Know Your Chemical Acid Peels
A chemical peel is a great non-invasive way to
improve the appearance of your complexion.
They can rejuvenate and
improve ...
Chemical peels can be
broken down into
three primary types:
Light or superficial peels
Medium Peels
Deep Peels
Light or Superficial Peels
AHA's are naturally occurring ingredients in sugarcane,
milk and fruits. The different types of...
BHAs
Salicylic acid is the only acid associated
with BHA. This peel works well with oily
skin and because of its anti-
inf...
Medium Peels
Trichloroacetic acid (TCA), Jessner's peel and Obaji Blue peel
TCA peels penetrate much deeper into the skin
...
Phenol acid, which is the strongest of all the peels
should only be performed by a medical doctor.
Since this peel literal...
I've got a great peel guide, checklists
and comparison chart I think you'll
find useful.
I’d love to send them to you abso...
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A Quick Overview of Chemical Acid Peels

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Chemical acid peels are really a great non-invasive technique to improve the overall appearance of your facial skin tone. Here's a brief introduction to the three main types. Visit: http://www.perfectpeels.com/

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A Quick Overview of Chemical Acid Peels

  1. 1. Know Your Chemical Acid Peels
  2. 2. A chemical peel is a great non-invasive way to improve the appearance of your complexion. They can rejuvenate and improve the overall texture of your skin and can help with many different types of skin conditions and imperfections. Peels come in different formulas and strengths, so the one you choose will depend on what skin problem you are trying to treat.
  3. 3. Chemical peels can be broken down into three primary types: Light or superficial peels Medium Peels Deep Peels
  4. 4. Light or Superficial Peels AHA's are naturally occurring ingredients in sugarcane, milk and fruits. The different types of AHAs are: glycolic acid lactic acid citric acid Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHAs) or Beta Hydroxy Acids (BHAs) malic acid peel tartaric acid These acids are known as exfoliating agents as they only penetrate the epidermis or the outermost layer of the skin. AHA's can be done every 3-4 weeks and applied in multiple sessions to achieve the desired results.
  5. 5. BHAs Salicylic acid is the only acid associated with BHA. This peel works well with oily skin and because of its anti- inflammatory properties it can help persons suffering with rosacea. Just like AHA's, BHA's can be done every 3-4 weeks and applied in multiple sessions to achieve the desired results. Light or Superficial Peels Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHAs) or Beta Hydroxy Acids (BHAs)
  6. 6. Medium Peels Trichloroacetic acid (TCA), Jessner's peel and Obaji Blue peel TCA peels penetrate much deeper into the skin (the dermis), unlike AHA and BHA which only affects the outermost layer of the skin. Medium depth peels helps with sun damage, wrinkles and uneven skin tone. These peels can be done once or twice a year.
  7. 7. Phenol acid, which is the strongest of all the peels should only be performed by a medical doctor. Since this peel literally burns off the old skin to reveal new skin, the downtime is significant, lasting for weeks or even longer. Usually done only once because it is so powerful. Deep Peels
  8. 8. I've got a great peel guide, checklists and comparison chart I think you'll find useful. I’d love to send them to you absolutely free. Just click on the link below for instant access. http://www.perfectpeels.com/freegift/
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