Caring for Your Skin After a Chemical Peel

Chemical peels are powerful skincare treatments that can be used to correct common complexion concerns, including signs of again, dryness, acne and sun damage. More and more people are opting to undergo professional chemical peels from estheticians, dermatologists, and other skincare professionals.

For the best possible results, it’s critical to treat your skin with extra time and care following a chemical peel. Here, we’ll go over a handful of tips to keep in mind post-peel so that you can enjoy bright, healthy skin.

Skip Exfoliants

Exfoliants are an essential component of any effective skincare routine, but you should steer clear of them for approximately three to seven days following your chemical peel. This includes facial scrubs, retinoids, and acids (salicylic acid and glycolic acid are the most common). The chemical treatment will cause the top layer of skin to peel away, so additional exfoliation may cause burning, redness and irritation.

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3 Reasons for a Spring Facial

Have you been trying to think of a way to pamper yourself now that the harsh winter months are finally behind us? There are some excellent reasons to have a spring facial to prepare you for the summer months.

Prepare Your Skin for Summer

In the summertime you are much more likely to be outdoors. Sun and wind exposure can do some damage to your skin and leave your face looking worn and tired. Getting a facial before the summer is in full swing can be very beneficial in preventing this from happening. The facial will cleanse and exfoliate your skin so that it is at its healthiest. The facial may also involve the application of serums and skin nutrients that help protect your skin from the sun and other damage.

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