4 Important Things to Know Before Your Next Chemical Peel
Now when it comes to skincare, there are a number of different options out there for you to consider. From treatments like microneedling, platelet rich plasma therapy, and exfoliation treatments, there are a number of different options out there for you to eliminate unwanted blemishes and things, however, many of these are highly involved, and not something you want to do on an everyday or weekly basis – mostly because of the costs associated. When it comes to chemical peels and facials Delray Beach experts at Alluring Image can help you to alleviate a number of unwanted skincare concerns, and return your skin to its clearest and most blemish free form in no time at all. However, its important to know what types of these treatments are right for you. When it comes to chemical peels and facials Delray Beach experts at Alluring Image can often tailor these types of treatments directly to match your specific skincare needs, however, its important to know what type of skin you have and to know what exactly goes into a treatment such as a chemical peel, as they often will contain highly corrosive materials and items that can cause significant issues on your skin, especially when they are done wrong. Within this article, we will be exploring a few important things to know before your next chemical peel.
· Treat and Caring for Your Skin is Vital. Have Good Skin Before Your Next Chemical Peel!
Sure you can get a peel without healthy skin, but if you really want great results, healthy is definitely better. For instance, when it comes to chemical peels and facials Delray Beach experts at Alluring Image might recommend something like Threadworm’s Skin Renewal System will have your skin in tip-top shape and ready for any facial procedure. And in the event that you have certain disastrous issues on your skin it may react adversely and not be as effective as you want it to be on clearing up your skin. Of course, a chemical peel is there to treat issues, but you should look into specific treatment measures first and have your skin somewhat there, before deciding upon chemical peels right away.
· Chemical Peels Work Via Chemical Exfoliation
Exfoliation is one of the most vital aspects of proper skincare. It seems kind of scary to have your skin flaking off, but this is the only way to get down to the newer, healthier skin. If you would like to speed up the peeling process so you don’t have as much downtime, you can use different types of peels and skincare gels or facials to relax and treat your skin once you have properly exfoliated it. Not only does it speed the process, but it also adds much-needed micronutrients to the skin.
· Using a Skincare Brightener Can Help You to Reduce Post-Procedure Hyperpigmentation Issues and More!
One of the most important things that you can treat via a chemical peel is dark spots and unwanted skin discolorations. However, the chemical peels work best when used in conjunction with some type of a skin brightener or cream cleanser with brightening help – this type of a skincare treatment or cream, helps suppress melanin production after a peel to ensure dark spots don’t pop up afterward. This is particularly effective for those with darker skin.
· Ask Your Professional to Perform a Skincare Analysis and to Identify Which Chemical Peel is Right for You!
As we mentioned prior, knowing your skin type and knowing the issues that you need to treat is vital to the skincare treatment process, especially when it comes to using a chemical peel as a treatment method. You may not want to visibly see the exfoliation process (zero downtime) so a 70% lactic acid peel may be better for you! Peeling doesn’t bother you? A Jessner’s Peel or TCA may be what you are looking for. Make sure you let your skin care professional what makes you most comfortable
For more information on chemical peels, and other treatment methods be sure to contact Alluring Image Medical Spa today.