Skin Peels

Medical Spas are always a great place to go if you’re in need of giving the skin around the face a new lease of life. They are experts in rejuvenating skin and making sure that the treatments they provide do so much more than the facemask you can buy at the chemists will ever do. One of the most popular types of treatment in clinics all around the world is the skin peel. It might sound scary and slightly daunting, but have no fear; the humble peel can bring about wholly positive change in almost no time at all.

So what is a skin peel?

It’s a process where a gel layer is placed over the skin, forming a mask. The mask hardens ever so slightly over a period of time, and then you peel it off to reveal better feeling skin.

How does it work?

Think of the skin on your face as a sponge. It’s quite susceptible to change no matter where it is or what it comes in contact with. When it has a certain problem, maybe it has little blotches or some parts are a bit more sunken than others, it can be hard to right the balance of oestrogen hitting the skin to be just right. Skin peels help level the playing field and make sure that sponge is working the way it is supposed to.

What does it involve?

Peels can work in a number of ways depending on what you want one to do. If you have a few wrinkles on the face you want to hide a little bit, then you can get a skin peel for that. If you suffer from acne or red marks on your cheeks, a peel can drastically reduce their appearance and how much they stand out.

What makes it different?

Well every possible skin peel is different. It all comes down to what you’re looking for. It’s not a permanent solution to any skin problem, but it can provide results that last for a few months at least. The myth is that getting a peel essentially burns the skin, but it couldn’t be further from the truth. It’s more of a deeper and concentrated exfoliation of the skin (some people even get them to cure the symptoms of sun damaged skin).

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