Growing up with acne, I experienced many in-office treatments, from facials to high frequency and lasers, but one of my favorite options to get was a chemical peel. Although I would be on the verge of crying at the moment of application, a chemical peel is the most satisfying treatment. Not only do you get to see the results quicker than other treatments, but also it's gratifying and fascinating to see your face peel and shed like a snake. A chemical peel gives your skin that deep exfoliation that results in a cleaner slate. Pores appear smaller; skin is so much smoother and brighter - it feels like a chemical peel does months of work in just a matter of days.
One of the many aestheticians I went to introduced me to the Obagi brand. Every other facial appointment, I would get the beloved Obagi Medical Blue Peel Radiance peel done in-office, and I loved my post-peel results. I even used products from the brand's ClenziDerm system and Nu-Derm system throughout my journey with acne and hyperpigmentation. When I saw that Obagi released an at-home version of the peel, I knew I had to try it out. Keep reading to see my experience with the Obagi Clinical Blue Brilliance Triple Acid Peel and my results.