Is your skin dull, blotchy or uneven? Ravaged by the harsh winter climate? Come to our free chemical peel educational seminar at our Brooklyn medical day spa, and learn more about how this non-invasive procedure can strip away your skin concerns – safely and comfortably.
March 26, 6 p.m. 2158 Ocean Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11229 (718) 382-9200
Space is limited. Call to reserve your spot today!
If you’re like most people, you take care of your skin the best you can. You wash and moisturize it on a regular basis, and take your makeup off each evening before going to bed. Like showering or brushing your teeth, you try to make your skincare regimen a part of your daily routine.
But what if your best-laid plans aren’t achieving the desired effects? What if no matter what you do and how consistent you are, your skin is simply not looking or feeling as beautiful as it should?
That’s when you might consider a chemical peel for your face, neck and/or hands. And if you’re looking at this higher level of targeted treatment, you want to make sure it’s being administered by a trained professional.
At Ecobeautica Wellness Center, our estheticians are skilled in the nuances of chemical peels, microdermabrasion and other personalized skin therapies. Approaching each procedure with a whole-body perspective, they first conduct a comprehensive skin analysis to determine what they’re working with – and how to best treat it on an individualized basis. They then delve a bit deeper from a holistic viewpoint, looking at dietary and lifestyle behaviors to determine their potential impact on the skin. This valuable information enables them to determine the depth and frequency of your peels, allowing them to personalize your skin care treatment plan to best address your unique concerns.
So who is a candidate for a chemical peel? Basically, anyone who is experiencing any of the following conditions can benefit from this safe, outpatient option:
- Sagging, aging skin
- Tired, sallow complexion
- Blotchy, uneven skin tone
- Acne or acne scars
- Rough, dry and flaky skin
- Crow’s feet, fine lines or wrinkles
- Hyperpigmentation (age spots) or melasma (dark patches)
- Sun-damaged skin
Here’s how the chemical peel process works. Custom blends of topical treatments – which may include alpha-hydroxy, glycolic or other acids – are applied by trained technicians to remove dull, damaged skin cells. This effectively exfoliates the skin, with the rough, dry external layer ultimately peeling off to reveal the smoother, younger-looking layer underneath.
Ecobeautica Wellness Center founder Margarita Zeyger – a member of the Anti-Aging Academy who was trained at Holt Institute of Medicine for Supplement Counseling – has a personal reason for emphasizing the value of chemical peels at her Brooklyn Day Spa. When her grandmother entered her 40s and began noticing that her skin was losing its luster, she traveled to Poland for a specialized skin care treatment. A skin expert applied a substance to her face which caused it to become dark, dry and start to peel. Like a snake shedding its skin, as the new layer appeared, Margaret’s grandmother’s radiant, youthful-looking complexion returned.
And what are some other benefits of chemical peels? Minimizing fine lines and scars, lightening age spots and freckles, removing broken capillaries, stimulating collagen production, treating some forms of acne, and smoother skin are but a few.
But don’t take our word for it. Join us at our free educational seminar and learn more about how you can turn back the hands of time with this safe, non-invasive procedure.
A member of the Anti-Aging Academy and the National Association of Professional Women, and the recipient of a diploma from the Holt Institute of Medicine for Supplement Counseling, Margarita Zeyger was born into a family of beautiful women in former Soviet Union. Her mother, grandmother and great-grandmother ascribed to the motto, “Your beauty is your best recommendation,” and all lived to be more than 100 years old. Their legacy of health and beauty inspired Margaret to enter the spa and cosmetics services field, where she learned among the best professionals in the Baltic Sea resort of Gorky. After moving to the United States, she utilized this knowledge as the cornerstone of her medical day spa, Ecobeautica Wellness Center, where she provides customized facials, massages and other personalized salon services to patients throughout the five boroughs.