Chemical peels are an effective way to improve skincare issues and should be incorporated into your skincare routine. They can help improve tone, texture, fine lines and wrinkles, breakouts and dark spots. People can be intimidated about getting their first peel so here is everything you need to know about chemical peels.
Sometimes after receiving chemical peels, people can experience peeling. This can be a normal part of the exfoliation process. When then skin peels or flakes, this is your skin shedding dead or damaged cells. It allows new and healthy skin cells to be revealed, creating glowing beautiful skin. This process helps remove signs of aging, sun damage, blemish marks, dirt and debris.
There are various types of peeling and this can depend upon your skin type, and a various of other factors. Some types of peeling that one may experience may include “sheeting” or “flaking” of the skin. Sheeting involves when large portions of the the skin peel off at once and flaking of the skin can resemble side effects of a sunburn.
Peeling does not always happen when you receive chemical peels. Some people worry that the chemical peel was ineffective, but do not stress, everyone skin is different and have their own forms of exfoliating. Basically, if you are not visually seeing the exfoliation process your skin is still exfoliating but on a cellular level. Usually, the more intense the chemical, the more extensive the peeling will be experience. This is something your aesthetician will decide after a detailed skin consultation.
At Instant Beauty Spa we believe that every client deserves to look and feel their best. That is why we only use the highest quality products, we are proud to be using PCA Skincare for our chemical peel services. Book online today and have great skin instantly!