Facial peels involve the application of substances such as chemicals to exfoliate damaged skin. Facial peels can improve the appearance of your facial skin. The peels slough off the top layer of skin, revealing newer, regenerated and more youthful skin. Going through a facial peel has some risks but also a few benefits. The results you get from a facial peel depends on the depth of the peel and the concentration of the chemicals applied.
Glycolic AHA Peel
– This treatment makes use of different concentrations of fruit acid applied to the skin to unroot pimples, blackheads and whiteheads; and exfoliates dead skin. It is great to treat wrinkles, oily skin, acne pigmentation, scars, brown spots, damages caused by smoking and environment.
– This treatment is known as “a regeneration and renewal with peeling effect” that is organic, herbal and gentle skin treatment which treats acne, sun damage, wrinkles, scars, enlarged pores, impure skin and prematurely aged skin.
– This treatment is a crystal-free microdermabrasion. During this procedure, a state-of-the-art diamond cut hand-piece with a sandpaper-like surface will be used to gently remove layers of dead cells, scars, pigmentation, acne, wrinkles, enlarged pores on your skin, leaving a smoother, cleaner, and brighter skin as well as restores skin elasticity.
– This treatment can be combined with facial treatments to cleanse deep blackheads and blemishes.