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How do Skin Peels Work?

Published on January 10, 2018 by

Your skin naturally sheds millions of skin cells every day, but the shedding process can come to a screeching halt due to sun damage, genetics, or various skin disorders. The not too pretty results are unmistakable dull, dry, clogged, enlarge pores, blackheads, flaky skin, wrinkles, loss of firmness and uneven skin tone.
To get rid of all that build up we use AHA’S (alpha hydroxy acids, such as glycolic and lactic acids) and BHA’S (beta hydroxy acids, also known as salicylic) exfoliants come in to play.
Skin Peels use fruit acids such as Lactic, Mendelic, Glycolic and Salicylic acid which are from natural derivatives.
The fruit acids in the peel solution penetrate in to the deepest layer of the skin, the dermis. This then speeds up the cell turnover which refreshes and promotes healthier, plumper skin cells and the action
rejuvenates the skin. In addition, the acids will help to un-clog pores, reduce inflammation and regulate excessive oil production.

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