

Retinol can make wrinkles seem worse when you first start using it. What is happening is a drying effect, but this is temporary and use of moisturizer helps prevent drying and cracking of skin. Proper strength and frequency of use of Retinol is very important and will be discussed with your aesthetic provider.

What does Retinol do for your skin?

Retinol can help damaged skin cells return to their normal function. This allows cells to retain more healthy collagen and elastin, which keeps wrinkles from forming. It also helps your skin slough dead cells and create new ones, which in turn creates new collagen.

Are there side effects to Retinol?

The most common side effects of topical Retinols are skin irritation such as burning, redness, itching, peeling, and scaling that starts after two to three days and can last 6-8 weeks during use. Retinols and retinoids can increase sun sensitivity, because they remove the top layer of skin.

Does Retinol darken skin?

The most common side effects of topical Retinols are skin irritation such as burning, redness, itching, peeling, dryness, and stinging. In addition to these side effects, lightening of normal skin color, darkening of the skin, and lightening of treated areas of dark skin may occur with use of Retinol.

Does Retinol actually work?

Retinol works very well on the skin and should be included in your anti-aging arsenal.

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