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Blue Skin Peel And Stick

The Blue Peel is a unique surface preparation product that can be applied to a wide variety of substrates including concrete, tile, masonry, and wood. With its superior adhesive qualities, it is a great alternative to traditional primers and sealers.

Unlike traditional products that require multiple coats or long drying times, the Blue Peel provides instant adhesion and is ready for use right out of the box. It’s also available in three sizes for easy application with any brush or roller.

The Blue Peel has been tested on many different surfaces with excellent results. It adheres firmly to concrete, tile and masonry but will not stick to wood or glass (unless primed). The peel-off layer is designed so that it can be easily removed from most surfaces without leaving any residue behind. For example: If you apply this product onto drywall before painting it will remove easily without damaging the surface underneath – unlike some other products which may cause damage when attempting to peel them off.

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Blue Skin Peel And Stick

What is Obagi Blue Peel?

Obagi Nu-Derm system is used together with Obagi Blue Peel. By improving important skin cell functions with Nu-Derm prior to procedure, post procedure care is enhanced and down time is reduced.

Obagi Blue peel is a TCA with a non-ionic base. It is different from other TCA chemical skin peel as they are a clear and aqueous solution, and over painting and uneven penetration can easily occur leading to unsatisfactory results.

Blue peel enhances the control of the depth of TCA and the concentration is much higher at 35%.

What is the treatment procedure for the Obagi Blue Peel?

Obagi blue peel can only be used when you are undergoing the Obagi nu-Derm system. If you have fair pale skin you must have completed 6 weeks of the Obagi Nu-Derm system and for those who have dark skin you need to have completed 18 weeks treatment.

You will attend the clinic and the practitioner will apply the blue peel to the skin. When the peel is applied to the skin and you will experience burning, and stinging sensation and your face will be blue in colour.

Indications for Obagi Blue peel

  • Stretchable wrinkle and scars
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Large pores
  • Skin laxity
  • Lentigo Solaris
  • Solar Elastosis
  • Actinic Keratosis

What will happen during treatment?

The practitioner will clean the skin and degrease if necessary. The Obagi blue peel will be applied to the skin evenly. You will experience a burning sensation which will last 3-5 mins which most people can tolerate.

After each layer is applied the practitioner will wait 2-3 minutes before applying the next layer and the burning sensation will subside.

Are there different strengths of Obagi Blue Peel?


• 15% Obagi Blue Peel – you will have less peeling experience and is good for clients who have dry, thin and sensitive skin and have a low pain threshold,
• 20% Obagi Blue Peel – more peeling to be expected and is best for thick skin and clients who have a higher pain threshold.

Recovery time following an Obagi Blue Peel system?

This is dependent on the strength of the peel…

• 15% Obagi Blue Peel – 2 days
• 20% Obagi Blue Peel – 7 days

Obagi Blue Peel Anticipated Reactions – Post Peel

Healing is usually painless.

  • Some swelling may occur – usually around the eye area
and subsides
  • Skin will feel tight
and will darken before it starts to peel in 2-3 days maybe longer for deeper peels
  • There may be occasional itching and discomfort due to dry skin
  • There may be a mild degree of fluid oozing

The cost of Obagi Blue Peel

£399.00 – 15% Obagi Blue Peel
£499 – 20% Obagi Blue Peel

HydraFacial combined with Obagi Radiance Peel

Combining  a HydraFacial, with Obagi Blue Peel Radiance is effective and has proven results, leaving the skin feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.  It contains a unique blend of acids to provide an effective peel and is great for people wanting that tighter, smoother, more radiant look for their skin.


  • Improves brightness
  • Improves skin texture and tone
  • Ideal for sun-damaged skin
  • Anti-ageing
  • Improves the appearance of dull, dry, and oily skin
  • Deep cleanse
  • Gentle exfoliation and skin resurfacing
  • Hydrates the skin
  • Provides antioxidants and peptides

Obagi Blue Peel Reviews

Obagi Medical Blue Peel Radiance Professional Peel Kit 6 Vials - 10.1 - 15  Oz.

The Obagi Blue Radiance peel is a non-invasive, gentle chemical facial peel.

All peels use an acid-base to literally ‘burn’ off the top layer of skin thereby encouraging cell renewal for fresher, younger looking skin. The higher the concentration of acid, the deeper the peel – and the longer the downtime.

However, the Obagi Blue Radiance peel has a very low level of salicylic acid. Designed to be used in a course of six ‘low-burn’ treatments, it’s perfect if you can’t accommodate the week of downtime associated with one-off deeper peels.

A course of six treatments that can be done in your lunchtime is a gentle but effective way of getting skin in tip-top shape coming up to the Christmas party season, a wedding, or after the skin-damaging effects of a holiday in the sun and sea. It improves the general texture and tone of skin and claims to be able to help with photo damage, acne scarring, and signs of sun damage.


Your face will be cleansed of all make-up and the therapist will apply a protective barrier of gel to the most sensitive parts of your face such as the corners of your mouth and eyes. Eyelids are protected with sticky-backed eye patches and then the first layer of salicylic acid is sponged on.

There is an intense feeling of heat and itchiness for about 30 seconds to a minute after the acid solution is applied. It does pass and isn’t painful – the worst aspect is worrying that it will get worse or never stop but don’t worry, it subsides quickly. A second layer of the salicylic solution is then applied and left on your skin for 10 minutes.

When the 10 minutes are up, any remnants of the acid solution is sponged off your skin. A good therapist will then apply a high factor sun block to your skin before you leave.


There is hardly any downtime. Skin feels a little tight and some small areas of more sensitive skin can become a little reddened for a up to a day. If you do experience localised reddening then this patch of skin will become a little flaky for a day or so, but nothing a good moisturiser and a little foundation won’t sort out.

The treatment isn’t recommended to be done before going away on a sun holiday. Burning off the top layer of skin exposes the baby-young epidermis below leaving skin more photo-sensitive and prone to burning and sun-damage.


Yes it does work, but to a limited extent. Our tester reported back that ‘Skin was left radiant and glowing after each session and during the six week course the texture and tone of the skin was clear and smooth.’

‘However, it didn’t have any effect on existing photo-damage or scarring – the treatment just isn’t vigorous enough to have that kind of benefit. It’s also a blanket treatment across the entire face and doesn’t have the ability to spot-target problem areas of skin.”If you can afford the price-tag and want a general skin spring-clean rather than anything more corrective, than the Obagi Blue Radiance is a great option. ‘Red Rating: 6/10

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