Top Facial Peels
Ever notice yourself constantly struggling, trying to find ways to maintain that youthful and radiant complexion? Not to worry, ladies, because all of that ends here. Facial peels help remove the top layer of damaged skin to reveal the youthful looking glow that’s hiding underneath. With these top effective skin peels to consider, you will start to observe a brighter and more nourishing you. Find out which peel is best for your skin and kiss those fine lines and wrinkles goodbye!
Alpha Hydroxy Acid Peels: This light peel is one of the safest and easiest to use. It is so gentle that it’s sometimes used as a part of a daily skin care routine. Alpha Hydroxy Acid Peels will prevent fine wrinkles. It also reduces uneven skin tones, treats dryness, smooths rough skin and improve all areas of your skin, especially sun damage. Though this peel is safe under all circumstances, it may cause a little redness or irritation, so it’s highly recommended for the peel to be tested on a small area of skin first. Also, don’t expect to see dramatic changes happen right away as this product takes many treatments to achieve the results that you want.
Beta Hydroxy Acid Peels: This peel contains an acid, known as Salicylic acid. This is a substance that is frequently used in several acne products, as it effectively treats acne-prone skin and provides a deep chemical peel with long lasting results. Because this peel is considered a mild treatment, the recovery time is very short. However, this peel has a catch to it; it will take a couple more treatment sessions, in order to achieve the desired results that you want. To attain soft and smoother skin, this procedure must be repeated periodically.
Trichloroacetic Acid Peels: This peel is quite different as it penetrates deep beneath the layers of skin. Sounds a tad painful, but it is safe if used in the proper and correct way. It is mostly used on darker skin tones/complexions to smooth wrinkles, correct any pigmentation problems and prevent blemishes from appearing. This type of peel can take days to heal, which means times off work would probably be the best idea. You must also try to stay out of the sun for a period of time after the procedure. I guess that’s why they say pain is beauty, right?
Jessner’s Peel: It is stronger than both the Alpha and Beta Hydroxy Acid Peel, but a light chemical peel, nonetheless. This peel uses lactic acid, salicylic acid and resorcinol, which are sometimes used as a disinfectant or acne medication. For skin that is damaged to respond to Alpha Hydroxy Acid, this is a type of peel to consider applying and often applied without the use of an aesthetic. The good thing is that your are not required a deep treatment, as recovery only takes about a week.
Before applying any of these to your skin, we would always recommend reading the instruction, warning and consulting with a doctor to keep your skin safe.
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