What are peels?

As you age, your skin exfoliation becomes slower, resulting to dull, grey, and lifeless skin with a tired and stained appearance.

Peels are used to keep the skin looking healthy by removing the top damaged layers of the skin, reducing skin’s impurities, and restoring its vibrancy. Peels are often used to treat sagginess, smoothen and soften the skin, increase hydration, treat sun damage, balance uneven skin tones, and improve oily and acne prone skin.

A Chemical Peel procedure is performed by the use of a chemical solution such as Alpha-Hydroxy acid or Trichloroacetic acid to resurface the skin, improve its texture, and treat the skin problems.

What are the benefits of peels?

Peels have a lot of benefits in the skin if used by an expert. Some of these benefits are:

  • reducing fine lines, wrinkles
  • treating discoloration and blemishes
  • minimizing redness
  • decreasing scars and acne scars 
  • improving skin texture
  • lessening sun damage
  • smoothening the skin
  • increasing collagen
  • enhancing firm appearance
  • reducing hyperpigmentation

How many types of peels are there?

There are three types of peel: superficial, medium, and deep. Every type has a specific purpose with different levels of strengths.

1. Superficial Peel
The light peels are called superficial because they are gentle on the skin. They can only remove the top layer of dead skin and results to instantly brighter skin with a smoother texture. It is used to reduce fine lines, wrinkles, sun damage, scars, and age spots. A superficial peel can be combined with facials, photo facials, or different types of laser and micro needling.

2. Medium Peel
Medium peels have more significant results than superficial peels. They penetrate deeper in the skin layers and can be used to treat acne, pigmentation, and wrinkles. These peels are used to stimulate collagen production to firm and tighten the skin.

3. Deep Peel
Deep peels are the strongest type of peels. These can achieve powerful results for different kinds of skin damage such as scars and deep wrinkles.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Peels take approximately 20 to 25 minutes. After cleansing the face, the peel will be applied homogeneously on the area with different layers according to the skin condition and weather.

After the recommended period of time, the peel either will be washed off with lukewarm water or a peel deactivator.

The recovery from a chemical peel varies from person to person and the type of peel used. The results will be more visible with repeated treatments.

Anyone who would like to reduce fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars, dark spots, and hyperpigmentation.

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