In the early 1980s, an entire team of Swiss biologists and cosmetologists went to work searching for the ultimate weapon to fight the external signs of aging. Building on the concept of cellulotherapy, Valmont researchers delved into the nucleus of the skin’s cells, using an exclusive and patented procedure to extract two molecules with exceptional qualities: DNA and RNA.
Lift from the Peaks – V-Line Lifting Ritual Facial
DSC is proud to partner with Valmont Cosmetics to offer Summit of the Cervin, a Lines and Volumes Ritual. With this undeniable lifting and firming expert treatment, Valmont showcases its technical expertise as a tribute to the 5th highest peak in the Swiss Alps. Using the Valmont-exclusive Butterfly Motion technique, our aestheticians cleanse and exfoliate skin to prepare skin for revitalization. Reach the climax of this treatment with supremely effective lifting and sculpting motions enhanced by highly potent Valmont products like the Prime Renewing Pack and the V-Shape Filling Concentrate. Re-plump skin tissue while redefining the contours of the face with the collagen Regenerating Mask. Finish with AWF5 products packed with anti-aging and anti-wrinkle compounds to treat all areas marked by the passage of time. This facial is a ninety-minute intensive treatment to unveil lastingly smoothed, lifted and firm skin….simply exuberant with youth!
Energy of the Glaciers – Energy Ritual Facial.
The first of the Valmont treatments, Vitality of the Glaciers is a testament to Valmont’s Swiss anti-aging expertise and helps overstrained and dull skin transform into a regenerated, radiant glow. This beauty-boosting treatment stimulates the skin’s energy and cell renewal – both of which diminish over time. After the treatment, the complexion is once again fresh and radiant, features are relaxed, and the skin has never been fuller. This facial is a ninety-minute intensive treatment to reveal an energized glow – perfect for all skin types, but especially recommended for city dwellers for its oxygenating and detoxifying benefits.
What should I do before Chemical Peel?
- Before the procedure, we will clean your face and might cover your eyes with ointment, gauze, tape or goggles. He or she might also protect your hair.
- Pain relief isn’t typically needed for a light chemical peel. If you’re having a medium chemical peel, you might have the option of taking a sedative and a painkiller.
- If you’re having a deep chemical peel, we will likely numb your skin with a local anesthetic and give you a sedative or use regional anesthesia — which numbs a certain part of your body.
What should I do after Chemical Peel?
The short answer is, after treatment, you’ll have glowing, plump, even skin, which feels unusually and satisfyingly clean. Optimal results will be seen a few days later. But as with any facial treatment, the best results will occur from going on a regular basis, typically once a month.
After a chemical peel of any depth, follow your doctor’s directions for cleansing, moisturizing, and applying protective ointments to your skin.
After a light chemical peel, treated skin will be red, dry, and mildly irritated -although these effects might be less noticeable with each repeat treatment. Your doctor might apply a protective ointment, such as petroleum jelly, to soothe the area.
Treated areas take about one to seven days to heal after a light chemical peel. New skin might temporarily be lighter or darker than normal.
After a medium chemical peel, treated skin will be red, tight, and swollen. You’ll feel stinging. Your doctor might apply a protective ointment, such as petroleum jelly, to soothe the area.
Use ice packs or the breeze from a fan for comfort. Over-the-counter pain-relieving medication, such as ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin IB, others) and naproxen sodium (Aleve, others), may help reduce any discomfort. You’ll likely schedule a checkup soon after your treatment so that your doctor can monitor your healing. As swelling decreases, treated skin will begin to form a crust and might darken or develop brown blotches. Treated areas take about seven to 14 days to heal after a medium chemical peel, but redness might last for months.
After a deep chemical peel, you’ll experience severe redness and swelling. You’ll also feel burning and throbbing, and your eyelids might swell shut.
Your doctor will apply a watertight dressing to treated skin. He or she might also prescribe painkillers. Sleeping in a semi-reclined position may help reduce swelling.
Treated areas will develop new skin within about two weeks after a deep chemical peel, although cysts or white spots might appear for several weeks, and redness might last for months. Treated skin might become darker or lighter than normal or lose the ability to tan.
You might prefer to remain at home while you’re healing from a chemical peel. Once new skin completely covers the treated area in about two weeks, you can use cosmetics to conceal any redness.