Blueberry Charcoal Purity Facial

August Facial Special Prep and Post Treatment

This seasonal Blueberry Enzyme that brightens the skin with a combo of antioxidants, glycolic, and salicylic acids. The enzymes make the skin buttery smooth and perfect from extractions or a microdermabrasion treatment. Steam, yummy fruity aromas get followed up by the detoxifying Charcoal Mask which anti-microbial, pore cleansing.


Recommendations for who to book: [is for anyone without rosacea or sensitive skin but is a good treatment for someone with non-inflamed acne]

Tingle factor: 4 


How to Prep for an Enzyme Treatment: 

An enzyme peel facial can be a beneficial treatment to exfoliate and rejuvenate the skin. To ensure safe and effective results, here are some steps you can take in the couple of days leading up to the enzyme peel facial:

  • Avoid Sun Exposure: Limit your exposure to direct sunlight or UV rays for at least a few days leading up to the facial. Sunburned or overly sensitive skin may react negatively to the peel.
  • Sun Protection: Limit sun exposure and wear sunscreen with at least SPF 30 daily to protect your skin. Sunburned or heavily tanned skin should not be treated with an enzyme peel, as it may lead to adverse reactions.
  •  Discontinue Exfoliants: Refrain from using any other exfoliating products (such as scrubs, retinoids, alpha hydroxy acids, or beta hydroxy acids) for a few days before the enzyme peel. Over-exfoliating the skin can cause irritation.
  • Avoid Hair Removal: Avoid waxing, threading, or any other hair removal methods that may cause skin irritation before the facial.
  • Hydrate: Make sure to drink plenty of water in the days leading up to the facial. Well-hydrated skin responds better to treatments.
  • Cleansing Routine: Maintain a gentle cleansing routine using a mild, pH-balanced cleanser appropriate for your skin type. Avoid any harsh cleansers that may cause irritation.
  • Skip Harsh Treatments: Avoid any harsh treatments, chemical peels, or aggressive facials in the days before the enzyme peel. Give your skin a chance to recover and avoid excessive sensitivity. * IF YOU HAVE HAD A PEEL, A MICRODERMABRASION SERVICE, DERMAPLANING FACIAL, LASER TREATMENT within 4 weeks you can not get this treatment. 

****Notify the Esthetician: Inform the esthetician about any allergies, skin sensitivities, or medications you are currently taking. This is a must no treatments are performed without a filled out signed skin questionnaire. 


By taking these precautions, you can maximize the benefits of the enzyme peel facial while minimizing the risk of adverse reactions. Remember that everyone's skin is different, so it's essential to tailor the approach to your individual needs you might want this but in the treatment room we may need to pivot to what your skin needs. 


Post Enzyme treatment care guidelines: 

One of my favorite things about enzymes is they give you a full punch of effectiveness and results without the down time of a traditional hardcore peel. So you might leave the treatment room and not feel like your barrier is as compromised as it is because the enzymes have ZERO down time and zero traditional peeling effect. However you do need to treat your treated skin like baby skin for at least 72 hours to not cause any damage to your new fresh glowing skin.

1. Wash your face with cool water for a couple of days: Cool water helps soothe post-peel sensations and allows your pores to relax without the pressure of hot water.

2. Avoid strenuous workouts, steam, and saunas for at least 3 days: Increased blood circulation can intensify warming, tingling, itching, redness, and stinging on your treated skin.

3. Use a CleanSkinClub 1 time use towelette: Avoid using multi-use towels to prevent germs, bacteria, and environmental debris from getting on your skin while it's repairing its barrier.

4. Don't over exfoliate: The treatment is a max-strength exfoliant, and if you've added on a microdermabrasion or dermaplaning, there's no need for additional exfoliation. Wait 4 days before starting any scrub or exfoliation treatment again. For at least a week, exfoliate only once, then return to your normal routine (unless you're on an acne routine; you'll receive specific post-treatment instructions).

5. Moisturize and Hydrate: After the peel, reinforce your skin barrier with a medium to thick moisturizer. Drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration, which can make your skin feel tight.

6. Apply sunscreen with SPF 30 or more: Your skin is more delicate after the treatment, so avoid direct sunlight. If you're outdoors for an extended amount of time, make sure to reapply sunscreen according to the manufacturer's instructions on your SPF product.