Last week we answered your top questions about chemical peels. This week we want to share reasons how you can benefit from receiving a light or superficial chemical peel from an esthetician. While this type of chemical peel should only be performed by a skin care professional, it doesn’t necessarily require a trip to a plastic surgeon. Deep peels that only medical professionals can perform are reserved for serious skin issues, and are not needed by most skin types. All of us, can, however, benefit from superficial peels that estheticians offer.
Chemical peels are one of the most talked about skin care procedures, and for good reason – depending on their level of exfoliation, they can provide dramatic results, from a visible reduction in superficial lines and wrinkles, minimizing the appearance of sallow skin, and brightening a dull complexion, to being beneficial if you’ve suffered from acne. Before you enter the world of chemical peels, you need to get the full picture. A little research goes a long way - read and get your top chemical peel questions answered.
Chemical peel treatments can be a great way to keep your skin looking fresh, young and beautiful. However, there are still some myths behind these facial treatments, about how they work and effect your skin. Here are 5 chemical peel myths, and the truth behind them.
We get a lot of questions about chemical peels, everything from “what are they” (a way to remove dead skin cells) to “are they safe to use at home?” (we discuss below). Here we’ve compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions about chemical peels, with answers from our top educators.
Exfoliating your skin with at-home serums and scrubs are great for maintenance between facial visits – but if you want to see WOW results, right here, right now – what you need is a chemical peel.