If you're experiencing skin that had wrinkles and lines dark spots or acne scarring, sun damage as well as post-acne hyperpigmentation you might consider getting a chemical peel to get rid of those imperfections. A chemical peel is able to virtually remove skin imperfections by penetrating the skin's surface to remove those damaged, discolored cells of the skin.
The benefits of peel can permit new skin cell creation by causing peeling and by sloughing away damaged cells and revealing the healthy skin that is unblemished and healthy underneath.
Chemical peels can reduce wrinkles, reduce facial discolorations, diminish acne scars, and can even remove lesions that are pre-cancerous. Chemical peels are expensive when done in a dermatologist's office, and much more expensive when performed in a spa for skin treatment by an authorized skin care professional.
If you're not a dermatologist do not purchase the strongest and most deep peel that is available. Start slowly by using the most gentle peel possible. A Lactic peel is an excellent peel for people who are first starting out since it is the gentlest and needs minimal or no recovery.
You should wait between one and at least two weeks after each treatment. As you get more familiar, you'll know precisely what you're doing and what your skin's reactions will be. Make sure to take your time and be patient. Optimal results from any chemical peel can be achieved after having been done it several times.