Chemical Peel Before and After Pics

Jen Haskins

A chemical peel is an extremely important procedure for maintaining a healthy skin. It is also one of the most effective treatments for many common skin problems such as correcting uneven tone of the skin, getting rid of fine lines and wrinkles, reducing dark spots and ever fighting back an acne breakout. The most wonderful thing about chemical peels is that they can be used on any type of skin.

What is a Chemical Peel?

But unfortunately, many people fear chemical peels because of the word ‘chemical’ in it which ultimately leads them to believe that it has something to do with harsh chemicals that would leave side effects on their skin. Contrary to popular belief, chemical peels are the safest skin procedures out there. Although a chemical peel is effective, you can take a few steps to reap even more benefits out of your treatment. So before you go for your appointment to get a chemical peel, follow some crucial advice below for getting the most out of your money.

Side by side pics

Here is an example of what a chemical peel can look like. (Before and after.)

Get your skin in a good shape before going

Chemical peel will help you rid of many skin problems but sometimes it can leave wanting more. To increase the success rate of a chemical peel, make sure your skin is in top notch condition. Use moisturizers and other skin care products to bring it up to shape before getting into the final procedure.

Think of chemical peel as an exfoliation

A lot of people dread chemical peels because what it actually does is that it rips apart your skins outermost layer for your skin to develop a new healthier layer. Think of it as an exfoliation. If you don’t like the idea of your skin being flaked off, you can always speed things up by using peeling gels readily available. These add micronutrients to your skin so the skin can develop new layer as fast as possible.

Use a skin brightener

Before you head out to get a chemical peel, try using a skin brightener which suppresses melanin production right after the peel is completed. By using a brightener, you’ll ensure that your skin will not develop dark spots after the chemical peel procedure has been completed. Although it is uncommon, some people do report that dark spots can appear immediately after a chemical peel. With a brightener used two weeks before the chemical peel, you can stop this from happening.

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Jen Haskins

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Jen Haskins is a skin care buff who enjoys reviewing products, picking apart theories, and finding the next DIY Skin Care Hacks she can make in her kitchen.

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