The skin is usually degreased with alcohol followed by a mild acetone scrub. After cleaning, Jessner's solution is applied to the face with a sable brush, cotton tipped applicators, cotton balls, or 2 x 2 gauze sponges. The author prefers the use of cotton tipped applicators. Typically, the cheeks are treated first, working from medial to lateral areas followed by application to the chin and forehead area. For superficial peeling, two coats are usually applied. Additional coats increase the depth of peeling.
Neutralization or dilution with Jessner's solution is not indicated. After application of product, some visible precipitate may appear on the skin surface. This should be distinguished from true frosting which correlates with the depth of peeling. Extent of erythema and desquamation following a Jessner's peel correlates with extent of and type of pre-peel prepping, number of coats of product applied, and level or degree of frosting during the procedure .
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