Face Peel

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Face Peels – Work Wonders On Complexion Issues

There are many perceptions about face peels out there. Whether you fall in the right stories or wrong, this article will give you the best news concerning it. Face peels do clear so many frustrating issues regarding complexion, like uneven skin tone and acne, as long as they are done right.

The most popular types of face peels include:

• Deep Peels

These peels use strong chemicals in forms of acids like Trichloroacetic Acid (TCA) and carbonic acid in a very painful process where the acids penetrate so deep in the skin causing a second-degree face burn. Though it does an outstanding job at the end of recovery, it has some side effects as a result of the deep penetrating chemicals. They include burns and redness remains visible, literal flaking away or peeling of the skin from the face and long periods of recovery that may go for months.

• Medium Peels

This is a milder deep peel. TCA’s are also used here resulting in redness on the face and a recovery period of between 5-7 days.

• Light peels

This is a gentle version of face peel that does not involve downtime nor cause redness or a recovery period. Light peels will still leave the skin sensitive to sunlight, so it is advisable that you wear sunscreen, face protecting clothes and stay clear of the sun for long hours.

The Procedure

The reason for conducting face peels is to expedite cell turnover and exfoliate the skin by removing its top layers. Face peels use acids to loosen the bonds between dead skin cells and to remove them by dissolving the dead skin away.

The formation of new cells come with it a new skin layer that is smooth and fresh. The kind of face peel you use will determine the face change that you will experience. It can improve the texture of your skin, minimise fine lines, make your skin even or even clear acne when the pores are unclogged.

With your skin primed, it may become more radiant, more youthful and brighter. Peels are better than scrubs because they sink deep into the skin aiming for a change rooted from deeper layers of the skin cells. The secret for best results is choosing the face peel that suits your skin problem.

When To Peel?

Regimens for a face peel differ from one skin to another. However, the recommended peel schedule is two to four weeks apart for simultaneous peels, for a noticeable skin quality change. Home treatments can be done weekly or daily by patients themselves using peel pads provided by their physicians. The peel pads are moisturised with low concentration acids that are ideal for an unsupervised treatment.

Care After A Face Peel

Retinols should never be used because they can irritate the peeled skin. The best sunscreen to use is the one with SPF 30 and below with titanium dioxide and zinc oxide. Use products that contain hyaluronic acid for added moisture if redness, irritation and dryness exceed more than a few minutes after the peel. Green tea will soothe your skin.

Anti-Ageing Face Peel

This peel is a creative resurfacing treatment that has no downtime or irritation. The skin is resurfaced using Lactobionic Acid resulting in imperfections and fine lines minimising. The powerful antioxidant, Ferulic Acid keeps the skin safe from environmental damage, prevents premature ageing and helps in pigmentation control.

The right face peel can end so many skin flaws and soften their flaws. A flare up from a flaw that left you with the scars can be very disheartening.

Indica Medi Spa objective is to assist you get the best skin possible whilst providing real visible results. Your therapist will recommend a treatment designed to best suit your skin’s needs, using only the best cosmeceutical products.

Call us now 08 8352 5454 to help you with your anti ageing facial peel need!