How does it help to renew the skin’s appearance? And how to select the right peel?

Peelingdoesn’t necessarily mean visible peeling. In fact, peeling can be done without anyone even noticing 🙂 But one process occurs with every peel, with or without visible peeling: dead skin cells are removed from the outermost layers.

Our skin regenerates all the time, from the womb, infancy and childhood, and right up to old age. The skin cells in the deepest layers divide, and some rise up to the outermost layer. There, in the corneal layer, they are already dead cells, whose main role is to protect the skin. Every day, dead skin cells are shed naturally from the corneal layer, and simultaneously new cells are formed deep within the skin. This is a cyclical process. In young skin, dead cells are shed normally. However, as we age, dead skin cells are not shed as efficiently and tend to “pile up”, resulting in a dull and lackluster complexion.

Cosmetic exfoliators help to remove these layers of cells, which no longer benefit the skin. Removing these cells exposes skin that is more beautiful, radiant, and vital. Cell removal is also a healthy process for the skin. It encourages the skin to function better, maintain moisture well, improve spots and even skin tone, and a more youthful appearance overall.

The skincare clinics offer a variety of peeling agents. Peels for use at the clinic, exfoliators for at-home use, more comprehensive peels, and milder and more superficial peels.
A wide variety of types, to match the diversity of clients. Is peeling an expensive process? Some peels are not expensive at all and they still produce visible results. There are also gentle or more aggressive peels – for at-home use. Important to know: Selecting a peeling agent without professional guidance may end in unpleasant results: the development of spots, burns, side effects, and disappointment from the results – no change in the skin. Professional knowledge is the first step in achieving a change in your skin. Your cosmetologist knows your skin, understands how to renew it, and also monitor the outcome.

How to select the right peel for our skin?
The answer depends on several factors:

  • The client’s age
  • The client’s skin tone
  • Season of the year
  • Sun exposure habits
  • Health status and genetic characteristics
  • The client’s expectations
  • compliance with the practitioner’s instructions
  • Medication she takes
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