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Your Guide To Buying a Chemical Peel

By Yehudah Posnick

    Whether you are a teenager battling with acne pimples, a person with darker skin who has discoloration from sun exposure, or someone trying to look more youthful, there are chemical peels that can help. A chemical peel essentially removes the top layer of damaged skin, letting the skin layers underneath rejuvenate and replenish themselves. There are varying grades of chemical peels, depending on how serious a treatment you require--for example, if you have suffered scarring, or want to remove tattoos. There are alpha peels, beta peels, combinations of alpha and beta, and Jessner peels. (There are more serious peels which should only be administered by a trained dermatologist or aesthetician.)

     

    We've put together this guide to help you select the best chemical peel that answers to your needs. It'll help you:

     
    • Choose the right type of chemical peel,

    • See useful tips about that type of chemical peel,    

    • Read reviews of different brands of chemical peel, and what customers are saying,

    • Select the right brand of chemical peel, and

    • Compare prices and find the best deals.

    • Alpha-hydroxy acid peels--These are the most mild, since they only operate on the surface of the skin. They employ acids that are naturally found in sugar cane and fermented milk (lactic acid); some treatments can add fruit acids, as from grape peels. You’ll see this in treatments for wrinkles, dry skin, uneven pigmentation, acne. One of the major ingredients is glycolic acid, which is derived from sugar cane. A 10% solution of glycolic acid is employed in skin moisturisers, while a 50% solution is used in chemical peels. It is used as an agent that penetrates deeply into the skin. It dissolves the top layers of dead cells and allows them to fall off. It also stimulates the skin underneath to produce collagen, which makes the skin smoother, removing scars and wrinkles.

    • Beta-hydroxy acid peels--These use salicylic acids (i.e., they are aspirin-based). These penetrate somewhat deeper, and are found to be effective against acne and some of the scarring effects from acne. These peels remove dead skin cells and control sebum, which is the skin’s secretion which can cause acne.

    • Alpha-Beta combinations: A combination of the Alpha and Beta-hydroxy acid peels are employed to remove excess oil, treating fine lines and spots, and increasing the glow in skin.

    • Jessner’s peels: This was devised by DMax Jessner, a German dermatologist. It uses a mix of salicylic acid and lactic acid. It is recommended for wrinkles, skin discoloration, and reducing pore size. They are not recommended for people with sensitive skin, people with eczema or psoriasis or chronic skin disorders or dermatitis.

    • TCA Chemical Peel--TCA is Trichloroacetic acid. It is very powerful, and causes the skin to peel for an extended period, over the course of several days. The skin underneath has a smoother texture and its hue is more even. But the skin is noticeably red for a couple of days after application.  

    Based on all the consumers' reviews we've scanned, these are the top things they mentioned about their new stuff:

    • Flaking versus peeling: The over-the-counter products are really to induce flaking of the top layers of skin, rather than peeling (that would be more the purpose of serious chemical peels that aestheticians would employ). For example, users of the Divine Derriere Glycolic Acid 40% Skin Peel at first experienced that the skin gets the texture of fine sandpaper. Later, as the top layer slough off, there is a tingling and itching sensation. As you repeat the treatment, the skin starts to gain a natural smoothness.

    • Applying a neutralizer: People who used the OZNaturals Face Peel with 50% Glycolic Acid first experienced a tingling and burning sensation. Within 3 minutes of application, they applied a baking soda solution, which neutralized the chemical peel. At first, the skin was very pink, but afterwards, they noticed an improvement in the size of the pores, and a more glowing skin.

    • What to avoid in doing a chemical peel: Chemical peels should be performed by a professional in the following situations:

      • If you have dark skin--a mistake in performing a chemical peel can result in uneven coloration.

      • If the acid solution is > 8%. A mistake in the application can result in a long recuperative process.

      • If you’re presently taking acne medication--you shouldn’t perform a peeling yourself.

      • Avoid sun exposure 6 weeks before and 6 weeks after. It’s therefore recommended to perform a chemical peel in the winter months, when the sun is less intense. It’s also recommended to use a sunscreen as well.

      • If you have had cold sores, it’s not recommended to do a peel yourself. You may have an eruption of cold sores, and it will be more noticeable.

    • Vitamin C: Dermatologists have noticed that Vitamin C can work as an antioxidant, to reverse the effects of aging on the skin, as well as brightening the skin. It also treats enlarged pores, and relieves acne symptoms.

    • Neutralizer: Since chemical peels are typically acidic, there are also neutralizers that are meant to stop the action of the peel, so that it doesn’t penetrate further. Some employ baking soda, but other neutralizers, such as the Retin Glow Vitamin C and Kojic Acid Peel with After Peel Neutralizer will use aloe vera, green tea and chamomile.

    Perfect Image--started in 2004 in Reno, Nevada, as makers of specialized beauty products for skin care and hair care. They make chemical peel pads, applicators, exfoliating lotions, gel peels for consumer and professional use, cleansers, and more.

    OZ Naturals--was founded by Angela Irish, and has its headquarters in West Palm Beach, Florida. They strive to use the best natural and active ingredients  in their formulas for facial cleaners, exfoliants, toners, masks, serums, moisturizers, eye treatments, sunscreens and more.

    Skin Obsession--are makers of chemical peels, toners, moisturizers, acne treatments, microdermabrasion, anti-aging serums, masks, and more. They have products engineered for each skin type. They were founded in 2010 and have their headquarters in Tucson, Arizona.

    LeWilnet--are makers of glycolic skin peel kits, anti-aging masques, microdermabrasion cream, collagen anti-aging supplements, skin peel kits, and more.

     


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