Elaine Brennan, the brains and beauty behind the Skin Renewal Peeling System, was born in South Africa and educated in England and France. She was the pioneer of skin peeling in South Africa over 40 years ago. She also introduced cryotherapy for scar revision. Her clinic was accredited by CIDESCO, based in Zurich, Switzerland and guarantees worldwide standards of expertise.
The Elaine Brennan Peeling System, and Get Glowing micro-peels are a unique peeling treatment formulated for use in the professional clinic or doctor’s office.
The Skin Renewal System is the most effective way to obtain a healthy, glowing, beautiful, young-looking and blemish-free skin by exfoliation of dead skin cells and debris while stimulating the skin’s natural renewal process. Elaine Brennan peels are tailored to fit your individual skin type and long-term skincare goals.
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Salon D’ Shayn is an officially licensed provider of The Elaine Brennan Skin Renewal Peeling System in Phoenix, Arizona. What makes this peel so effective and unique is that it delivers superior, effective peeling results that are safe. The Elaine Brennan Skin Renewal Peeling System is the one and only peeling treatment of it’s kind. It has been specially formulated for use in the professional clinic or doctor’s office. This peeling system is the most effective way to achieve a healthy, glowing, beautiful, young-looking and blemish-free skin.The skin is truly rejuvenated in from the cellular level, resulting in dramatic improvement in the skin’s elasticity, texture, and color. Some peels can destroy cells in the deeper layers of the epidermis, damaging the delicate skin tissues.The innermost layers of the skin are protected by a special base ingredient that block penetration of these deep cells. It is impossible for the treatment to be carried too deeply into the skin eliminating the risk of permanent damage to the skin and toxic side-effects.The treatment produces a superior peeling that is totally safe and effective and is therefore suitable for skins of all ages, types, and colors. All ingredients used in our peeling system are of the finest medical grade quality and are approved by the FDA for use on the skin. This peel can be applied to selected areas of the body as well as the face, neck, and eyelids.
Dead skin cells are exfoliated in a controlled manner and are replaced with skin that is more supple, firm, smooth and moist. The Skin Renewal Peeling System is unique in that it delivers a deep, reliable exfoliation of the skin without harming any living skin cells.Several of the top dead skin cell layers are removed rapidly. Unlike many peeling treatments, the Skin Renewal Peeling System does not remove any of the epidermises, only a part of the dead cells on the surface are removed into a thin, crusty layer.It is important to know that many peels work and are effective, but will remove entire dead cell layers and penetrate beyond that layer into the living skin cell layers which can be damaged and destroyed.Each of our peeling treatments restores the skin by stimulating regrowth and the basal cells. Each layer of skin is rejuvenated and thickened by the peel.The process is recommended as a treatment for aging skin, especially the deep wrinkles of the upper lip. Our peeling works wonders for acne, pigmentation problems, blemishes, freckles and aging skin. As time goes by you can expect your skin’s appearance to improve and continue to maintain its glow for up to a year after your peeling treatments.
In order to achieve the best results with this peel, most people require two to three Skin Renewal Peel..
Your healing process will be monitored and guided by your skin care professional from start to finish.
One annual maintenance peeling is recommended thereafter to maintain a fresh, smooth, glowing and problem-free complexion.
ELAINE BRENNAN SKIN RENEWAL PEELING SYSTEM PRICING:
DAY 1 2-HOUR PEEL.
DAY 2 (NEXT DAY) 2-HOUR PEEL.
DAY 7 Peel off any left over skin and an LED treatment with custom blended oils and serum.
Get Glowing Micro Peel Double Time, a gentler peel with little downtime. A series of 3 to 6 are recommended.
Acne is essentially an infection of the skin that may result in severe scarring of the face, neck, and back. Acne is characterized by red pimples on the face and other areas that can easily scar if not treated properly.
Since acne typically affects young persons throughout adolescence, it tends to cause adverse psychological effects such as depression and withdrawal from society. The lasting scars from acne continue to traumatize people throughout their lifetime, but peels can change that. Hormonal acne in women, typically close to their monthly cycle can last until menopause and beyond.
It is a myth that acne is caused by dirty skin, impurities in the blood or what you eat. Acne is a disorder of the pilosebaceous glands. These glands are composed of a hair follicle, sebaceous gland (oil) and a hair.
