Upper West Spa

JETPEEL

JETPEEL

This breakthrough needle-free treatment incorporates the benefits of hydro-dermabrasion, chemical peels, and oxygenation, combined with an infusion of anti-aging peptides, antioxidants, vitamins, hyaluronic acid, and stem cells.

The multi-step procedure begins with a lymphatic drainage/ detox phase to remove waste and toxins. The next phase involves deep exfoliation with several AHA/ BHA formulations customized to your skin condition.

Finally, the aesthetician delivers a stream of oxygen and active micro-droplets to the skin at subsonic speed, opening micro-channels in the epidermis. Through these tiny channels, moisture and advanced compounds can penetrate your skin.

JetPeel™ uses patented jet pressure technology to create a non-invasive, safe, needle-free, pain-free, and no-contact treatment with zero downtime and immediate results. It addresses a variety of skin issues including fine lines and wrinkles, uneven skin tone, acne, sun damage, rosacea, and other signs of skin aging and damage.

Benefits of JetPeel at Upper West Spa:

Frequently Asked Questions About JetPeels:

1. What is a JetPeel treatment?

A JetPeel treatment is a non-invasive, pain-free, needle-free treatment that utilizes patented jet engine technology. It delivers active solutions deep into the skin to optimize hydration and exfoliation. JetPeel is incredibly powerful, effective, and safe for even the most sensitive skin types.

2. Does JetPeel hurt?

No, JetPeel is pain-free. You can compare the lymphatic drainage/ detox phase of the treatment to a relaxing massage!

3. Is JetPeel the same as a HydraFacial?

The JetPeel and HydraFacial are not the same treatment, as they use two very different methods of delivery. The JetPeel uses a “power wash” technique based on patented jet engine technology, while the HydraFacial uses a suction device to open and cleanse the pores.

 

In general, JetPeel is best for people with sensitive skin, dryness, and rosacea. However, both JetPeels and Hydrafacials are highly effective treatments, and they both incorporate hydrodermabrasion to exfoliate and hydrate the skin.