Skin peels are popular, quick, and effective solutions for those looking for fresher, brighter, and more radiant skin. By capturing the natural power of acids and other active ingredients, they provide deep and profound exfoliation in order to bring out your natural glow. These treatments, as with all the most effective skin care procedures, prompt the production of natural collagen, which provides the bounce and plumpness of youthful-looking skin.
Many skin peels involve the use of non-toxic solutions being applied to the skin, which remove the top layer of dead skin cells and prompt the growth of brand new ones. The result? Soft, smooth, and unmissable beautiful skin.
What results should I expect from a Skin Peel?
- Your skin peel will bring about a number of impressive an long-lasting results, including the following:
- Promoting a natural, rejuvenated glow
- Removal of dead skin cells from the upper layer
- Even skin tone and texture
- Smooth, softened skin
- Reduced inflammation
- Reduction of acne breakouts
- Profound hydration
- Stimulated collagen production
- Reversed effects of sun damage
… and many, many more. In order to obtain optimal results, We might recomend a course of skin peels specially selected for your unique skin type, and the kinds of skin complaints you wish to rectify.
How do Resurfacers and Skin Peels actually work?
Designed to exfoliate the skin and to prompt natural healing procedures that produce new, healthy, and radiant skin cells, peels and resurfacing treatments are more popular today than ever before. By stimulating the production of collagen, they help to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, leaving the face with an unmissable youthful glow.
Skin peels utilise natural acids and enzymes, which work to slough away the top layers of skin, thus revealing the fresh and youthful skin beneath. The potent blend of ingredients in a skin peel reduces the appearance of open pores, and noticeably minimises fine lines and wrinkles. They are also highly effective as treatments for acne and hyper-pigmentation. Resurfacers, sometimes referred to as ‘superficial exfoliating treatments’ are the milder of the two categories, yet will still bring about impressive results.