OBAGI Blue Peel® Treatment

The Obagi Blue Peel® is a chemical peel treatment for superior skin resurfacing, best used for treating sun damage, wrinkles, acne scarring and for additional skin tightening. Internationally renowned dermatologist and chemical peel expert, Dr. Zein Obagi, created the Blue Peel treatment that bears his name using slow-acting TCA (trichloroacetic acid) to remove dead skin and stimulate the production of new cells. Obagi Blue Peel treatments can be used alone or in combination with other non-invasive treatments, such as dermabrasion or CO2 laser treatment.

Once the solution is applied, dead skin cells exfoliate and your skin’s own healing processes are stimulated to produce new, healthy cells as well as increased collagen. The Obagi Blue Peel is rated as a medium strength peel, stronger than normal facial peels but not as invasive as laser resurfacing. Patients report a slight peeling, as with a mild sunburn, and redness that fades within ten days. This is considerably less recovery time than for other chemical peels or resurfacing treatments.

Beverly Hills Sun Damage Treatment

Dr. Ben Talei and the staff of Beverly Hills Center for Plastic & Laser Surgery can use Obagi Blue Peel treatments over time to treat sun damage, acne scarring and wrinkles while tightening skin for a younger, smoother and more vibrant appearance. The Obagi Blue Peel treatments can also be used as part of a comprehensive skincare protocol designed by Dr. Talei to treat specific skincare issues.

Every patient at the Beverly Hills Center receives a carefully tailored treatment plan that addresses their specific needs with the most effective, advanced treatments possible. Dr. Talei and his staff will assess your skin condition and medical history before determining which treatment or combination of treatments will be most effective. Call or schedule a consultation online with the Beverly Hills Center for Plastic & Laser Surgery to discuss the Obagi Blue Peel and other cosmetic therapies.


24/36/48 month payment schedules