In normal skin, sebum produced by the sebaceous glands combines itself with the hair follicle and cells being shed. When these glands are full, the sebum spreads over the skin’s surface providing the skin with natural moisture and healthy glow.
The lifecycle of a pimple
Peels are the solution
By deeply exfoliating the skin and the stimulating cell division in the basal epidermis cells, the Elaine Brennan Skin Renewal Peeling System treatment unplugs blocked pores and allows eradication of blackheads and closed pores.
These professional peeling treatments can permanently control this affliction and restore your confidence. It is very important as well that all individuals whether suffering from acne or not, follow a comprehensive skin care regime prescribed by a skincare expert.
Black to red pigmentation is balanced when treated with a peel by revealing new skin and removing hyperpigmentation.
There are more than 35 different shades of different colored skins all varying in shades and intensities. There are many physical and chemical factors that contribute to the variability of shades and patches of hypo and hyperpigmentation.
Melanocytes are responsible for the level of dark brownish pigment present in the skin. These are the cells that produce melanin and are located deep in the living layer of the epidermis.
Melanin comes in two colors; black and red. Everyone has close to the same number of melanocytes in their skin, but the melanocytes in darker complexions are genetically programmed to create more melanin, are twice as big and are evenly distributed throughout all skin layers. The difference in skin color from person to person is the balance of black to red pigment.
Contrary to belief, dark complexions are just as sensitive if not more than light complexions, therefore, special precautions and care are necessary when peeling them. Dark skin is not thicker, oilier or tougher than light skin. The layers of skin present in someone with a dark complexion are more compact than someone with a lighter complexion.
The darker the skin, the higher the tendency to become dry because of a decrease in the skin’s ability to retain water. The density of the outer layer affects their lipids (skin oils), resulting in a loss of moisture so darker skins suffer from dryness and superficial dehydration and contain the lowest amount of ceramides.
The darker the skin, the more gently it must be treated. Ultraviolet light should be avoided during and post peeling. This process stimulates melanin production and it is rapidly darkened.
Protecting your skin from the sun is the most important part of the healing process if you have a darker complexion. Once the skin peels off, some darker skins may get post-inflammatory pigmentation. This normal and is the skin’s normal response to trauma. Since melanin is designed as part of the skin barrier to defend and protect itself, some pigmentation after your peel is to be expected, however, this will fade over time as healthy growing cells rise to the surface leaving your skin smooth, glowing and healthy.
The Skin Renewal Peeling System is the ideal treatment for freckles and pigmentation. Freckles, pigmentation and age spots are complex and difficult to treat. This is why consulting a qualified specialist is necessary. Regardless of the many causes of pigmentation, treatments will always include UVR (ultraviolet rays) as part of the treatment plan.
The main causes of pigmentation may be one or more of the following:
Pigmentation caused by trauma
This type of pigmentation is usually shaped irregularly and found in places where trauma has occurred such as picking the skin, lacerations, harsh dermabrasion, strong laser peels or a deep chemical peel that left the underlying tissue damaged. To successfully treat pigmentation, the root cause needs to be correctly diagnosed.
Chloasma and Melasma are the terms used to describe hormonal pigmentation that may be caused by pregnancy, ovarian or thyroid dysfunction, the contraceptive pill, and other hormonal medications. You may have heard the terms, “butterfly mask” or “pregnancy mask” both of which are used to describe “chloasma” which is the occurrence of “melasma” during pregnancy. Hormonal pigmentation is found in the central face whereas sun damage is most often found to the outer areas of the face towards the hairline.
Certain medications can cause photosensitivity. When precautions are not taken to avoid exposure to the sun while your skin is susceptible to pigmentation, the result is a permanent, undesired darkening of the skin in large areas. There are many known photo-sensitizers that may cause pigmentation or loss of pigmentation upon application and subsequent sun exposure.
The first step to treating sun damaged skin is to wear sunscreen every single day. The level, type, and intensity of photodamage vary for each individual. You may notice the appearance of “freckles” or you may have an overall darkening of the entire skin layer. Sometimes, the damage caused by the sun’s harmful rays will penetrate below the peel depth, this will require multiple peels to achieve your desired results.
Whether you are deficient in one or all of these, a deficiency in Vitamin A, C, and essential fatty acids can lead to pigmentation. These nutrients are vital to skin health and are directly linked to collagen and melanin production. If none of the above items resonate with your current lifestyle, one of these is probably to blame. Increasing your intake of those you lack after your peel can ensure that your results will last for years to come.