The chemical peeling season is beginning
Autumn and winter are ideal times to indulge your complexion with radical regeneration without risking the harmful effects of ultraviolet rays.
What does chemical peeling do to help your skin?
· rejuvenates the skin and has an anti-ageing effect
· regenerates, hydrates and improves the overall look of the skin
· brightens the complexion
· increases the elasticity of the skin
· smoothes wrinkles
· unifies uneven pigmentation and hyperpigmentation
· removes unevenness and softens roughened skin
· gradually eliminates minor acne scars
· improves the condition of acne-prone skin
· reduces the size of the pores
· removes blackheads
· has a positive effect on oily skin
How does chemical peeling work?
Chemical peeling is undertaken with a mixture of active substances (fruit acids) that removes old and dead cells from the outermost layers of the skin and activates a regeneration process in the skin. The skin is prepared for the procedure over a fortnight, when the client applies a cream with a lower fruit acid content. During the procedure, the Aesthetician applies an exfoliating serum to the skin and after several minutes, neutralizes and removes it. The skin gradually peels and regenerates after the application. The result is, therefore, seen after several days. About 4-6 treatments are performed at intervals of 2-3 weeks depending on the skin type and desired effect. Mature or acne-prone skin will need longer and more frequent applications. After chemical peeling you need to protect your skin from sunlight with a high-factor protective sun cream for at least 4-6 weeks. Chemical peeling is not recommended for clients who suffer frequent attacks of cold sores on the lips. The overall annual number of peeling treatments depends on the desired result. To achieve optimum results, five treatments 2-4 times a year are recommended.