Many women constantly look uphealth and beauty tips in the desire to fight wrinkles and to keep a smooth, radiant and youthful skin.
If you want your skin to look radiant, you need to follow a specific care routine.
However, despite your every day efforts, you need to understand the natural aging process that makes the skin loses its elasticity and creates wrinkles.
There are other factors that add up to this natural process that deteriorate the general appearance of skin on face, neck, and hands. Sunlight exposure, diet, muscle movement, aging, and other pigmentation irregularities or acne blemishes make the skin loses its smooth and youthful appearance.
To fight this situation, some of the most effective treatments are facial peelings. These treatments improve the appearance of the skin by applying a chemical solution that accelerates dermal regeneration and peels the damaged skin.
It is one of the most popular non-invasive medical procedures because of its great effectiveness in rejuvenating the skin.
This outpatient procedure requires a specialized physician who deeply cleans your skin and later applies chemical solutions like salicylic acid or lactic acid in small amounts on the skin, which creates controlled wounds that allow the new skin to take its place.
What does it improve?
Chemical peelings can improve the appearance of skin that has:
Small wrinkles and expression lines that need to be reduced
Acne scars or other blemishes
Lost elasticity and radiance
What happens after the peeling?
After the procedure, redness and a stinging sensation like sunburn are normal. The new layer of skin appears three to seven days after treatment.
Also, the skin will be more sensitive to the sun, so you will need to apply sunscreen with a 30 FPS or higher.
Who is the best candidate for a chemical peeling?
The ideal candidates are men and women that have started to notice wrinkles and expression lines that aren’t deep or have blemishes or scars on the skin of face, neck, and hands, and that have realistic expectations of the results.
Visit a specialized doctor to receive an evaluation of how you can rejuvenate your skin and look radiant.