Oxy Recovery Activator

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The Oxy Recovery Activator works to activate the rapid delivery of nutrients and provides a refreshing and soothing bubbling experience that is unlike other spa treatments.

Use with the Champagne Peel Solution and the O2 Mist Pro device for a luxurious treatment that breaks down tired and damaged skin.

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Made with essential hydrating agents and vitamins with ideal molecule sizes for absorption into the skin, the complete Champagne Peel softens and restores the skin to be baby soft without irritation to improve skin texture and reveal smoother, brighter, and more supple skin.


An amino acid derivative of lysine that works to fade discoloration, reduce dark spots, and even overall skin tone by interrupting the pathways in the skin that lead to discoloration.


An alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) that exfoliates dead skin cells and is an ideal peeling agent for those with sensitive skin, acne, and pigmentation as it penetrates the skin more slowly. 


An alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) that exfoliates, helps renew the skin’s surface, improves hyperpigmentation, and can visibly reduce signs of aging such as uneven skin tone, sun damage, rough and flaky skin, fine lines, and wrinkles.


Various natural extracts provide a variety of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that protect the skin from free radicals and help to hydrate, brighten, tone, and exfoliate the skin.


An essential amino acid that increases antimicrobial peptide production to provide antioxidant benefits that prevent skin damage, promotes hydration, and improves skin elasticity.

Reveal brighter skin with less pigmentation 

Exfoliation helps reveal healthier, more vibrant skin cells underneath

Promote even skin tone and complexion

Boost the skin's cell turnover cycle to produce essential skin-building proteins

Reduce appearance of fine lines and wrinkles

Minimize appearance of aging signs with promotion of hyaluronic acid production

Boost skin elasticity and firmness

Increased collagen synthesis strengthens the skin's connective tissues

"In several clinical studies with Tranexamic Acid, participants saw a significant decrease in the modified Melasma Area and Severity Index (mMASI) score from the baseline."1,2,3



Our O2 Mist Pro device is designed to provide professional estheticians with a tool that precisely distributes the active ingredients in the Champagne Peel Treatment evenly and consistently with the help of oxygen, leading to better absorption and results for clients.

It helps prevent contamination and bacteria spread by eliminating the need for fingers and brushes to be used directly with products.

With adjustable airflow settings on the device, the treatment can be catered to individual skin types and concerns, giving clients a customized skincare experience.



Tranexamic Acid is a popular skincare synthetic acid based on lysine, a naturally occurring amino acid that is involved in collagen production. It works to disrupt the pathways between different skin cells related to discolorations to inhibit melanin production.

It has been shown to be useful in reducing the appearance of hyperpigmentation and melasma, resulting in a more even and radiant complexion. It can also help reduce inflammation and skin discolorations related to acne.4

It works as a safer alternative to harsh bleaching agents like hydroquinone and works well when paired with other active ingredients that address discoloration.



Mandelic Acid is an alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA) derived from bitter almonds that makes it a great exfoliating agent for all skin complexions, including sensitivity concerns.

Due to its larger particle size, it absorbs into the skin more slowly, which can result in less irritation on the skin's surface. It is effective in addressing hyperpigmentation, uneven skin tone, and sun-damaged skin.

Through exfoliation, Mandelic Acid has antibacterial benefits that can help manage acne, helps skin appear firmer and more elastic, and reduces appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.

How does it work?

Explained by our cosmetic chemist, Dr. Ann Lee

The Champagne Peel treatment provides a luxurious exfoliation for even the most sensitive skin. A gentle combination of skin-building amino acids and alpha hydroxy acids (AHA) work together to increase the production of dermal matrix compounds like hyaluronic acid, increase collagen synthesis, and promote the skin cell turnover cycle for stronger re-growth.

The trio of Tranexamic Acid, Mandelic Acid, and Glycolic Acid provides a light and effective exfoliation to break down the dead skin layer while gently promoting the fading of discoloration and smoothening out the skin texture. It's safe for all skin types, especially damaged and sensitive skin. 

The Oxy Recovery Activator works to activate the rapid delivery of nutrients and provides a refreshing and soothing bubbling experience that is unlike other spa treatments.

The O2 Mist Pro device infuses perflouradecalin and helps carry and deliver oxygen to the skin to neutralize and provide moisture to the skin, triggering the infusion of the acids and other active ingredients of the treatment into the deeper layers of the skin.

This treatment is great for those looking to safely improve the appearance of sun-damaged skin, reveal brighter skin, reduce appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and improve skin texture without harsh irritants or abrasive mechanical suction.


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2Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology. Jan 2023, 16(1):35–40

3Clinical and Experimental Dermatology. July 2016, 41(5): 480–485

4Dermatologic Surgery. March 2016, 42(3), Pages 384-391

Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology. August 2019, 12(8):E73-E74

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