Let’s begin this blog with what a peel actually is and why many people get confused with peels.A peel is the application of ingredients onto the skins surface.
A peel can be hydrating and help dehydrated skin (The ZO Stimulator Peel) or a peel can be used to correct fine lines, pigment concerns, acne scars, tighten pore or minimize pore appearance and a peel can go deep as a laser treatment.
Peels can vary by ingredients, the strength of the ingredients and combining different ingredients can change the effectiveness of the peel.I always start with “what do you want to see different with your skin?” Knowing why you want the peel and what areas you are looking for correction can help determine which ingredients will help. Then I ask patients “what downtime do you have?”… that answer then can dictate how aggressive we can go with a peel.Depending on areas of wanted correction and amount of social downtime can streamline the process of which peel is best for each individual.
I have done so many different peels over the years and I love peels. The important factor that many people don’t realize is knowing the ingredients in the peel being used. Many patients are getting lighter peels with expectations of deeper peel results.
I love the Perfect DermaPeel for the winning combination of ingredients that deliver results with minimal social downtime. The combination of ingredients TCA, Retinoic Acid, Salicylic Acid, Kojic Acid, Phenol, Glutathione and Vitamin C are what can really propel skin results. The Perfect DermaPeel is the only medical grade peel that contains the powerful antioxidant glutathione.A day spa may do a light peel with a single ingredient or a light peel but this will only temporarily make your skin glow or exfoliate.
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