3 Types of Chemical Peels You Need to Know About

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3 Types of Chemical Peels You Need to Know About

chemical peels

Chemical peels are used to treat wrinkles, skin discolouration, and acne scars. But what are they really?

“A chemical peel is a skin-resurfacing procedure in which a chemical exfoliant is carefully applied to the skin. The regenerated skin is usually smoother and younger looking. Chemical peels are used to treat wrinkles, skin discolouration, and acne scars.”

Let’s look 3 types of chemical peels that you need to know about:

Pigment Balancing Peel

The pigment balancing peel is a unique chemical peel treatment, which dramatically improves the uneven appearance of photodamaged skin, whilst helping to improve skin firmness and radiance.

This is a customised medical-only treatment, targeting uneven skin tone. It dramatically improves the uneven appearance of photodamaged and mottled skin after a series of 4-6 treatments.

Gel Peel GL

This is a mild, AHA peel, combining glycolic acid and lactic acid that gently exfoliates dead skin cells whilst increasing moisture levels with lactic acid. The Gel Peel GL is recommended for all skin types, including ethnic skin. It helps photodamaged skin, dry skin, ageing skin and rough skin.

Micropeel 20 and Micropeel 30

These are advanced AHA Peels which help to reduce signs of photoaging including fine lines, wrinkles, dullness and visible skin imperfections in a series of 4-6 procedures. The micropeel efficiently exfoliates dead skin cells whilst helping to refine skin texture and smooth fine lines and wrinkles. We recommended it for photodamaged skin.

If you’d like to know more about Chemical Peels and what’s right for your type of skin, contact Revive Hair & Skin directly by calling 07572634049  or emailing info@revivehairandskin.co.uk.

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