Glycolic Acid Peels

Superficial chemical peels

Peel Glycolic Peel Lactic Peel Salicylic Peel
Peel source Fruit acid from Sugarcane juice Alphahydroxy acid peel from sour milk Willow bark extract
Best used in Pigmentation Dull skin Acne, oily skin, clogged pores
Suitable for Normal skin Dry skin Oily skin
Our favourite indications  Instant pre party glow peel Hydrates skin Black head and white head removal

Are peels safe for my skin?

There are various kinds of peels. The most gentle peels which can transform the epidermis without causing any harm are known as superficial peels. The most common peels are Glycolic, Lactic and Salicylic peels. As these peels work on improving the skin over the outermost layer of skin. There are no long term side effects and are considered safe even for the most sensitive skin types.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Most dermatologists recommend using a soap-free cleanser after the peel to encourage good healing. Use of a thermal spa water spray, as well as hyaluronic acid-based moisturizers, also help hydrate the skin after a peel.

All chemical peels work by stimulation of exfoliation so that the uppermost layers are shed and new skin develops below. This process of shedding makes the skin feel dry and sensitive.

A peel is a treatment to bring about the regeneration of new skin. In order to have a good result from a peel, follow these steps to reveal great skin-

    • Use pH balanced soap-free cleanser for washing the face
    • Use a hyaluronic acid-based moisturizer often
    • Use a broad spectrum sunscreen regularly
    • Avoid using scrubs, and avoid picking at the scaling skin
    • If you observe redness, report it early to your dermatologist

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