Why Winter the Peel season? What are skin peel is good to do in Winter?
Is your skin feeling dry and dull? Are age spots, freckles, or patches of rough skin all you see when you look in the mirror?
Winter is the time of hibernation and shorter days. The air is colder and drier, and our skin is crying out for extra attention, your skin is not going to be the same as it was a month or two ago, your skin becomes drier as winter goes on, this is the main reason to exfoliate the skin that to remove patches of dry skin to reveal softer, smoother-looking skin.
While we know that adding a heavy-duty moisturizer can help rejuvenate our skin, there are additional beauty treatments we can have. Chemical peels is one of the beauty treatments can help get rid of old and dead skin cells. This speeds up the renewal process and improves your skin's appearance. In addition, it also makes your skin more receptive to moisturising products.
Here’s what you need to know about chemical peels and how they can refresh your winter skin.
What is a skin (chemical) peel?
A skin (chemical) peel is a beauty treatment that uses scientifically researched acids to gently strip away the dead skin cells. Like a physical exfoliant, a chemical peel works to remove the top and dull layer of skin. This leaves behind new skin cells and accelerates the skin cycle. As a result, your skin appears younger and healthier. A chemical peel works by applying the chemical solution to the skin. The skin then gently 'blisters' and then proceeds to peel off. Younger, smoother, and less wrinkled skin appears beneath. Chemical peels are popular on the face, neck, or hands.
How to choose a skin (chemical) peel?
The term chemical and peel seem quite daunting. You want to make sure to choose a treatment that is not too harsh on your skin and provides gentle exfoliation. Some people with sensitive skin may experience some redness and soreness with products. That is why it is a good idea to check with your dermatologist. They will be able to advise you on what products to use, as well as how to properly patch test. For professionally delivered chemical peels, you can also book an appointment with Wonderlab Now.
What is Fruit Peel?
This natural fruit acid gently and safely sloughs off dead skin cells, stimulates circulation, and helps open and clear out clogged pores. Apples are also rich in antioxidants and other beneficial phytonutrients that help repair free radical damage, brighten skin tone, and accelerate cell turnover and collagen renewal. See the full Fruit Peel collection here.
Double Trouble Pomegranate Acai Peel (20%)
Pomegranate fruit extract infuses the skin with antioxidant protection, while Acai, which is rich in essential fatty acids, softens the skin.
At home or professional Chemical peel?
Over the counter chemical peels are now available for you to purchase. They have lower concentrations of acid and tend to be less potent than in-office options. This means that they may not be as effective but can still be a good option. Have a look at some of the acids we offer here. If you would rather have a chemical peel performed by a medical professional, you can rely on better results. A professional can also use stronger concentrations and guide the process to achieve the best results.
What are the different types of chemical peels?
There are a large variety of chemical peels all in various strengths and effects. They mostly have the same goal, however. That goal being removing the dead skin cells and allowing fresh skin to shine. The different types of peels include:
- Glycolic Peel. The glycolic peel has the smallest molecular size and penetrates the deepest. ...
- Lactic Peel.
- Beta Peel
- Vitalize Peel.
- Pigment Balancing Peel.
- TCA Peel for Actinic Keratosis.
What chemical peel is right for you?