The chemical peel is the process of applying a chemical solution to the skin to smooth out its texture. It can be used to treat many skin issues like acne, fine lines, wrinkles and hyperpigmentation. A form of chemical exfoliation, a peel allows your skin to shed off a layer, making room for new, healthier skin.
Three types of chemical peels exist ― superficial, medium-depth and deep-depth. Superficial peels are good for treating fine lines and wrinkles, large pores and dark spots, and to help tighten the skin. Medium-depth peels can help treat skin that has a significant amount of photodamage, sunspots, mild to moderate acne scars, crepe paper skin under the eyes or dark circles.
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Superficial peels are good for treating fine lines and wrinkles, large pores and dark spots, and to help tighten the skin. Medium-depth peels can help treat skin that has a significant amount of photodamage, sunspots, mild to moderate acne scars, crepe paper skin under the eyes or dark circles.
In the spa, superficial peels also known as “lunchtime peels” are done. These are the mildest treatment and they require little downtime. You may experience some redness for 20 minutes to half an hour afterward. It is expected to experience some dryness or flaking over the next few days, but otherwise, you can get back to business as usual.

“Chemical peels run a range of different types of products that can be used, and there’s a big difference in how deeply the chemical that’s being applied affects the skin,”

Typically, a form of acids is used in superficial peels including glycolic, salicylic, kojic acid and malic acid. Superficial peels are good for treating fine lines and wrinkles, large pores and dark spots, and to help If you have a big event, doing a light chemical peel a few days before is spectacular.

The more frequently peels are administered to the skin, the stronger the agent required for each subsequent treatment. Because tolerance increases over time, patients can get stronger peels with decreased downtime.

Preparation of Skin: –

  • The therapist will clean the skin to remove any makeup, sunscreen and oil, all of which will act as a barrier and prevent the acid from penetrating, reducing the effectiveness of the treatment.
  • Ointment is applied to the skin around areas like the eyes, nose and mouth, to prevent the agent from pooling.

Lip ointment is applied to keep the mouth protected. Many sources of acid are used to derive desired effects and benefits.SENS offers a myriad.

SALICYLIC PEEL

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MANGO BRIGHT PEEL

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GLYCOLIC PEEL

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RETINOL PEEL

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BLACK PEEL

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LACTIC PEEL

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