Chemical Peel at home introduction
One of the most important yet often overlooked routines in skincare is proper exfoliation. Chemical peel at home exfoliates the dead skin cells and rejuvenates your skin to give you a radiant look.
Chemical Peel at home ingredients
At-home chemical peel products have:
+ Glycolic Acid Polymer to exfoliate and soften skin, thus promoting skin renewal. It also helps in reducing the uneven skintone and improving overall skin texture.
+ Lavender oil to soothe and moisturize the skin.
+ Glucosamine to hydrate and strengthen the skin.
+ Fructooligosaccharides aka beet sugar to improve hydration and moisture, thus making skin appear clear and healthy.
How Chemical Peel at home works?
Normally, the outer layers of our skin are tightly packed with dead skin cells that are bonded together. Usage of glycolic acid present in our at home chemical peel products helps to loosen these bonds. With their bonding dissolved, rough outer layers that are made of dead skin cells easily peel off and fresh, new skin that's soft and radiant, without blemishes and discoloration is opened up.
How is Chemical peel at home different from others?
The acid peel at home products are not as expensive or as time consuming as professional chemical peels that are used in derma salon beauty treatments. Chemical peel at home also has lower concentrations of the acids, thus making it safe to be included as part of daily or weekly skincare routine.
Risks of Chemical peel at home?
While these products aren't as strong as their in-clinic counterparts, based on strength, intensity, and skin sensitivity the acid peels may cause irritation or rashes if used extensively. Therefore, always choose the right product for you, do a patch test, and use it in moderation.
Benefits of Chemical peel at home?
The benefits of using the best home chemical peels are that they reduce hyperpigmentation and dark spots significantly, removes fine lines and wrinkles, and rejuvenates the skin providing a radiant shine.
How we can safely do Chemical peel at home?
At-home chemical peels can be used weekly or monthly, depending on the strength of the peel and your needs. Do a patch test on your hand before using the peel for the first time. Always cleanse the area before using the peel, and moisturize after using the peel. Use the peel as a part of your nighttime skincare regime, but if you have to use it in the day, make sure you apply lots of sunscreen after.