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Honest review of the BioRepeel Peel Skin Treatment

This new “no-downtime” peel is taking over the skincare market, so of course, I had to try it! In this post, I’ll go over everything you need to know about the BioRepeel Peel like what are it’s benefits, who’s a good candidate, the recovery time, and my results. Whether you are looking to reboot struggling skin or address signs of aging (or both!), the BioRePeel features a multitasking mixture of active ingredients, all in one powerhouse clinical treatment. Keep reading for a full review.

Biorepeel Peel

What is Biorepeel?

Biorepeel is a biostimulating, revitalizing, and peeling treatment. Unlike traditional chemical peels that can be harsh on the skin and require recovery time, Biorepeel is designed to provide a more gentle approach, with less downtime.

BioRePeel is a 35% TCA peel (Trichloroacetic acid) with ZERO to minimal skin shedding, meaning, you don’t have to put your social plans on hold while your skin heals. 

BioRePeel improves the skin surface, imperfections, and accelerates cell turnover. It also stimulates the production of collagen and elastin deep within the skin. 

Results can be seen instantly and continue to improve over the following weeks.

This peel can be used all year round and on all skin types! 

Biorepeel peel
This is the solution before it is mixed

How does it work?

The treatment provides a dual action: peeling and biostimulation. The peeling action helps exfoliate and remove dead skin cells, revealing fresher, more radiant skin underneath.

Biostimulation, on the other hand, encourages the skin’s natural regenerative processes, helping to boost collagen and elastin production, while also improving cellular turnover. The innovative peel formula helps to exfoliate your top layer of the skin by dissolving the bonds between old, dead, or damaged cells and promoting regeneration. This results in a micropeel effect revealing a new layer of fresh, healthy, and luminous-looking skin.

  • BioRepeel has been clinically tested and proven to decrease and or eliminate damage from UV rays, pigmentation, acne and acne scarring.  
  • It dissolves bonds between the cells and carefully removes the outer layer of skin, turning over the cells and revealing the glowing smooth new layer of skin underneath.  
  • It also stimulates the Fibroblast cells, which are the cells responsible for the production of collagen and elastin.
Biorepeel Peel after
This was a few days after my treatment.

Key ingredients include:

  • A potent TCA solution for targeting skin texture, scarring, and discoloration
  • Salicylic acid for troubleshooting congested pores and excess oil
  • Lactobionic acid for boosting intercellular metabolism.
  • Tartaric acid for natural brightening
  • Additionally, amino acids, and antioxidant vitamins–including Vitamins C and B2–are added to fight free radicals and damage to the skin as a result of UV and other environmental stressors.
Biorepeel syringe
They apply it with this syringe but don’t worry, it’s not injected into your skin.

What are the benefits of BioRepeel?

Biorepeel is used for a range of skin concerns, including:

  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Acne scars
  • Sun damage
  • Uneven skin tone
  • Enlarged pores
  • General skin revitalization
  • Completely Safe On All Skin Types
  • Treatments For Face & Body
  • BioRepeel Is Pain-Free
  • Instant Results
  • Zero Frost Effect
  • Can Be Done All Year Round
Biorepeel Peel protocol
Your esthetician should dermaplane your face first for best results.

Treatment Procedure

My esthetician double cleanses the skin, dermaplanes to remove dead skin and hair (you want to include this with the peel), and then she does extractions & facial massage. Next, she applies the peel- the trendy thing to do is apply it in dots but it’s not necessary (it’s for clickbait). She applies it in sections then pats it in until it’s tacky. She puts her red LED lights over my face for 10 minutes then removes the peel and applies skincare and SPF. The whole process takes about an hour and a half but I will say that my esthetician is VERY thorough. I’ve seen other spas just apply the peel and that’s it. Unless you’re saving a ton of money at those spa’s It’s not really worth it- find one that will give you the whole facial with the peel.

How does the BioRepeel feel? It does feel a little tingly but it’s not nearly as bad as other peels I’ve tried.

Afterward, your skin might appear slightly red or irritated but this usually subsides quickly.

Biorepeel Peel protocol
The dots look cool but they aren’t necessary

Who is a good candidate for BioRepeel?

This peel is suitable for all skin types, colors and ages.
It is excellent for those with acne prone, congested skin and skin with pigmentation and scarring (old or new).
It is great to prevent aging as it contains essential amino acids and vitamins that every skin requires.
It is beneficial for young skin during acute stages of acne, blackheads, with recent scarring.

Biorepeel after
This was right after I finished the BioRepeel treatment- red and irritated but it went down after an hour.

​How many treatments do you need?

​3-6 treatments spaced every 2-3 weeks are recommended for the best results. I went every 3 weeks.

Biorepeel day 2
This was the day after the treatment. My skin looked calm and great

Before and Aftercare

For best results, you will want to follow these instructions prior to and following your appointment:

Pre-Peel Instructions:

  • Avoid any exfoliating agents and retinols for 72 hours prior to your appointment
  • Avoid UV or sun exposure for 14 days prior to your appointment

Post-Peel Instructions:

  • Avoid makeup application if possible for 24-48 hours following your appointment
  • Avoid AHAs, BHAs, and retinol for 14 days following your appointment
  • Avoid waxing, hair removal, or hair bleaching for 14 days following your appointment
  • Avoid swimming and steam saunas for 14 days following your appointment
  • Avoid sunbeds, tanning, or self-tanning for 14 days following your appointment
  • Keep your skin hydrated with a gentle moisturizer. 
  • After the treatment, it is important to wear sun protection to protect your skin from sun damage and maintain the best results.

What Can You Expect after BioRepeel

  • Smaller looking pores
  • Tighter skin
  • Brighter complexion and lighter pigmentation
  • Even-toned and rejuvenated skin

My BioRepeel Experience

​I have pretty healthy skin already. I have larger pores on my nose and am prone to breakouts around my period, and some red and dark spots but overall my skin is happy and clear. I wanted to try this peel series to see if it would help my breakouts, large pores, and pigmentation. 

The peel was a little spicy but definitely not the worst I’ve ever experienced. After a few days I did start to slightly shed, especially around my nose and mouth but it was so subtle no one would notice. After shedding for two days my skin looked glowy and hydrated. It took about 7-10 days to see full results. 

After my 3 treatments, I noticed my dark spots lightened, my skin was more clear, and I looked more glowy. 

​This is a great peel! I really like how there is minimal downtime. I wouldn’t plan on going to an event on day 3-5 just because your skin does look a little flaky but even if you have to there is minimal peeling and most people would just think you have dry skin. 

I will say, I didn’t notice a significant improvement but I did see small changes. Overall I think this peel is very expensive and while you should expect to see some improvement in a variety of skin issues, if you’re looking for a huge improvement this may not be the best peel for you. You may want to opt for a big peel like the VI or ZO Peels, deal with the downtime and experience more dramatic results. 

Biorepeel Peel

Who shouldn’t get BioRepeel

  • Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding
  • Anyone who is currently on or has taken Accutane/ Isotretinoin within the last 6 months

What should you avoid after your BioRepeel peel?

  • Facial injections, threads, and Botox or Dysport within 2 weeks
  • Prolonged sun exposure for 2 weeks

Potential Side Effects of Biorepeel

Biorepeel is generally considered safe, however, some individuals may experience side effects like redness, mild irritation, or itching. These side effects usually resolve on their own.

I hope this helped you decide if BioRepeel peel is the right treatment for you!

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