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January 13th 2013

Chemical Peels:

A  Peel involves the application of acid solution to remove the dead skin cells of the face, neck, décolleté and hands. A Peels removes several layers of sun damaged and aged cells to reveal fresh skin with a more even skin tone. Depending on the depth, freckles, age spots and melasma may be lightened and the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles may be reduced. Acne skins greatly benefit from peels as the acid softens and dissolves black heads making extractions easier.

Chemical Peels are rapid exfoliators than dissolves the top layers of the skin, there are many levels and potencies among peels. It is best to have a professional like your Dermatologist or Esthetician help guide you to see if you’re a candidate for it. A sun block is mandatory when you are getting peels even if the sun does not shine.  

Remember “Don’t correct if you don’t protect.”

There are several peels available, just to list a few:

Glycolic peels, lactic peel, Malic peel, Citrus peels Salicylic.

Jessner's peel Combination of salicylic, lactic and resorcinol acid.

Retinoic Acid: Deeper and generally done in your Drs Office or Med Spa.

Trichloroacetic acid peels (TCA) Most potent and Administered in a Drs Office.

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