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Article: Chemical peels

Chemical peels

Chemical peels

Chemical peels are an excellent solution to various skin concerns - from fine lines and wrinkles to acne and hyperpigmentation. Getting a chemical peel can quickly help you achieve smooth, radiant, brighter and younger-looking skin. 

It's important to note that not all chemical peels are the same. Before you incorporate a chemical peel into your skincare regimen you need to identify your main skin concerns.

Chemical Peels Help Repair Sun Damage

Our skin is exposed to harmful UV rays daily. While you may not notice a difference in your skin each time you step out of the house, over time, damage caused by UV rays builds up and manifests as signs of premature aging. Thankfully, chemical peels can help visibly reduce this damage. When applied to your face, hands, neck, and chest, a chemical peel strips away old, damaged cells, revealing more youthful-looking skin. Visibly reduce fine lines and wrinkles, helping to plump and tighten skin.

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Chemical Peels Work to Clear Pigmentation Issues

If you're struggling with issues of hyperpigmentation, you're not alone. Some of the common skin issues I see and treat at Euphoria include melasma, hyperpigmentation, and discoloration caused by age spots and acne. By sloughing away the top layer of dead skin cells, chemical peels remove some of the discoloured pigment along with it.

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Chemical Peels Can Help Improve Acne

Are you struggling with acne? Opt for a facial peel that contains salicylic acid. Chemical peels formulated with salicylic acid will significantly reduce acne and prevent future blemishes from forming. Not only will a skin peel reduce the appearance of scars, chemical peels can help unclog pores and remove the bacteria that cause acne in the first place.

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Chemical Peels Help Reduce Fine Lines & Wrinkles

By removing your skin's damaged outer layer, chemical peels reveal a healthy new layer of skin. Though not all wrinkles diminish during a chemical peel treatment, it can reduce their appearance. Depending on your skin's health and the volume of your wrinkles, you'll want to consult a seasoned skin care therapist to determine if a moderate or deep chemical peel is the best solution for your specific skincare goals.

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Chemical Peels Increase the Effectiveness of other Skincare Products

Chemical peels remove the surface layer of dead skin cells from your face which allows skincare products to penetrate the skin more effectively and be absorbed more efficiently. With the dead skin gone, each product in your skin care regimen penetrates better. Not only will you notice a boost in your skin's health, but you'll also be able to stretch your budget a bit more.

Who is an Ideal Candidate for A Chemical Peel?

When determining if a chemical peel is right for you, identify your skin concerns. If your skin shows signs of pigmentation, scarring, fine lines, or wrinkles, you'd likely benefit from a chemical peel. While there are various types of chemical peels, if you're hoping to enhance your skin's overall appearance without undergoing an invasive treatment, then a light or medium chemical peel is best.

How to Achieve Clinic-Level Results at Home

Eager to achieve clinic-grade results at home? Skincare treatments like The Active peel system work to boost skin tone and texture while simultaneously improving the appearance of hyperpigmentation, acne scars, and age spots. A clinically proven and expertly formulated blend of gold star ingredients lactic acid, salicylic acid and mixed fruit acids work together to fight the effects of aging, environmental stressors, and sun damage to deliver clinical peel results without downtime at home. 


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